Down in Louisiana, there's no shortage of spice and flavor. Classic dishes like gumbo and jambalaya deliver all our favorite tastes of the south, but these are the very foods we avoid. Why? Because of the dreaded f words: fear and fat.Read more...
Down in Louisiana, there's no shortage of spice and flavor. Classic dishes like gumbo and jambalaya deliver all our favorite tastes of the south, but these are the very foods we avoid. Why? Because of the dreaded f words: fear and fat.
Built around the cornerstone of a well-stocked pantry, the recipes in Skinny Louisiana . . . in the Kitchen marry the authentic and delicious flavors of Louisiana cooking with principles of healthy eating. Forget the myth that because it tastes great, it can't be good for you. Culinary dietician Shelley Marie Redmond has done all the work and research, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the meals you crave and deserve.
In this must-have kitchen guide, a list of pantry essentials offers substitutes for ingredients high in carbohydrates (like Greek yogurt instead of butter), and a shopping guide helps you to plan a successful and efficient trip to the grocery store. Celebrate the best of Louisiana's eats without compromising your health. You can have your cake--and you can eat it, too
Having won her first cooking contest at the age of 12, Shelly Marie Redmond lives for the kitchen. She is a culinary dietitian, speaker, spokesperson, and founder of the Skinny Louisiana brand. Redmond is also co-owner of Eberhardt Physical Therapy, where she works with clients on issues like weight loss, diabetes, and food allergies. A highly sought-after media personality, Redmond serves as a nutrition expert for several news and morning shows. You can find her embracing her Cajun roots in her kitchen, along with her husband, children, and cats.
- ISBN-13: 9781455622719
- ISBN-10: 1455622710
- Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company
- Publish Date: February 2017
- Page Count: 192
- Dimensions: 9.9 x 7.9 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds