"Rain or shine, my indoor electric grill is now working overtime—thanks to Grill Power
and its over 100 fun-filled, easy-to-follow, and healthy recipes. Holly Rudin-Braschi is more than the fabulous grill master, her approach to good health through nutrition is something that we all should follow."
—Martin Yan, host of PBS's Yan Can Cook
"I particularly loved the meat recipes, which came from all over the world and used a host of exciting and unusual flavors. And best of all, they have been easily adapted for use on an indoor electric grill."
—Bruce Aidells, co-author of The Complete Meat Cookbook
About the Author
Holly Rudin-Braschi has been a professional cooking instructor, certified health fitness and nutrition lecturer, as well as journalist for more than twenty years. Holly is also the creator of Feasting in the Fast Lane(r), a cooking and nutrition lecture series that shows Americans how to achieve their fitness potential through healthy eating and exercise. Holly has been a wellness presenter at many well-known companies, and she develops heart-healthy recipes for food manufacturers and distributors.
Holly is a contributing editor to Select Magazine and to the Mori-Nu Tofu Times. For a number of years, she penned a weekly column, "The Weekly Cook," for the San Jose Mercury News. As a freelance journalist, her articles on topics such as food, fitness, nutrition, and travel appear in magazines and newspapers nationwide and have been represented by the New York Times News Syndication Services.
She worked closely with famed television chef Martin Yan as his personal assistant during the 1990 taping of 28 "Yan Can Cook" shows which aired on PBS. She also appeared weekly on television in Austin, Texas, in a Feasting in the Fast Lane segment which she produced for KXAN-TV's "Saturday Firstcast." Holly holds current certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine, Aerobics and Fitness Association of America, Aquatic Exercise Association, and the American Council on Exercise. She has a Bachelors Degree from Vassar College, a Masters Degree from the Manhattan School of Music, and a German certification from Middlebury College in Vermont. In addition, she studied nutrition at California State University at Hayward.
Holly Rudin-Braschi currently lives in Northern California.