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EatingWell Comfort Foods Made Healthy: The Classic Makeover Cookbook by EatingWell Editors and Jessie Price

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  • Cookie icing

    • cjannace on November 01, 2015

      This worked perfectly for my sugar cookies. Definitely one of the best icings I've made.

  • New England clam chowder

    • cjannace on April 28, 2015

      Delicious! I used 1/4lb of slab bacon from our local butcher instead of the 4 slices and canola recommended by the recipe. I also had to sub fresh clam strips or even canned clam meat for frozen because my store had neither of the recommendations and ended up with slightly more than recommended. But this was a very filling, flavorful, and healthier version of one of my favorite dishes. I'll definitely be making this again.

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  • ISBN 10 088150887X
  • ISBN 13 9780881508871
  • Published Nov 01 2009
  • Format Hardcover
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Countryman Press Inc.
  • Imprint Countryman Press Inc.

Publishers Text

For 18 years, EatingWell magazine has been known for taking classic favorites and making them healthier, using simple steps, handy ingredients, and strict nutrition guidelines. Now, hundreds of healthy, easy recipes as well as cooking and shopping tips and nutrition advice are compiled in this exciting new cookbook.

For each of our makeovers, we provide nutritional analysis and tell you how we improved it compared with a classic version. For instance, our chicken-fried steak with gravy has nearly half the fat and one-third the calories of the classic version yet still tastes as rich and satisfying as the original.

With a fun tone, easy-to-follow instructions and quick and simple recipes, this cookbook is accessible to anyone. It is aimed at both the first-time cook as well as people who grew up cooking and now want to make their classic favorites healthier.

EatingWell Comfort Food Made Healthy includes:

  • Healthier techniques for frying and baking
  • How to get more vegetables into your meals
  • A "pantry-raid": a list of healthy staples you should swap into your pantry
  • Tips on picking the healthiest fats and oils.


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