Synopses & Reviews
For the first time, here are Jane's collected recipes and tips involving fowl and fish preparations, a companion to Jane's Smart Baking Cookbook, with her recipes on muffins, cookies, biscuits, and breads.
Regarding fish, Jane writes: "Fish is a valentine for your heart and your figure...it can pleasure your palate, your waistline and your well-being."
Her 101 fish recipes, involving 26 varieties of fin-fish, cover all ways of preparation -- baking, broiling, poaching, grilling, smoking, and sauteing -- including appetizers, salads, chowders, gumbos, and main courses. Also covered are the facts you need about fish safety, selection, menu planning, and caloric and nutritional analysis.
Regarding fowl, Jane writes: "Though chicken is always a smart choice, not all chicken dinners are smart...a chicken dinner is smart when it is low in fat, sodium, calories, and served with high fiber accompaniments."
Her 101 poultry dishes, plus stuffings & accompaniments, can be roasted, sauteed, poached, grilled, baked, and stir fried. Recommended by Julia Child, the tasty poultry offerings include dozens of chicken, capon, turkey breast, pot pie, stew selections, plus a glossary on terminology, helpful hints on stuffing, carving, storing, and freezing.
Kinderlehrer knows how to strike a balance between taste and nutrition that will have diners clamoring for more. (Publishers Weekly)
Jane Kinderlehrers Smart Chicken and Smart Fish
are now collected in this one volume, creating adoubly delicious selection of high-fiber, low-fat,low- or no-sugar, low-sodium, and low-cholesterolrecipes for main courses, soups, and salads.
However you make your poultry, whether roasted,sautéed, poached, grilled, baked, or stir fried, make ithealthy and delicious with these 101 chicken recipes.Recommended by Julia Child, the tasty poultry offeringsinclude dozens of chicken, capon, turkey breast, pot pie,and stew selections, plus a glossary on terminology andhelpful hints on stuffing carving, storing, and freezing.
Regarding fish, here are 101 recipes, encompassing 26varieties of fin-fish, covering baking, broiling, poaching,grilling, smoking, and sautéing, and including appetizers,salads, chowders, gumbos, and main courses. Jane alsoreports all the important facts on fish safety, selection,menu planning, and caloric and nutritional analysis.
About the Author
Jane Kinderlehrer, author of the classic "Smart Food" cookbook series, was senior editor and food editor of Prevention
magazine for nineteen years and a regular New York Times
Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, M.D., Jane's son, is an internist and expert in diet, nutrition, and holistic medicine, who lectures widely and has been a regular presenter at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.