Forget starving yourself. Forget grapefruit diets,no-carb diets, and cabbage soup diets. A healthy body needs real food, and none of those fad diets work for very long anyway. Instead, what if you could stay trim without giving up the foods you love? What if you could lose weight and get in shape in your own kitchen while you eat delicious, real food?
In You Can Trust a Skinny Cook, Allison Fishman, a healthy cooking authority, shows you just how easy it is to stay slim and healthy without giving up the good things in life.
This is a cookbook about being healthy, happy, and looking your bestall while being able to eat the foods you love. It starts with preparing your own meals. Cooking for yourself is more than just a healthier and cheaper option than eating out; it's also a great way to stay active as you lift, stretch, reach, and move. You can fill your kitchen with flavorful, nutritious food, and when dinner's ready, you've already earned it.
Why give up what you love? You Can Trust a Skinny Cook shows you how to have fun and stay active,live life to the fullest, and eat all the foods you really love without guilt or fear. These recipes have nothing in common with tasteless rice cakes or watery cabbage soups. You'll find main dishes to die for like Sage-Roasted Turkey with Apples and Onions, sides that truly satisfy like Roasted Baby Potatoes with Caramelized Garlic, tasty breakfast treats like Banana- Blueberry Bread, and decadently delicious desserts like Flourless Chocolate Cake.
With "Kitchen Tips" that trim down your cooking time and "Skinny Tips" that cut out the calories without cutting out the flavor, You Can Trust a Skinny Cook makes eating healthy both simple and simply delicious. Living a full and happy life means being able to eat the foods you truly love, and there's no reason you can't do that and look your best. You can't deprive yourself and expect to be happyso don't! Get cooking and get healthy at the same time with Allison Fishman.
I think the book is interesting, I was thinking about making some of the recipes when I realized I wasn't following the instructions. Why? Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Keefe
Allison Fishman's cookbook is filled with food I'm actually interested in eating. I enjoy cookbooks and cooking; I'm happy if one-third of the recipes in a cookbook are useful... Read morePublished 3 months ago by H82W8
Such a great cookbook. I don't feel like I'm sacrificing flavor! There is something in this cookbook for every taste, every meal, every craving. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kelcey
Love it! Love Ellie Krieger and Cooking Light and she has ties to both. Everything I've tried from the cookbook has been delicious - crispybread with avocado and egg, apple parsnip... Read morePublished 4 months ago by baileycat
I love this cook book. Have already made five recipes from it and they were all very good. Love the Chicken Diablo. It is so easy and delicious!Published 7 months ago by Michelle Liset
I bought the digital version of this book on a whim and I LOVE IT. I have only tried 2 recipes out of it so far but I have read the entire book and plan to try many more!Published 9 months ago by Jessica A Bius
I refer to this cook book a lot!!!!! This is a thoughtful cook book. A lot of cookbooks contain "filler" as in they just threw in some half wit recipes to have enough... Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Lynch III
I'm hooked on all these ladies from the Cook Yourself Thin Series on Lifetime. I absolutely love that they give you cooking tips, how and whys on everything you could imagine. Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. Boyes