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Discover the secrets to easy diabetes-friendly entertaining! Now there's no need to worry about what to serve when you host a special get-together or celebration. With The Diabetes Menu Cookbook, you can cook and enjoy festive foods that not only stay within diabetes nutritional health guidelines, but also taste terrific. Whether you have diabetes or cook for someone who does, this book is an essential year-round kitchen companion. Inside you'll find: 120 great-tasting recipes, including appetizers and drinks, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers and wraps, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts Twenty-two "mix and match" menus covering everything from a Thanksgiving feast and a New Year's Day open house to a Mother's Day brunch and a Father's Day barbecue Information on American Diabetes Association guidelines for nutritional health and helpful specific recommendations based on weight Health and cooking tips to make your life and your meal preparation easier
Foreword. Celebrate Your Life! Chapter One: Appetizers. Chapter Two: Soups. Chapter Three: Salads. Chapter Four: Sandwiches, Burgers, & Wraps. Chapter Five: Main Courses. Chapter Six: Side Dishes. Chapter Seven: Desserts & Drinks. Index.
BARBARA SCOTT-GOODMAN is Diabetes Focus's award-winning contributor and the author or coauthor and designer of several cookbooks, including The Garden Entertaining Cookbook and The Beach House Cookbook. KALIA DONER is Editor in Chief of Diabetes Focus, the country's largest diabetes magazine, as well as Editor in Chief of the health magazine Remedy, and author of more than twenty books on health and other topics. She lives in New York City.
Scott-Goodman has written several cookbooks (e.g., The Beach House Cookbook), and Doner, an editor for the magazine Diabetes Focus, has written books on health issues (Hepatitis C Help Book). Together they have crafted this work on diabetic cooking for special occasions that everyone in the family can enjoy. Although there are sample menus (cocktail party, birthday dinner, etc.) included, the majority of recipes are arranged by type (such as side dish, dessert, or main course). The recipes require some familiarity with the kitchen, although the page layout is clean and easy to read. The authors stress the importance of variety in flavors and ingredients, and scattered throughout are tips on eating healthy and incorporating flavors into everyday cooking. An index (unseen by the reviewer) is included as well as nutritional information for diabetics at the end of each recipe. While not essential, this book will be a useful addition to many public libraries. Virginia Wolter, West Toledo Branch Lib. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.