Donna L. Weihofen, RD, MS (Verona, WI), is a nutritionist and the author of The Cancer Survival Cookbook and Magic Spices.
JoAnne Robbins, PhD (Madison, WI), is founder of the University of Wisconsin's clinical Swallowing Service.
Paula A. Sullivan, MS, CCC-SLP (Madison, WI), is a speech pathologist who specializes in swallowing rehabilitation.
Easy-to-Swallow, Easy-to-Chew Cookbook: Over 150 Tasty and Nutritious Recipes for People Who Have Difficulty Swallowingby Donna L. Weihofen
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Millions of people are challenged with chewing and swallowing problems as they get older or if they have such diseases as Parkinson's, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and others. This is the only cookbook that focuses on foods that are easy to swallow, offering numerous tips and strategies to improve swallowing function and help you enjoy eating again. Written by three authorities in the field, Easy-to-Swallow, Easy-to-Chew Cookbook presents over 150 fabulous recipes that you and your friends and family will enjoy, whether or not swallowing is difficult. You'll have your choice of delicious appetizers such as Lemon Tuna Mousse and Oriental Shrimp Dip, and delectable main courses like Cinnamon Apricot Glazed Salmon and Sherried Beef Sirloin Tips. For the vegetarian, there are meatless meals such as Noodles Romanoff and Potato Vegetable Bake. A wide range of soups, side dishes, sauces, and spreads is included. And to make every meal extra enjoyable, there are plenty of desserts to choose from, such as Caramel Cheesecake, Lemon Pudding Cake, and Fudge Bottom Pie.
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