Secrets of a Skinny Chef: 100 Decadent, Guilt-Free Recipes: A Cookbook

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Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, May 16, 2010 - Cooking - 224 pages
With recipes that deliver great taste without adding inches to the hips, Secrets of a Skinny Chef shows you how to indulge your comfort-food cravings without the guilt. In this collection of 100 recipes, America's favorites get the "Skinny" treatment with scrumptious offerings such as Maple Apple Waffles for breakfast and 7-Minute Salmon and Scalloped Sweet Potatoes for dinner. Even for those who are dieting, desserts such as Tiramisu Parfait and Crustless Apple Pie stay on the menu.

Iserloh understands that life's demands mean one can't always cook dinner, so to help readers fend for themselves in the real world, she provides simple swap-outs and cheat sheets.
 

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About the author (2010)

Jennifer Iserloh, a professionally trained chef and certified yoga teacher, believes that the essence of good health springs from your own kitchen. You can eat the foods you love by cooking them in the healthiest way to satisfy both body and soul.

She continues to share her recipes and healthy living tips in print publications such as Self magazine, Prevention, and First for Women, on radio, and on television on programs like the Today show, CBS, and NBC.

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