Item description for George Foreman's Knock-Out-the-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook by George Foreman & Cherie Calbom...
Overview A flavorful cookbook emphasizing low-fat, low-calorie dishes presents a wide range of barbecue and grilling recipes for tasty meats, fish, poultry, and vegetables. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Publishers Description For all his one-liners about big-time eating, George Foreman is a symbol of great food coupled with great nutrition. That his 45-year-old body has been able to endure boxing matches with fighters half his age is a tribute to hard work and careful nutrition--especially low-fat cooking. In his new, user-friendly cookbook, George explains how to prepare hearty, wonderful meals that won't stress the waistline. Illustrations.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 7.38" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date May 21, 1996
ISBN 0679771492 ISBN13 9780679771494 UPC 090129013951
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More About George Foreman & Cherie Calbom
George Foreman, once boxing's heavyweight champion of the world, is best known today as an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is a frequent speaker at nationwide events and a New York Times best selling author. George is an ordained minister and preaches twice a week in his church in Houston. He is the father of ten.
George Foreman currently resides in Kingwood, in the state of Texas. George Foreman was born in 1949.
Reviews - What do customers think about George Foreman's Knock-Out-the-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook?
misleading title Oct 24, 2005
For a book called 'Knock Out the Fat', it is amazing how many recipes are included that have high amounts of fat and calories. Do not buy this book for low fat recipes. Buy it for recipes to use on indoor grill.
Grilling Made Easy Sep 20, 2005
I am enjoying using the recipes and tips about grilling. The recipes are easy to prepare and can be cooked on any type of grill whether indoor or outdoor.
There is an excellent variety of all kinds of meat, poultry and fish recipes, also vegetarian because sometimes I just feel like making something different.
I am so glad I bought this book.
surprizingly excellent! Apr 14, 2003
I bought this after I bought the grill. Having tried the recipes that came with the george foreman grill and finding them excellent, I decided to invest in a whole george forman cookbook.
The marinades are excellent! Many have few ingredients and maximum taste. While they are helpful if you have the grill they are excellent even if you don't. Marinades are a wonderful way to grill, in general. Some of them lend themselves even to panfrying, depending on the cut of meat or poulty. While you cant use bone-in meats in the GF grill, you can use these recipes with bone-in cuts and use an alternate cooking method (grilling, broiling or baking for chicken).
This was a big surprize! At first I thought it was going to gimick-y and just a cookbook capitalizing on the GF name. But it is a *study* cookbook in its own right. excellent.
His other book is better for the Foreman Grill Jan 7, 2003
If you are looking for recipes to use on your Foreman grill pass by this book and get "George Foreman's Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine Cookbook" ISBN# 1929862032 by George Foreman & Connie Merydith; Paperback - June 2000, Pascoe Publishing. Its written specifically for the Foreman grill and will get you the confidence to experiment on your own.
A TASTY ONE FROM GEORGE Dec 29, 2002
With this book, George Foreman demonstrated that his strong hands, which are famous for delivering painful punches, are capable of delivering delicious dishes. Cherie Calbom was his 'corner-man' in this fat-fight. This cookbook is very practical in outlook: employing a step-by-step method. It explained the fundamental routines of tabling low-fat grills (and barbecue). It has a well-balanced approach: providing good tuition on both recipes and their healthiest mode of preparation. The book will bring fun to your kitchen, and smile on your table. However, if you are interested in continuous experiments, its 176 pages may not be enough as to fulfill all your grilling desires. Support it with a more extensive cookbook for the best result.