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Overview The authors of Protein Power provide simple and practical cooking techniques and recipes that feature low-carbohydrate ingredients to enable low-carb dieters to incorporate breads, pasta, pizza, and desserts into a weight-loss program. 150,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.
Publishers Description The revolutionary cookbook that satisfies all your comfort food cravings-from the New York Times bestselling authors of Protein Power When you think about low-carb diets, do you picture complicated meal plans and bland foods that leave you with cravings? Do the words comfort food make you long for scrumptious delights like pancakes, ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, or fettucine alfredo-foods you thought you could never have on a low-carb diet? If your answers to the above were yes and yes, you're in for a huge surprise You can have these foods and many more, thanks to The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook. Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades and chef Ursula Solom give you unique, easy cooking tips and more than 300 yummy low-carb recipes for foods that help you keep your weight down and fulfill your cravings. In no time at all, you'll be on an easy-to-follow low-carb plan that will allow you to stay thin and healthy-and feel great Southern fried chicken with pan gravy * Elegant biscuits Melt-in-your-mouth pancakes * Deluxe low-carb macaroni and cheese * Beef and mushroom crepes * Spicy corn chips Soft crust pizza * Low-carb beef stroganoff * Raisin rolls Breaded sole * Fettucine alfredo * Low-carb lasagna * Super banana bread * Low-carb tacos * Bean and cheese burritos * Best garlic bread * Eggplant parmigiana * Rich low-carb pound cake * Scrumptious low-carb cheesecake * Apple brown betty * Cheddar cheese waffles * Chocolate ice cream * Key lime pie * Sublime truffles
From The Book Jacket Low-carb and comfort food are phrases you probably don’t associate with each other. If you, like 30 million other people, have ever been on a low-carb diet–or if you’re thinking of starting one because you’ve heard all the impressive new evidence showing how low-carb eating can turn your health around by keeping your insulin levels down and helping you lose weight–you probably know that low-carb foods aren’t usually described as "yummy." What’s been missing from low-carb diets are the comfort foods you crave–the breads, cakes, pastas, and pies that no low-carb plan ever allowed you to have–until now! <P>Now, with The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook, you can eat such delicious foods as fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, waffles, Mexican favorites, pizza, and a wide variety of desserts–all while restricting your carb intake and getting thin and healthy. Bestselling authors Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades, authors of the phenomenal bestseller Protein Power, in concert with the creative genius of chef Ursula Solom, have revolutionized the low-carb diet, offering you easy-to-follow cooking techniques that use everyday ingredients in extraordinary, simple, and delicious new ways. <P>This one-of-a-kind cookbook features more than 300 fabulous recipes for scrumptious <P>low-carb breads, breakfasts, and light meals; satisfying soups, spreads, and gravies; incredibly comforting entrées; formerly forbidden Italian and Mexican favorites; and much more. Just imagine waking up to the smell of Nutty Cinnamon Buns and Waffles, munching on Almond Thins with Crab Dip, dining on Southern Fried Chicken with Pan Gravy or Breaded Pork Chops with Biscuits, enjoying a slice of Key Lime Pie or some Strawberry Shortcake . . . then finishing with a Chocolate Truffle. All while staying thin and looking terrific! This book is truly amazing. <P>The authors provide all the nutrition information you need to make your cooking and eating decisions, including protein and carbohydrate grams for each dish. So what are you waiting for? Get cooking with The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook and see how easy–and yummy–a low-carb diet can be!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.68" Width: 6.26" Height: 1.03" Weight: 1.26 lbs.
Release Date Nov 18, 2002
ISBN 0471267570 ISBN13 9780471267577
Availability 120 units. Availability accurate as of May 27, 2017 02:37.
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More About Michael R. Eades, Mary Dan Eades & Ursula Solom
Michael R. Eades, M.D., author of Thin So Fast, and Mary Dan Eades, M.D., author of The Doctor's Complete Guide to Vitamins and Minerals, live in Little Rock, Arkansas, where they practice bariatric (weight loss) and general family medicine. They are the founders of Medi-Stat Medical Centers.
Michael R. Eades currently resides in Little Rock New York, in the state of Arkansas.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook?
Every recipe has dairy Mar 15, 2008
There are some useable recipes in this cookbook, but for someone sensitive to dairy it is almost useless. There are no suggested substitutions for dairy free cooking and believe me if you don't tolerate whey powder you will not like this book. Full of sour cream, whey powder, gluten etc. you will be in a world of hurt if you are like me who gets arthritis and rheumatic pain from these allergens.
Nice try, MD's. Too bad you know next to nothing about alternative nutrition!
The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook Jul 14, 2006
Recipes are good but loaded with fat and calories...don't use unless you are a strict Atkins's dieter.
Great lowcarb cookbook- a must have Aug 5, 2005
I love this cookbook. Full of some fantastic recipes and mounds of information on low carb products. Try the chili recipe with black soybeans, I couldn't tell the difference from any original recipe using kidney or pinto beans. YA gotta have this one.
yes tiny cookies have fewer carbs...no kidding Jun 20, 2005
There were alot of hard to find/expensive ingredients. The foods sounded yummy, but when I would go to make the items I would always come up missing one of the harder to find flours or powders. I am also a stay at home mom on a budget and some items are just way to expensive to purchase and cook with on a regular basis! The carb count is still offly high in a few items and i found it easier to purchase already made low carb pasta rather than spend all afternoon going from health store to store looking for the different glutons and powders. Being a sweet junky I also made the low carb chocolate chip cookies. Sure a cookie the size of a quarter is low carb. That one doesn't take rocket sience to figure out. It is frustrating to put all of that work into making cookies and find you can only have 2 miniature cookies. Many of the recipes are yummy but in very SMALL portions. I am all for portion control it's helped me lose 30 lbs, but there is a moment where portion control crosses the line...a chocolate chip cookie the size of a quarter is not worth my time...limited carbs or limited calories!!!
YUCK! Only Drs could author a cookbook this bland! Feb 20, 2005
I had this book on my wish list and was excited to receive it for my birthday. But I am soo dissapointed!
It is a visually unappealing, cheap quality printed book with a poor layout. So bland vanilla, I don't even *want* to look for a recipe in it! Even if a cookbook isn't filled with graphic illustrations or full-color photos, it can still have an easy-to-read layout, but this book is nothing but run-on recipes and uneccesary opinions by the Drs. It appears as if they simply wrote in a word document file and printed it - no setup, no flow. Bleck. Cooking should be art, just because it's low-carb, doesn't mean it has to be uninviting or lifeless. As my husband (Marketing) says, only a Dr could make a cookbook so sterile!
Other than that, the recipes are good but it's so unpleasant to look at - I'm giving the book to Goodwill.