Food Bites to healthy Nutrition Nugget, to Trivial Tidbits, to the oh so
creative TV, big screen and music title spoofs, I read through the book the first time for pure entertainment, and the second, for interesting tidbits and the recipes. The names are hilarious…Who would ever think Frank ‘n’ Stein is an enjoyable beer and spice marinated grilled flank steak? Or the Barbiechop Quartet is deliciously spicy marinated pork chops rilled on the Barbie, or Pasta Point of No Return is a delectable tricolored pasta primavera with roasted vegetables and parmesan. These two women are a hoot. Laden with nutrition and lifestyle tips, this is much more than a cook book with frumpy tips.
The recipes are mainly easy to prepare, with ingredients that are easy to find and, thankfully, hover on the nutritious end of the scale. … While most of the recipes are protein orientated and on the heavy side, effort has been taken to use better oils and ingredients to convert recipes to more nourishing and better suited to today’s lifestyle. The lightened up
versions of the classic Hail Caesar (Caesar Salad), its all Greek to Me (Greek Salad) and Nat’s King Coleslaw (Asian Coleslaw) will tempt your taste buds . Tonight I am headed for the Continental Divide (A spicy curried vegetable soup with lentils) for my dinner.
The recipes include information on calories, fat, protein, carbohydrate, fiber, cholesterol and sodium counts for those with a need to follow. I highly recommend Looney Spoons for deliciously healthy and waist