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Meals On The Move : Rush Hour Recipes (Trim & Terrific) Plastic Comb – February 15, 2000
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The front of the book has "Mix and Match Menus". For several given categories of menu types (Italian, Casual, Greek, Mexican, etc.) there are suggested Starters, Main Dishes, Sides, Salads & Breads, and Desserts so it is easy to plan a complete meal of complementary dishes easily.
Extras include a comb style binding so the book will lie flat when used, notation for several recipes on how to alter the recipe to make it even more healthy, nutritional facts, and Tips and Tricks.
Some absolutely fantastic choices include Spinach and Tomato Crustless Quiche, Mushroom Barley soup, and Potato Pizza (an excellent heat and eat breakfast too if any is left over).
A fantastic recipe book that should be in everyone's kitchen in today's hectic world. A highly recommended buy.
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This cookbook and two others were recommened by my cardio therapist who told me that Holly Clegg's recipes tasted good and that's one thing I was looking for. Read morePublished on November 4, 2013 by Sammie MacFarlane
Great Service and love the cookbook! I am one happy customer. I would definately recommend this company to do business with.Published on December 22, 2012 by Denise Drago
Meals On The Move: Rush Hour Recipes offers delightful, nutritious, and "kitchen friendly" recipes for quick to prepare recipes that will satisfy any appetite and please... Read morePublished on June 6, 2002 by Midwest Book Review
Our 39 year old daughter was ordered to stick to a high-fiber, low cholesterol diet, because of colon polyps. Read morePublished on May 9, 2001