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Over the years, almost effortlessly, Martha has changed the way she cooks and eats. With unparalleled style and good sense, she has trimmed the fat and intensified the flavor of her favorite recipes to create meals that are unfailingly delicious, absolutely healthy, and strictly no-nonsense. A wonderfully filling frittata, flavored with sage, "enlightened" with egg whites, and paired with herb-infused garlicky stove-top potatoes, is a terrific low-fat, nutrient-rich meal to begin--or end--the day. Simple, yet no less special, sandwiches and incredible salads of brilliantly matched ingredients--seared tuna burgers splashed with soy sauce and swabbed with fiery wasabi mayonnaise, sugar snap peas mixed with whole mint leaves, and delicate shavings of baby golden beets tossed with fresh basil--reflect Martha's genius for casual yet sophisticated cooking.
Instead of concentrating on calorie counts, fat grams, and sodium content, Martha teaches how to eat well intuitively: how to make a variety of grains, fruits, and vegetables a delicious part of everyday eating; how to create menus that are supremely satisfying and nutritionally sound; even how to indulge a sweet tooth properly by enjoying small portions of such classic desserts as whisper-thin lemon tarts, ginger cookies, and fruit crisps. And her recipes come from all over the world, making healthy meals as exciting as they are fulfilling.
In her chapters of spring, summer, fall, and winter menus, Martha explains how to use simple low-fat cooking techniques to transform the freshest ingredients of each season into fabulous dishes. You'll find quick grills and sautés of such light delicacies as butterfish, softshell crabs, woodsy portobello mushrooms, and mangoes. There are high-heat roasts of winter root vegetables, succulent poussin, pomegranate-lacquered rack of venison, red snapper--even juicy plums. She uses flavor-raising steam for Brussels sprouts, baby spinach, and halibut packaged in grape leaves--and there's an easy stove-top smoked salmon, too.
This is inspiring food, presented as only Martha Stewart can. This book will change the way you think about healthy cooking--and what you create in your kitchen every day.
Martha Stewart presents a collection of brand-new recipes for the healthful foods that energize her every day. These 52 quick, easy menus represent the effortless style and practicality we have come to expect from Martha. The more than 175 sensibly lightened recipes--all exquisitely prepared and photographed--will change the way you think about healthy cooking and what you create in your kitchen every day.
Japanese Risotto Grilled Scallops with Spring Greens Roasted Root Vegetable Ragout Seared Beef and Oranges with Arugula Sage Egg-White Frittata Mussels and Baby Artichokes Barigoule Wine-Poached Chicken with Charmoula Poached Salmon Trout with Poppy Seed Vinaigrette Seared Tuna Burger with Wasabi Mayonnaise Farmstand Salad with Grilled Turkey Sausage Vegetable Handrolls
Posted February 6, 2002
Posted August 4, 2000
As a single adult, I am constantly searching for precisely this type of manual, and indeed, it is a manual for flavorful, quick meals. It is divided by season, which is very helpful: I buy produce from local farmers and this format simplifies meal planning and provides inspiration for the coming months. I have made several of these recipes and they work (the citrus vinaigrette has become a staple). As with all of the work that comes from her studios, the concise instructions, comfortable editiorial tone, excellent art direction, and beautiful photography make this a permanent kitchen island companion. I highly recommend this book for those who wish to simplify their approach to cooking: Stewart includes several Japanese inspired meals that will delight and inspire.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.