Art Smith, the award-winning, personal chef to Oprah Winfrey, returns to the kitchen with Art Smith’s Healthy Comfort, a collection of 150 original, delicious recipes that will help you lose weight.
Over 100 pounds overweight and facing a personal health crisis that included diagnoses for diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, Smith started to exercise and made changes to his diet while continuing to prepare scrumptious meals.
For the first time, he shares his weight-loss secrets and the recipes that helped him keep off the pounds. Filled with stunning full-color photos and easy-to-follow directions, Art Smith’s Healthy Comfort is a culinary pleasure that will put you on the path to a new, healthy lifestyle.
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About the Author
Art Smith, who was Oprah Winfrey's personal chef, owns several restaurants across the country, including Table Fifty-Two, Art and Soul, Southern Art, LYFE Kitchen, and Joanne Trattoria. He was a favorite on seasons one and four of Bravo's Top Chef Masters, has appeared on the cover of Parade magazine, and has been featured in Cooking Light magazine. He is a regular contributor to StandUp magazine, the proceeds of which benefit the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation, which raises awareness of the long-term, damaging effects of bullying. In 2003, he and Jesus Salgueiro founded a nonprofit organization, Common Threads, which is America's foremost after-school hands-on cooking program for low-income children to learn to cook wholesome and affordable meals.
Table of Contents
1 You Can Reclaim Your Health, Too! 1
2 How I Took the Plunge 9
3 Breakfast: Start the Day Right! 13
4 First Courses and Snacks 31
5 Soups 49
6 Salads 67
7 Vegetarian Main Courses 91
8 Fish and Seafood Main Courses 115
9 Meat and Poultry Main Courses 145
10 Vegetable Side Dishes 173
11 Party Day Foods: Treats Big and Small 197
A Note to My Readers 237
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love Art Smith and can hear his voice in my head as I read about the recipes. He takes some traditionally not so healthy recipes and healths them up. I'm really looking forward to trying some of them. On the downside, the picture section was not included with my version of the ebook and there were some issues with the ereader going from one section to another (though I'm not sure if this was a book problem or a reader problem). None of the recipes look particularly complicated, though a few may have ingredients most of us don't keep (but then, I've noticed that's common to most cookbooks). Looking forward to digging in!
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