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The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook
The revolutionary cookbook that satisfies all your comfort food cravings-from the New York Times bestselling authors of Protein Power83% (8)
When you think about low-carb diets, do you picture complicated meal plans and bland foods that leave you with cravings? Do the words comfort food make you long for scrumptious delights like pancakes, ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, or fettucine alfredo-foods you thought you could never have on a low-carb diet?
If your answers to the above were yes and yes, you're in for a huge surprise! You can have these foods and many more, thanks to The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook. Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades and chef Ursula Solom give you unique, easy cooking tips and more than 300 yummy low-carb recipes for foods that help you keep your weight down and fulfill your cravings. In no time at all, you'll be on an easy-to-follow low-carb plan that will allow you to stay thin and healthy-and feel great!
Southern fried chicken with pan gravy * Elegant biscuits Melt-in-your-mouth pancakes * Deluxe low-carb macaroni and cheese * Beef and mushroom crepes * Spicy corn chips Soft crust pizza * Low-carb beef stroganoff * Raisin rolls Breaded sole * Fettucine alfredo * Low-carb lasagna * Super banana bread * Low-carb tacos * Bean and cheese burritos * Best garlic bread * Eggplant parmigiana * Rich low-carb pound cake * Scrumptious low-carb cheesecake * Apple brown betty * Cheddar cheese waffles * Chocolate ice cream * Key lime pie * Sublime truffles
365 Day 171*
Ahhhh, the essence of fatherhood. Feeding the ducks. Actually, the ducks didn’t show up dude. And the ones that did show up weren’t that hungry. You see. I don’t eat bread. I only buy bread for my babe. And when I went to make her a sandwich on Memorial Day afternoon, it was all moldy. How dare a loaf of bread that I have used maybe 2 slices out of it turn moldy? Is this a fucking conspiracy? FUCK YOU BREAD! I gave her one of my low-carb wraps instead. She liked it I guess. I digress, I look into the newly purchased loaf of bread that had nasty ass mold growing all over it and go to the babe: “Well babestar, you can’t eat this, we gotta go feed the ducks” Maybe I’m weird. Maybe it’s just my family. Maybe it’s America. Maybe it’s my culture. Or maybe it’s just the way I was brought up….. But there is just something about “feeding the ducks” that brings essence of CHILD out of being a KID. Feeding the ducks. Nothing like bringing a loaf of moldy ass can’t eat bread to the nearby pond and feeding those fuckers. So we bring this stupid unused wasted loaf of bread down to the nearest stream where I know ducks hang out. And we saw ducks. And they saw us. And you know what? Those bitches didn’t eat our bread! Fuck you goddamn unforgivering spoiled fuckers!! You stare at our bread and don’t eat it. You can eat my shit! Actually I’m kidding. I told the babe (as seen) that the reason they weren’t eating our tasty bread is because it’s springtime. And in spring time food is plentiful for ducks. And in winter it’s harder to come by, so that is why they eat our bread when its cold and stare at it like they don’t want it now like they take it for granted. Whatever. I still spent this time with her on the dock. And I love her so much. She is so innocent and so wonderful I don’t think anyone reading this could understand how much she means to me. God she is great. Such a wonderful little girl I am blessed and LUCKY to have her in my life. She makes me ME sometimes. I love you babe!!! Taken May 25th, 2009 Posted May 26th, 2009 *=lapseBaked Chicken Skins
The last time I bought chicken thighs, I skinned them before portioning them into freezer bags and freezing. I almost threw out the skins as I normally would, but this time I thought I could keep them around and maybe bread and fry them up. I *love* the skin on fried chicken, so I thought this would be a great way to use the skin instead of wasting it. I was curious to see if anyone had made any recipes for fried chicken skins, and came across a discussion thread where people were claiming their love for fried or baked chicken skins (it was a low-carb discussion forum). One post described baking them in a manner similar to how I bake bacon (it's the easiest way to prepare bacon, IMO). I thought that would be an easier method of preparation than breading and then frying the skins, so I decided to try it today. Oh. My. Gosh. So good! I set the oven to 375 deg F, laid out three frozen pieces of chicken skin on a foil-lined cookie sheet, and sprinkled the skins with garlic sea salt on the top side. Popped them into the oven for 6 minutes, flipped, more garlic sea salt and some fresh ground pepper, 6 more minutes. The largest piece of skin wasn't golden brown in the middle so I flipped the skins again, and baked for 4 minutes more. After draining on a plate lined with paper towels, I plated them up onto a clean plate for a photo shoot. :) They turned out as delicious and crispy as I had hoped! I wish I had baked more than 3 pieces because they didn't last very long. :) I figured I'd try 3 first as an experiment and make more later. Well, I'm definitely going to make more later! If you like the skin on fried chicken, or if you like pork rinds (chicharron!), I highly recommend trying baking or frying up chicken skins on their own. Very, very tasty!
The popularity of the low carb/paleo/Primal way of eating has exploded, as people discover an appealing and sustainable alternative to the restrictive diets and flawed conventional wisdom that lead to burnout and failed weight loss efforts.Similar posts:
The dream of eating satisfying meals-even on a budget-controlling weight and feeling great has now become a reality. As you build momentum for Primal eating, you'll find that you won't even miss the bland, boring, low-fat foods that previously were the central focus of your diet. How can you argue with a menu that includes Roasted Leg of Lamb with Herbs and Garlic, Salmon Chowder with Coconut Milk, Tomatoes Stuffed with Ground Bison and Eggs, and Baked Chocolate Custard?
This isn't a crash course diet. These and the other Primal recipes provide the foundation for a lifetime of delicious, healthy eating, high energy and protection from common health problems that arise from eating the SAD (Standard American Diet).
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