Guy Gourmet Great Chefs' Best Meals for a Lean & Healthy Bodyby Unknown
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Man cannot live by bread alone. Women, neither. They need toast . . . and steak, and tacos, wings and burgers, beef stew and pizza. They need to eat well but also to watch what they eat for the benefit of body and mind. The Men's Health Cookbook provides home cooks with more than 200 recipes for guy meals that both satisfy the taste buds and deliver healthy nutrition for peak performance.Many of the recipes in the book are healthy makeovers of popular chefs' favorite creations. In addition to Seamus Mullen, who writes the foreword, some of the well-known chefs who've contributed recipes include Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert of Le Bernadin, Mark Vetri of Philadelphia, and many others. Not only will readers get tons of great recipes, they'll also learn valuable lessons about eating healthier, cooking (and cleaning up) faster, cooking for a crowd, becoming a master of the barbeque grill and pairing the right beers and wines with the food they make. Each chapter will feature a hodgepodge of factoids, informational quotes and tips like how to flip a flapjack, roll dough with a wine bottle, zest a lime, wash and store greens, debone a fish, pit an avocado, and do a self-administered Heimlich maneuver when choking. Illustrations will instruct and amazing food photography will inspire men to master the most important room in their home for good healththe kitchen.
ADINA STEIMAN is food and nutrition editor of Men’s Health magazine and a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. She lives in Brooklyn.
PAUL KITA is an editor and writer for Men’s Health magazine who edits the Short Order Cook column and the popular Guy Gourmet blog at Menshealth.com. He lives in Allentown, PA.