The Food & Mood Cookbook
Recipes for Eating Well and Feeling your BestBook - 2004
Following the publication of her groundbreaking book Food & Mood, Elizabeth Somer became one of the nation's leading experts on the link between diet and feelings. Now she applies her insights into nutrition, weight control, memory, and mood to the kitchen in this practical guide to eating well. The Food & Mood Cookbook contains more than two hundred delicious and easy recipes for meals, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and more. They are fast and easy to prepare, low in fat and calories, and mouth-wateringly good. Even better, they help you to sleep well, eliminate cravings, have more energy, think more clearly, and keep both mind and body healthy. The varied dishes include: minted lamb pockets with honey yogurt dressing; creamy articoke soup with roasted hazelnuts; chili-spiced shrimp salad with mango-pineapple salsa; grilled pork tenderloing with rosemary-orange sauce; linguine with tomatoes and fresh basil; creamy, low-fat fudge, and lemon cheesecake piled high with blueberries. Each recipe is briefly introduced with information about how these foods affect emotions and energy, and the book is filled with helpful charts and tips. The first cookbook devoted to the relationship between food and mood, this book is the perfect kitchen companion for anyone interested in eating to feel better. - Cover.
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, c2004
Edition: 1st ed
Description: xvi, 317 p. ; 24 cm
Branch Call Number: RA784 .S664 2004