The Simple Art of EatingWell Cookbook

The Simple Art of EatingWell Cookbook

400 Easy Recipes, Tips and Techniques for Delicious, Healthy Meals

By Jessie Price; The Eatingwell Test Kitchen; Ken Burris (Photographer)

Countryman Press, Hardcover, 9780881509359, 510pp.

Publication Date: December 6, 2010

The Simple Art of EatingWell contains all the basics of healthy cooking from how to stock your pantry and which kitchen tools you really need to how to choose, cook, and preserve the healthiest, freshest foods. Step-by-step techniques show you healthier ways to cook, including how to oven-fry favorite deep-fried foods like onion rings; how to make a lighter, healthier pie crust; make-at-home tacos, freezer pops, fat-free cookies; and many more. Recipes have notes and tips on how they were made healthier for instance, when and how to substitute whole grain for white flour or how to use canola oil in place of butter Step-by-step technique guides with photo More than 400 recipes, from soups and salads to main dishes and dessert 200 full-color photos throughou Quick-cooking guides for seasonal fruits and vegetable Kitchen essentials: the best tools and gadgets for your healthy kitche Pantry list: what to stock for a healthy pantr The Simple Art of EatingWell is a Finalist for a 2011 James Beard Foundation Award in Healthy Focus.

About the Author
Launched in 2002, EatingWell is a leading source of delicious, healthy recipes, science-based nutrition advice and inspiring articles about food and where it comes from. EatingWell's core mission is to make healthy eating a joyful way of life. The magazine has a rate base of 1 million readers. Over the last 12 years, EatingWell has earned dozens of awards for journalistic excellence, including 10 James Beard Foundation Awards and 8 Bert Greene Awards from IACP. Seven past EatingWell cookbooks have won or been nominated for James Beard book awards.