Down-Home Wholesome: 300 Low-Fat Recipes from a New Soul Kitchenby Danella Carter
Imagine�roasted chicken with cornbread stuffing, macaroni and cheese, and pecan pie�without the fat and cholesterol these dishes usually contain. Sound too good to be true? This new and innovative cookbook conquers the seemingly impossible, trimming the fat, sugar, and salt from popular soul recipes and offering a sparkling variety of taste alternatives to traditional dishes. Replacing salt pork, bacon grease, and lard with smoked turkey, fresh herbs, sizzling pepper bases, and aromatics like fresh ginger, lemon peel, and chili peppers, food journalist Danella Carter reinvents this classic cuisine without sacraficing taste. Her emphasis on foods that are already low in fat�leafy greens, cornbread, buttermilk�provides a satisfying, simple transition from Old Soul to New Soul. Free of red meat and pork, Down Home detailed case study for each type of adolescent, as well as dialogues parents can use to talk to their teens, The Essential Guide To The New Adolescence provides all the information parents need to help their kids navigate their way through adolescence.
- Penguin Publishing Group
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- 7.34(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.85(d)
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I think Ms. Carter is a very brilliant writer,I have never read a cookbook that allowed me to cook my favorite kinds of food and know that it's also healthy.I also enjoyed reading about her childhood memories about our Grandfather's Sunday breakfast, and Nana's Graham Cracker Custard Pies.If only all her readers could've experience what we experience you will see where she gets it from.