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eBook Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking: For People Who Don't Have Time To Cook ePub

by Jeanne Jones

  • ISBN: 1579540929
  • Category: Special Diet
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Jeanne Jones
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rodale Books; First edition (February 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 368
  • ePub book: 1473 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1808 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 683

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Jeanne Jones is an internationally known leader in the field of light cuisine and the author of more than 30 cookbooks, including Canyon Ranch Cooking and Jeanne Jones' Homestyle Cooking Made Healthy.

Jeanne Jones is an internationally known leader in the field of light cuisine and the author of more than 30 cookbooks, including Canyon Ranch Cooking and Jeanne Jones' Homestyle Cooking Made Healthy. Called the "Dear Abby" of the food pages, her "Cook It Light" recipe makeover column reaches 30 million readers a week.

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Healthy Cooking : For People Who Don't Have Time to Cook. A sincere thank you to Jeanne Jones for creating such a tremendous cookbook as it's accomplished a feat none other, neither book nor human, could. What I love about the book is that all of the recipes are very easy to prepare, yet taste as good as or better than most high-fat recipes.

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Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking by Jeanne Jones, February 15, 1999, Rodale Books . For People Who Don't Have Time To Cook.

Are you sure you want to remove Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking from your list? Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking. Published February 15, 1999 by Rodale Books. People are always telling me they wished they had more time to cook so they could prepare healthier meals for themselves and their families.

Publisher: Emmaus, Pa. : Rodale Press, 1999. All Authors, Contributors: Jeanne Jones. Find more information about

Publisher: Emmaus, Pa. Quick and easy cooking. Low-fat diet - Recipes. Low-cholesterol diet - Recipes. Find more information about: Jeanne Jones. ISBN: 157954579540920.

The kind of cook who makes you want to eat vegetarian food even if you aren't vegetarian. Anna's skill is that she manages to make veggie food simple and super desirable, so even if you're a staunch meat-eater, you won't feel like you're missing out' Grazia. Keeping food consistently healthy and nourishing during a long working week can be tough.

1999, Jeanne Jones, Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking: For People Who Don't Have Time To Cook, page 7: Another very useful kitchen feature is a trash drawer. This is a tall drawer that can house a large trash container. 1981, House and Garden, Vol. 153, Issues 1-6, p. 44: And a big trash drawer down below for wastebasket loads.

I am Jeanne, from my blog site, A Jeanne in the Kitchen 'Tis that time of year when we coaches and teachers get all kinds of fabulous gifts from our students. My swimmers have been giving me some wonderful gifts.

I am Jeanne, from my blog site, A Jeanne in the Kitchen. You can find me at ajeanneinthekitchen. Tis that time of year when we coaches and teachers get all kinds of fabulous gifts from our students. The theme this year seems to be caffeine, chocolate and chlorine. They seem to know what coaches live on. We need all three of these things to keep us going. I got some really cool coffee mugs, one even personalized, gift cards to Starbucks and other great places, chocolat, and some DELICIOUS caramel popcorn that is to die for.

More from this seller: Homestyle Cooking by Jeanne Jones And now, thanks to internationally renowned food writer Jeanne Jones, Americans can have their cake and eat it too- Devil's Food Cake with Fudge.

More from this seller: Homestyle Cooking by Jeanne Jones. Must be the original book that was mailed to you and in the same condition as when it was sent to you. Purchase protection. And now, thanks to internationally renowned food writer Jeanne Jones, Americans can have their cake and eat it too- Devil's Food Cake with Fudge Frosting, that is. It's just one of more than 200 beloved comfort foods- from Deviled Eggs and Barbecued Beef Sandwiches to Creamy Potato Salad, Stuffed Pork Chops, and Cinnamon Sour Cream Coffee Cake- all "made over" to be significantly lower in calories, fat, and sodium without sacrificing any of the taste!

