The Gourmet Express Reversible Diet: Fast & Easy Recipes with an International Flair

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Trafford Publishing, Jan 26, 2011 - Cooking - 116 pages
Cook to impress as easy as 1-2-3. You don't need to eat bland, boring foods to be in good shape. These super-easy but deliciously flavorful recipes will let you enjoy the best of the 2 worlds!
 

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Contents

MAIN ENTREES
21
SIDE DISHES AND SALADS
61
DESSERTS
73
RECIPES FROMCAMEO GUESTS
81
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I'm by profession a Vocal Coach, Musical Producer and Songwriter and while studying music in Switzerland I took some courses in French and International Cuisine solely as a personal interest. My mother was known to be an outstanding cook herself among family and friends and as a young child growing up in my mainland (Puerto Rico) I would always find it exciting to sit in the kitchen counter when she was cooking absorbing her culinary flair which came so natural to her. The art of cooking has prevailed on both my mother and father's side of the family. My cousin, Vivien Ramos-Umpierre published a book in the 90's in Puerto Rico called "Simplemente Gourmet" (Simply Gourmet); and another cousin, Denisse Oller who presently from New York has a commercial blog called "A La Cocina con Denisse" (At the Kitchen with Denisse) and is a Nutritional Advisor. Being totally involved for the last 25 years in the world of music, I really didn't have much time, if any to cook with the passion and time required until due to an expected health condition I was basically forced to change my eating habits drastically and "voila" my culinary -creative juices started to flow. I managed to put together in this book a balance of deliciously sophisticated but healthy meals and weight maintenance all in one.

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