Family Circle Eat What You Love and Lose: Quick and Easy Diet Secrets from Our Test Kitchen

Family Circle Eat What You Love and Lose: Quick and Easy Diet Secrets from Our Test Kitchen

by Peggy Katalinich, Susan McQuillan
     
 

From one of the world's biggest–selling women's magazines (4.6 million), an inspiring diet/cookbook featuring a simple 14–day plan and 225 easy, delicious low–calorie recipes.

What happens when six dedicated foodies who are paid to eat need to lose weight? With the help of nutritionist Susan McQuillan, the test kitchen team went on a

Overview

From one of the world's biggest–selling women's magazines (4.6 million), an inspiring diet/cookbook featuring a simple 14–day plan and 225 easy, delicious low–calorie recipes.

What happens when six dedicated foodies who are paid to eat need to lose weight? With the help of nutritionist Susan McQuillan, the test kitchen team went on a 15–week diet. The results were amazing: every single team member met or exceeded his or her weight–loss goal. Now, in this encouraging book, you'll benefit from the experience and wisdom gained on this quest, You'll identify, too, with the very human food desires that any dieter has to contend with. Because the plan is so flexible, it's easy to follow. And because the recipes are so delicious, you'll never feel deprived. Throughout it all, the test kitchen team never abandoned their mission: producing easy, quick, satisfying, family–pleasing dishes – just with reduced calories and fat in appropriate portions. You'll enjoy Pork Adobo, Spicy Beef in Lettuce Rolls, Teriyaki Turkey Burgers, Curried Salmon, and Pasta with Tomatoes and Smoked Mozzarella, among other appealing meals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780060564629
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
03/27/2003
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
7.37(w) x 9.12(h) x 0.84(d)

Meet the Author

Peggy Katalinich, food director of Family Circle, began covering food and nutrition issues in 1974, first as the food editor of the Minneapolis Star and later as food editor of Long Island’s Newsday. In 1994, she was appointed food editor of Family Circle, the world’s largest-selling women’s magazine with a circulation of 4.6 million, overseeing the staff that creates and triple-tests hundreds of recipes each year in the magazine’s kitchens. She has edited three cookbooks for Family Circle: All-time Favorite Recipes, Quick & Easy Recipes, and Best-Ever Cakes & Cookies. Her column, “Cooking Know-How,” advises cooks on contemporary topics from meals in minutes to vegetarianism and suggests the best from new products, gadgets, and food. She also wrote Foods of Long Island (Abrams), a collection of regional recipes that was named “Best Regional Cookbook” in 1986 by the IACP. In 1997, she was named food editor of year by the James Beard Foundation.

Susan McQuillan, M.S., R.D., author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Losing Weight, is a food and nutrition consultant in New York City. She is a former senior editor for American Health magazine and Reader’s Digest cookbooks (and former Family Circle “foodie”). Her articles and recipes have appeared in Family Circle, Woman’s Day, Cooking Light, Prevention, Fitness, Women’s Sports & Fitness, Parenting, BabyTalk, and Shape Cooks magazines, and on Lifetimetv.com and Clubmom.com web sites. She has co-authored two low-fat cookbooks and made several national television appearances to discuss nutrition and weight control.

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