A natural remedy for monotonous meals. In ancient times herbs werethought to heal and perform other wonders. While their magic powersmay be just folklore, herbs do provide health benefits--likeregulating blood sugar and appetite and raising levels of "good"(HDL) cholesterol. But the real magic of herbs lies in thedistinctive flavors they add to foods. They transform low-fat,low-salt meals from, dull to delicious. Magic Herbs is a collectionof over 200 recipes that make it easy to spice up your diet, usingmore than 50 types of herbs in savory dishes that are naturallylow-fat and fat-free. Mouthwatering creations include:* Arugula and Turkey Stuffed Mushrooms* Dill Weed and Thyme Whole Wheat Herb Bread* Grilled Porterhouse Steaks and Basil Tomatoes* Bay Leaf and Cayenne Shrimp Creole* Nutmeg Orange Marinated Chicken* Easy Chive and Garlic Twice-Baked Potatoes* Cinnamon Pumpkin Torte* Bergamot Strawberry Iced TeaEach easy-to-make recipe provides preparation time and completenutrition analysis and exchange information. This unique book alsofeatures a "dictionary" of herbs, tips on growing and drying yourown, and suggestions for using herbs in decorating and gift-giving.
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About the Author
Julie Metcalf Cull, R.D., is a consultant dietitian and president of Northeast lowa Dietitians. She is also the author of the Quality Time Family Cookbook (Chronimed). In addition, Ms. Cull is the proprietor of the Parson's Inn bed and breakfast in Glen Haven, Wisconsin. This book is specially bound to stay flat while using.
Table of ContentsThe Magic of Herbs.Speaking "Herbese."At Home with Herbs.Your Herbal Journey Begins.Appetizers and Snacks.Breads and Spreads.Soups and Sauces.Vinegars and Salads.Beef, Pork, and Game.Seafood, Tofu, Poultry, and Eggs.Potatoes, Rice, and Pasta.Vegetables.Desserts and Toppings.Tea and Other Beverages.Bibliography.Index.