Eleven of my favorite healthy recipes that taste great with tips, including: Three-Bean Supreme, Roasted Vegetables, Chicken Enchiladas, Red Sauce You’ll Dream About, Garbanzo Bean Oatmeal Pizza Crust, Chicken Balls, Acorn Squash Delight, Flavorful Brown Rice, Salad! Salad! Salad!, The Easiest Way To Cook Chicken, and Foolproof Boiled Eggs.
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About the Author
Merri Hiatt grew up in a small town near Shasta Valley in Northern California. Upon moving to the Pacific Northwest in Washington state, Merri fell in love with the mountains, ocean, rain and lush greenery.
Merri credits her high school creative writing teacher with giving her the nudge to pursue writing.
BOOKS WRITTEN BY MERRI HIATT:
SEASONS OF LOVE SERIES: Summer Love, Autumn Love, Winter Love (Coming in 2012: Spring Love); CELEBRATING LOVE TRILOGY: 14 Love Letter Lane, 21 Romance Way, 28 Passion Boulevard; EMBRACING LOVE TRILOGY: When Love's at Work, When Love's at Home, When Love's at Play, When Love's on Vacation (Sequel one); MANGADARTH TRILOGY: Marayah's Return, City Reborn, My Mother's Eyes; Kat Burglar, a romance novella; Mama Lives in My Hair, a short story about life and death; Sarah and the Magic Beans, a short story about magic and hope; The Magical Christmas Cookies, a short story about hope; Puddle of Poetry (sixty-two poems from sassy to sensitive to serious); Food So Good, You'll Never Know It's Good For You, 11 Recipes and Tips; and Potato Chip Princess, a young adult short story. Visit Merri's website at merrihiatt.com
Merri states: "I am a lover of all emotions. They swim and spin around my head with abandon. What fun to let the words these feelings bring forth play along my tongue and whisper into the still of the night. When I capture them on paper, it is a joy and one of my favorite ways to spend time."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm a huge garlic lover, so loved these recipes, although I'm sure you could leave them out if you're not a garlic fan. I saw the one-star review and was intrigued by the idea of oatmeal on a pizza. As it turns out, the oatmeal isn't on the pizza, it's used to make the pizza crust (along with garbanzo beans). It was delicious and gave a very nutty flavor to the pizza (not oatmealy or beany). I even used it to make crackers. Yum!
YUM!!! Yup, these are easy, and ingredients are easily obtained and not to spendy. Great little recipe book for free!
Fairly good eats
I liked the idea but its things i could do without a good book im happy i didnt have to pay
There were only like two things that i would ever make. Some things are just appauling in this book. If you like oatmeal on pizza buy the book. If not DONT BUY IT. 1 star if that.