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eBook Cooking with the Diabetic Chef: Expert Chef Chris Smith Shares His Secrets to Creating More Than 150 Simply Delicious Meals for Peop download
Health and Fitness
Author: Chris Smith
ISBN: 1580400434
Subcategory: Diseases & Physical Ailments
Pages 200 pages
Publisher American Diabetes Association; 1 edition (May 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Health and Fitness
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 126
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eBook Cooking with the Diabetic Chef: Expert Chef Chris Smith Shares His Secrets to Creating More Than 150 Simply Delicious Meals for Peop download

by Chris Smith


It has made my life easier. Still hot off the press, "Cooking with the Diabetic Chef" is the first diabetic cookbook actually written by a chef who suffers from diabetes. Published on July 16, 2001.

It has made my life easier.

Foods that melt in your mouth and make your taste buds come alive. 150 recipes created by Chris Smith, the diabetic chef.

Author Chris Smith is not only a trained restaurant chef and a graduate of the prestigious Culinary .

Author Chris Smith is not only a trained restaurant chef and a graduate of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America-but he is also a person with diabetes. You will find more than 150 recipes-everything from appetizers to entrees to desserts-arranged by season so that the freshest ingredients can always be used. You will also discover a simple and convenient way to organize meals up to a month in advance using the Diabetic Chef's unique meal planner.

150 recipes created by Chris Smith, the diabetic chef. There's virtually nothing you can't have anymore! Get A Copy. 1580400434 (ISBN13: 9781580400435).

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First-ever cookbook written by a trained chef with diabetes. Pizza, chicken and mushrooms in white wine sauce, to-die-for chocolate cake. Foods that melt in your mouth and make your taste buds come alive. 150 recipes created by Chris Smith, the diabetic chef. There's virtually nothing you can't have anymore!
Flas
Some very good recipes for those who have to watch what they eat, but still want to have very enjoyable food.
Mejora
Very good book and has some pretty tasty recipes in it! I'm glad I got it.
Mr.Bean
Item as described. Thanks!
Wild Python
There are lots of very good recipes and I like the use of all the fresh herbs and veggies. I also purchased Chef Chris Smith's "Year Round Cook Book" and use them both.
Ylal
I originally got this book out of the library. The recipes were so easy and interesting I decided I needed my own copy.
Mitars Riders
Cooking is a joy and a hobby for me, when accurate instructions are provided. Regrettably, I was no further into this book than page 8 before discovering a substantive error: Chicken Breast Roulade clearly must require more than 1/8 cup (2 Tbsp.) Chicken Stock in order to produce final portions of 1-1/2 Tbsp. for each of four servings, particularly after it has been reduced by half. Pages 11 and 12 show lovely photographs which, regrettably, are mis-identified. With such careless editing, how can one trust anything else in the contents?
Quashant
Excelent book for those who want to cook better for the Diabetic, good learning source for the non-diabetic. Would recomend this to anyone who needs additional info re: cooking & preparing meals for the diabetic.
Still hot off the press, "Cooking with the Diabetic Chef" is the first diabetic cookbook actually written by a chef who suffers from diabetes. As someone who has recently read a lot of diabetic cookbooks (blech!), I am quite impressed.
Several months ago, when I first learned that I was a Type 1 diabetic (I have to inject insulin several times a day), I ran around to the library and several bookstores looking for some cookbooks that might allow me to return to normalcy. I was pretty horrified by what I found. While there were a lot of books to choose from, they really didn't contain the sort of food that you might want to eat every day, or that someone else (a non-diabetic) might want to share with you.
Cooking With the Diabetic Chef puts all those other books to shame. I've read the whole book and made several of the recipes and it seems to contain nary a clunker. What makes the difference is that it was written by someone who actually eats the food and is a chef to boot.
Chris Smith, the author, begins with a forward that explains how devastated he was as a student at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) when he discovered he was a diabetic. Apprenticed at one of New York's most prestigious restaurants, Le Cirque he was unable to keep up with the fast paced environment, feeling tired and run down. When he learned what was wrong he was quite plainly horrified but soon discovered that with proper management he would be able to pursue his dreams.
His new book, published by the American Diabetic Association, proves that healthy food doesn't have to be flavorless and bland. One of my favorite recipes so far is the Cajun Sweet Potato (very spicy and to die for). I have also made several of the more normal (which is what I had been looking for) recipes such as blueberry muffins, banana pancakes and crab cakes. All of them were excellent (the lunch crowd at work begged for tastes of the leftovers), not a bit bland or blah, something you would be proud to serve or share with non-diabetics.
It's an attractive paperback with photographs that will make you want to try all the recipes. If you know someone who is diabetic, this book would make an excellent gift. It has a good mix of fancy recipes (something you might feed company) and recipes for simple comfort food. It is one of the best cookbooks I have ever read or used and it is THE BEST diabetic cookbook I have ever seen.