Lighthearted at Home

Lighthearted at Home

The Very Best of Anne Lindsay

Book - 2010
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Is there a kitchen in Canada without an Anne Lindsay cookbook (well-loved but falling apart) kept within easy reach? With over 2 million copies of her cookbooks sold in Canada, Anne Lindsay is literally a culinary icon. She has changed the way Canadians eat -- bringing flavour to healthy eating, and inspiring a nation with her easy-to-make, delicious food. For the first time, Lighthearted at Home brings you the perfect Anne Lindsay collection: over 500 of the very best lighthearted recipes and brand new, gorgeous colour photography. You'll also find More than 500 fully tested and fabulous recipes, complete with brand new nutrient analyses. Tips throughout on healthy eating, cooking techniques, make ahead instructions and ingredient substitutions. Special Tables of Contents that make (for example) vegetarian or dairy-free recipes easy-to-find Entertaining and special occasion menu ideas. Beautiful at-home photos of Anne, as well as gorgeous food shots. Information on healthy eating and health issues of concern to everyone -- fats, cholesterol, weight loss, feeding children, heart health, and many other topics. Praise for Anne Lindsay's cookbooks: "This book is an absolute gem...Anne Lindsay knows what she's talking about when it comes to nutrition and healthy lifestyle, and she fills her cookbooks with practical tidbits of advice and information. This cookbook is definitely one of my favourites." "My Anne Lindsay cookbook is so well used, I need to replace it! Each page is marked, with notes from the times I tried the recipe, and those little marks that get on the pages of your most-loved cookbook."
Publisher: Toronto : J. Wiley & Sons Canada, c2010
ISBN: 9780470160770
Branch Call Number: 641.56311 LIN
Characteristics: xxvi, 486 p., [16] p. of plates :,ill. (chiefly col.) ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: McCann, Anne Lindsay Greer

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fletchmo
Feb 28, 2011

i see almost all good ingredients (very little funky foods like 'fatfree butter' and the like)
an asian bent to many (sesame oil, rice vinegar, cilantro)
many of these recipes are dairyfree, many are glutenfree, many are nightshadefree
most recipes are ones that i would be willing to try out from both a taste and health point of view.
also recipes are very well organized and succinct, ez to follow without many peeks at book.
these recipes have been well kitchen and family tested, i think--so far they are all working out.
the choco banana muffins are amazing texture, considering that they are eggfree....the chkn with olives and lemons was yum...if i had to i think i could live out of this ckbk for a year. bought one for myself and one for my mom (happy mothers day)

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carolannbagan
Mar 09, 2010

great book. lots of really interesting recipes in it. if you're sick to the back teeth with using low fat stuff in your cooking this is te book for you.

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