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Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook, 4th Edition: Over 500 Delicious Recipes for the Healthy Cook's Kitchen by Weight Watchers

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  • robm on November 12, 2011

    You don't need to be in Weight Watchers to enjoy this book. It has a lot of surprisingly tasty recipes, ranging from comfort food to international favorites, all slimmed down and with a nutritional breakdown.

Notes about Recipes in this book

  • Cuban-style rice and beans

    • Delys77 on February 06, 2015

      A bit boring and cooking times were off. Not a great side.

  • German potato salad

    • cjannace on November 01, 2014

      Delicious! Enjoyed by all at our "Oktoberween" fest. I used a whole small green pepper instead of a 1/2 green pepper, but that only added to the taste.

  • Avgolemono chicken soup

    • cjannace on October 07, 2015

      Avgolemono is easily one of my favorite soups and this is a great recipe for it. Definitely worth making when you need a nice warm bowl of soup.

  • Stir-fried pork with bok choy and ginger

    • cjannace on June 01, 2015

      This was tasty, but I would say that brown rice (or couscous or other grain) is a requirement not a suggestion. By the time the pork & bok choy cooked down, dividing this into 4 portions made for quite a small portion of food with a lot of sauce. When combined with some rice though, this was a very tasty dinner.

  • Skillet chicken paprika

    • cjannace on May 24, 2016

      I liked this, but my boyfriend was less impressed. It did not remind him of the chicken paprika that he has eaten growing up, mainly because of the tomatoes. My biggest complaint was that one serving was not quite enough. While I acknowledge that I was very hungry that day, I needed two servings of the chicken to really make this a full meal for me.

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  • ISBN 10 1118044282
  • ISBN 13 9781118044285
  • Published Dec 08 2010
  • Language English
  • Edition 4th edition
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher John Wiley & Sons

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