The Chez Eddy Living Heart Cookbook

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Simon & Schuster, 1991 - Coronary heart disease - 310 pages
Here, for the first time, are the innovative and delicious low-fat recipes that have made the Chez Eddy Restaurant in Houston, Texas, a leader in the development of heart-healthy cuisine, by the author of The Living Heart Diet. Using a variety of cooking techniques and imaginative fresh ingredients these recipes prove that we no longer have to sacrifice taste for the pleasures of health.

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THE CHEZ EDDY LIVING HEART COOKBOOK

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Chez Eddy is a Houston restaurant that serves a kind of nouvelle American Southwestern fare, as high-flying as marinated wild boar with plum-port wine sauce, as au courant as radicchio/arugula/jicama ... Read full review

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User Review  - DromJohn - LibraryThing

Apple Brownies, p. 287, like a dense apple cake, not the usual hospital food quality. Though we used eggs instead of egg substitute. Melon Sorbet, p. 272, ok, egg whites floated rather than folded. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Basics of HeartHealthy Cuisine
13
Basic Stocks and Sauces
25
Other Sauces
41
Appetizers
67
Soups
97
MainCourse Salads
119
Poultry
139
Shellfish
189
Meat
209
Game
229
Vegetables and Other Side Dishes
243
Desserts
265
SpecialOccasion Menus
291
Appendices
297
Copyright

Fish
159

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About the author (1991)

Gotto is the Dean of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and an internationally renowned authority on cardiovascular disease.

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