New Meat Lover's Cookbook (Hardcover) by Sarlin, Janee
Hardcover; Published 3/1/1997; 294 Pages; ISBN 9780028603933
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You no longer have to feel guilty for loving meat. In The New Meat Lover's Cookbook, leaner cuts and healthy cooking techniques are incorporated into delicious recipes for grilled steak, roasted rack of lamb, sauteed pork chops, braised pork ribs and more.
Can meat be a part of a healthy lifestyle? Absolutely. In the introduction, author Janeen Sarlin says 'I love meat. I grew up on it, and I plan to continue eating it in healthful ways. That's what this book is about: eating moderate portions of nutritious, low-fat meats -- cooked with little if any added fat -- but with large dollops of flavorful spices and seasonings.'
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