From the Back Cover
Fad diets. Crash diets. Get-thin-quick schemes. Let’s face itnone of these really works. What you weigh is as simple as this: calories in, calories out. If you’ve ever cringed at the thought of counting calories, but know you should count, this clear, step-by-step cookbook is just what you need. Based on a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet, Knack Calorie Counter Cookbook features 350 easy, tasty, mix-and-match recipes that make it easier than ever to map out meals for a day, a week, or a monthrecipes for every occasion, from super suppers to sensible (but still super) snacks.
475 full-color photos
100 recipes & 250 variations
Snacks * Dressings & Dips * Eggs * Granola * Muffins * Veggies * Salad * Pasta * Poultry * Pork * Beef * Fish Soups * Tacos & Burritos * Chocolate * Smoothies * Sorbet
About the Author
Chantal Martineau is a Montreal native now based in New York who writes about wine, spirits, food, travel and culture. Her writing (sometimes accompanied by her own photography) has been published in Saveur, Afar, The Atlantic, Redbook, Islands, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Walrus, The Globe and Mail and more. She appeared in the Travel Channel's Confessions of a Travel Writer and is the author of How the Gringos Stole Tequila: The Modern Age of Mexico's Most Traditional Spirit. Visit her website at chantalmartineau.com.
Jean Kostak, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator. She is the program coordinator for the Diabetes Education Program at the University of Connecticut Health Center.
Jackie Alpers is the photographer of Knack Low-Salt Cooking and Knack Mexican Cooking. She is a recipient of many international photography awards for her personal, editorial and commercial work. She has provided photography for major book publishers, Canyon Ranch, NBC/Universal, Epicurious.com, U.S.News and World Report, American Airlines and the White House. Visit her web site at jackiealpers.com.