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Weight Watchers What to Cook Now: 300 Recipes for Every Kitchen by Weight Watchers

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  • ISBN 10 1250044545
  • ISBN 13 9781250044549
  • Published Dec 24 2013
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 432
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher St. Martin's Griffin
  • Imprint St. Martin's Griffin

Publishers Text

As the food world has changed so has the way we think about eating and cooking. Whether you're a novice or seasoned cook, this complete guide on cooking the Weight Watchers way—that is, satisfying, healthy fare—will supply you with all the tools you need for getting flavorful meals on the table without spending hours in the kitchen. An all-encompassing compendium that includes more than three hundred recipes—everything from speedy weeknight dinners, weekend big-batch fare, basic "foundation" recipes (think stocks and sauces done easy!) or meals and menus ideal for entertaining--this cookbook also includes the latest techniques and tools that real cooks will use again and again. In addition to recipes, there is a Weight Watchers New Basics section that includes the new thinking on mandatory kitchen tools that are user friendly (like an immersion blender or handheld grater), not laborious (think food processor); the well-stocked, healthy pantries that focus on packaged and frozen foods that provide the maximum punch (like intensely flavored pastes such as pesto and herbs or anchovy); the latest thinking on food safety, as well as a complete produce primer for helping the healthy cook choose and prepare veggie-and-fruit based dishes; and much more…

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