No one at the table will feel deprived eating Chicken Tetrazzini, Asian Flank Steak or Crème Caramel from [this book]. (Claudia Kousoulas Cookbook Digest 2007-03-00)
[Burkhard's recipes] show that a diagnosis of diabetes doesn't signal the end of flavorful nutritious food or mean eating boring food forever.... The easy-to-prepare recipes can be enjoyed by the whole family. (Ann Hattes Mature Living 2007-05-00)
The easy to prepare recipes can be enjoyed by the whole family. (Ann Hattes Senior papers across U.S. 2007-03-31)
May help rekindle the warm memories of years gone by with more than 250 recipes adjusted for the needs of the diabetic family. (Gainesville Sun 2006-10-25)
Diabetics don't have to give up eating foods they enjoy. The 225 recipes in this book have been altered for diabetics.... They taste very good and are healthy versions of popular comfort foods that everyone enjoys. (Phyllis Steinberg South Florida Sun-Sentinel 2006-11-08)
Having diabetes doesn't mean having to forego your favorite dishes or eating boring food forever. (National Examiner 2007-01-00)
All stuff that a diabetic can indulge in. And everyone else can, too. (Arizona Daily Star 2007-01-03)
About the Author
Johanna Burkhard is a freelance food consultant and recipe developer who contributes to a variety of magazines and appears regularly on television and radio. She lives in Toronto.
Barbara Selley is a registered dietitian, published author and cooking instructor. She lives in Toronto.