Graham Kerr's Smart Cooking by Graham Kerr

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From the man known to millions as the Galloping Gourmet, an all-new collection of creative dishes for today's health-conscious cooks -- 100 delicious recipes designed for everyone who wants to eat well and eat right.

Full -color photographs and B & W drawings throughout.
 

About Graham Kerr

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Graham Kerr (Mt. Vernon, WA) is a world-renowned chef and award-winning author. Host of "The Gathering Place" and former "Galloping Gourmet" star, Graham has published 23 books, with more than 14 million sold.
 
Published September 1, 1991 by Doubleday. 215 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Cooking. Non-fiction

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Once TV's devil-may-care ``Galloping Gourmet,'' Kerr got religion some years back and his cookbooks turned austere and preachy.

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With this, his 22nd book and companion to his new TV series, Kerr again focuses on low-fat recipes and speedy preparation.

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In this book, photos and quotes from home cooks illustrate the core concept of Kerr's approach: ``We can make creative healthy changes that last.'' That may sound like New Age advice, but Kerr takes a refreshingly direct approach: he showcases techniques that deliver the most flavor possible whil...

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Moreover, for each recipe, Kerr has created an absurd nutritional comparison between the ``MiniMax'' dish and a so-called ``classic.'' Accordingly, a chicken pilaf (chicken with rice) is compared with a chicken fricassee (an altogether different dish) and a ``MiniMax'' soup called a ``sooke'' (th...

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Devising regimens to cheer dedicated fat-fighters, Kerr (Smart Cooking) shuffles some 250 recipes into three categories: those whose calories are 10%, 20% and 30% fat.

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Kerr ( The Graham Kerr Cookbook ), television's garrulous ``galloping gourmet,'' here joins rank with legions of other foodies in a quest for a contemporary culinary grail: low-fat, low-sodium, high-fiber cooking that still tastes good.

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