Grill Power: Everything You Need to Know to Make Delicious, Healthy Meals on Your Indoor Electric Grill

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 28, 2003 - Cooking - 288 pages
Grill Power is the first book devoted solely to cooking on indoor electric grills. Healthy, fast, delicious, and all-season, indoor electric grilling is a great and versatile way to cook.

Grill Power provides a wealth of information on the use and care of particular grills and more than fifty international menus totaling more than 125 healthy recipes. Each menu includes a step-by-step game plan that gets meals on the table fast, ingredient substitutions, recipe variations, timesaving tips, serving suggestions, a nutritional breakdown of each menu, and fascinating notes from the chef who wrote the book.

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Holly Rudin-Braschi has been a professional cooking instructor, certified health fitness and nutrition lecturer, as well as a journalist for more than twenty years. Holly is also the creator of Feasting in the Fast Lane, a cooking and nutrition lecture series that shows Americans how to achieve their fitness potential through healthy eating and exercise. Holly has been a wellness presenter at many well-known companies, and she develops heart-healthy recipes for food manufacturers and distributors.

Holly is a contributing editor to Select Magazine and the Mori-Nu Tofu Times. For a number of years, she penned a weekly column, “The Weekly Cook,” for the San Jose Mercury News. As a freelance journalist, her articles on topics such as food, fitness, nutrition, and travel appear in magazines and newspapers nationwide and have been represented by the New York Times News Syndication Services.

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