Healthy cooking has never been so quick or tasty! Choose, at a glance, what to make by how much time you have. Learn to organize your kitchen so that meal preparation will be a breeze. You'll find:* 200 really fast recipes-- many ready in 15 minutes* Supermarket shortcuts* The quick cook's kitchen* How to entertain in no time at all* In a Flash! tips to speed cooking even further* Spin Off adaptations that double the use of each recipe* 80 color photographs

Comments

Jeyn Jeyn
These recipes are very fast and healthy, just as the title implies. I will keep this in my collection and pull it out often.
Delirium Delirium
I was surprised how much my daughter loved this cookbook when she received it as a gift. This book is easy to approach and has tasty, healthy recipes organized by how long it takes to cook them. The food photos are a little dated but the recipes and ideas are excellent. A great cookbook for a young working single.
Banal Banal
Perfect
Shezokha Shezokha
Great tasting and simple to do. Easy to follow receipes and love the side commentary and the choices to use if you don't have an ingrediant.
Gtonydne Gtonydne
This is an outstanding example of a cookbook that accomplishes its stated purpose. These are excellent recipes which produce very agreeable and enjoyable dishes with a minimum of fuss. With each new recipe I keep thinking, "Well, THIS one isn't going to turn out be as good as the others
have...", but everything keeps coming together and turning out great. Working out of this book, I've had a 100% success rate - out of a dozen tries, I've turned out a dozen dishes I'd want to make again...and roommates, girlfriends and guests have all been quite pleased, so it's not just me.

Another argument in favor of this cookbook is that it is very reasonably priced. Collectors of high priced chef-oriented volumes (Thomas Keller, Daniel Bourdain, or even Tyler, Giada and their Food Network peers) will find it somewhat plain and lacking in presentation (it's nicely put together, but without a lot of fancy production or food photography)...but if you are just looking for a lot of "bang" for your cookbook dollar, this one delivers.

Two caveats - as a previous reviewer mentioned, although these recipes aren't especially exotic, neither are they oriented toward children who are picky eaters. In other words, some of the fancier dishes are not going to fly with the "mac'n'cheese and pizza" crowd. This is definitely adult oriented fare for the most part. And on the other hand, this isn't the fare you would cook to impress a first date - it's excellent stuff, but not especially exotic or impressive looking. That's why I called it a "compromise" in the review title. Save these recipes for friends, family and loved ones who just want something good on the table.

Although it isn't formatted to reach the single/couple cooking demographic, I still have come to prefer "Jeanne Jones' Healthy Cooking" over my previous favorite in that category, "Healthy Cooking For Two (or Just You) by Francine Price. Even though Price's book is nicely designed and has a brilliant format, this book simply has better recipes - each book takes a lot of "shortcuts" that simplify meal prep, but Jones' approach is both more meticulous and also more worth the effort. (And the leftovers are invariably devoured for lunch the next day.)
Mojind Mojind
....and I own a lot of cookbooks! Let's face it, who WANTS to cook healthy? When you put so much time, trouble, and expense into cooking what you hope are tasty meals, it's safe to assume that anything loaded with fat and calories will be a big hit. It's not such a sure bet when you're using low-fat this, and reduced-sodium that. But when my husband's doctor ordered him to switch to a low-cholesterol diet, I had to figure something out! I started looking through my many cookbooks, and came across this one by Jeanne Jones. I have to admit, I've had it for a while, and I never had used it much before now. But once I got to really looking at it, I thought, "Hey, these sound really good....like real food!" I went through the entire book and flagged all the recipes that sounded good to me...and when I was finished, there were a LOT of flags sticking out of the book! I made three of the recipes that first week, and my husband didn't even KNOW he was eating healthy! The Baked Quesadillas and Overnight Cheese Strata were every bit as tasty as any recipe using full-fat ingredients. The Tarragon Chicken and Pasta Bake drew rave reviews, and he even took the leftovers to work the next day to nuke for lunch. There's also a great recipe for Fettucine Alfredo, which as we all know, is "Heart Attack on a Plate" in it's original form. This one used fat-free cream cheese and skim milk. Who knew they could taste so good?
The only change I make to the recipes is to add a bit of salt. Since this is technically a "healthy" cookbook, not just low-fat, the author tends to skimp on salt. Since we don't need to do that, I go ahead a add just a bit, but if you are on a low-sodium diet, then the recipes would be just right for you. Next up on the menu....Chile Rellenos Casserole! Or will it be Ham & Cheese Calzone? Hmmmm.....
Kirimath Kirimath
This book was not at all what I expected. I was looking for fast and healthy meals to put in front of my family every night; and with the title being "...For People Who Don't Have Time To Cook", I assumed it was geared towards busy families. Unfortunately, the majority of the recipes are not kid-friendly. Dishes like Cider-Poached Salmon with Spiced Pear Sauce, Grilled Swordfish on Herbed Couscous with Vegetable Minestrone, and Middle Eastern Lamb Stew are not likely to please my brood. I sent this book back. 2 stars because the presentation of the book is nice, and I'm sure someone looking for fancy dishes like these would enjoy it.