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“Grain Mains is a recipe for a new way of eating--one that looks beyond seven-ounce steaks and boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Whether they're transforming the familiar (Ham and Corn Pudding, Oat and Amaranth Pancakes ) or demystifying the exotic (Lamb and Tritcale Tagine, Roasted Ratatouille with Job¹s Tears), Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough showcase the diversity and--more importantly--deliciousness of whole grains.” ―Dan Barber, author and chef at Blue Hill at Stone Barns
“I see a lot of cookbooks...But very few do what this one did, which was to make me rethink the way I shop and cook.” ―WeightWatchers.com
“A catalog of whole-grain main dish inspiration -- and not just with the recipes...We love this cookbook.” ―LAWeekly.com
“Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough transform cherished favorites into healthy whole-grain alternatives.” ―The Daily Meal
“When Grain Mains arrived on my desk, I couldn't wait to open it....The recipes make you want to get into the kitchen and cook..You'll see that healthy eating was never so delicious.” ―Diane Worthington, Seriously Simple, Tribune-syndicated columnist
“Learn to make whole grains the star of supper--or any meal--with Grain Mains by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough.” ―Better Home and Gardens
“Their writing is both informative, personal, and inflected with humor--all of which should make the topic more enjoyable to read about, and hopefully eat.” ―Epicurious.com
BRUCE WEINSTEIN and MARK SCARBROUGH are the creators of the bestselling Ultimate Cookbook series and have most recently published Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese (2011). They were nominated for a James Beard award in 2011. They live in Colebrook, CT.
Love the book. had borrowed it from the library, but had to have it for myself.Published 5 months ago by elaine s clarke
Excellent book! Recipes are inventive, healthy, and tasty.Published 14 months ago by Christina Kahn
Would not recommend wasting you money on this book. Not so great. Can't really say any of the recipes enticed me.Published on August 23, 2013 by Jennifer Drew
A good book if you know little about whole grains and want to try some. I'm a fairly experienced cook and cook with whole grains exclusively, so found it not very helpful - was... Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Jane M. Doyle
Good Lord, where's the qualified editor? The tech stuff is very informative but the writing sounds like daytime-TV 'girl' jibber-jabber. Is this thing self-published?Published on April 3, 2013 by dizzy5
Bought this as a gift for my housemate so I could benefit. Yumm. I've used all these grains but now I have great recipes and terrific ideas.Published on March 4, 2013 by Jamison L. Wallace
Too many ingredients and some that I don't keep in stock. Will donate the book to our book sale - maybe someone else will enjoy it.Published on February 27, 2013 by L. Lind