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  • (Calorie Counting) An awareness of the calorie content of foods is healthy, but should not be overdone. Simple calorie counting does provide a way of controlling energy intake and losing weight.
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The Complete Book of Food Counts - 6th Edition
The Complete Book of Food Counts - 6th Edition
Whether you are counting your calories, carbs, or fat grams, watching your cholesterol intake or boosting fiber, The Complete Book of Food Counts is the ultimate one-volume reference, providing the latest, most accurate information on the largest possible variety of foods. You can depend on the accuracy and inclusiveness of this bestselling resource to provide all the essential counts for generic and brand-name foods, fresh, frozen, and fast-food items--even gourmet and health foods. The Complete Book of Food Counts is completely revised and updated for the sixth edition, containing thousands of new listings--including a variety of ethnic foods. You’ll find:
• Calorie counts
• Carbohydrate grams
• Cholesterol milligrams
• Sodium milligrams
• Protein grams
• Fat grams
• Fiber grams

PLUS
• A conversion table for weight and capacity measures
• Alphabetized listing for easy reference
• And much, much more

From A to Z, all the nutritional information you need is here--whether you are navigating the supermarket aisles or poring over recipes in your kitchen. It’s the ultimate gift for yourself and your family--the gift of knowledge, of choice, of good health!

If you really want to analyze and/or change your diet, you need to know more than a count of the calories you're taking in; you also need to know the fat, cholesterol, fiber, and sodium. You get all this and more from The Complete Book of Food Counts, a 770-page paperback that lists every food you can think of, including brand-name items. Each food is analyzed by calories; grams of protein, carbohydrate, fat, and fiber; and milligrams of cholesterol and sodium. Let's say you're trying to stick to a healthy diet that is high in fiber and low in fat and sodium. Look up a food item and you'll see an array of brands compared, making it easy to find the healthiest choices. All major brands of packaged, canned, and frozen food items are listed. You can even look up a chain restaurant and check out menu options before you order; for example, a Carl's Jr. Santa Fe Chicken Sandwich feeds you 530 calories and a whopping 30 grams of fat (the same as a McDonald's Quarter Pounder with cheese!) and 1,230 milligrams of sodium. Know what you're eating--look it up before you buy! --Joan Price

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Cornish Pasty I
Cornish Pasty I
Cornish Pasties (makes two massive, delicious pasties) Crust: 4 C Flour 1/4 lb Butter (cold) 1/4 lb Lard (cold) Cold water Filling: Skirt Steak (diced; use however much or little as you please) 1 Sm Turnip, diced fine 1 Med/Lg Yellow Potato, diced fine 1 Sm Sweet Onion, diced Salt & Pepper to taste A pat of Butter and sprinkling of Flour (explained later) Optional: Crumbled Stilton Fresh Sage or Thyme Egg Wash (one egg white and a small bit of water, perhaps a tablespoon, whisked together) Directions: Work butter and lard into flour with your fingers, like making a pie crust. You should end up with a crumbly mixture, and clumps neither of flour nor fat. Gradually add cold water to this mixture, a few tablespoons at a time, until you form a smooth ball of dough that is not sticky. Cover in a bowl with a damp (paper) towel and refrigerate for thirty minutes. Prepare remaining ingredients in this time. When the dough is ready, roll dough out into a layer that is between 1/8" and 1/4" thick (unless you're aiming for the practical application of such a thick crust - durability whilst in transport - you will want to err on the side of thin. It must be said, though, that the crust, when made with lard and soaked in the juices from the filling, after baking, is delicious. It's up to you.) Cut rounds of dough into neat circles; I usually place a small (6") plate face-down on the dough and cut around it. Preheat your oven, at this stage, to 425 degrees Fahrenheit (~220 Celsius). Add the fillings on half of the dough, making sure neither to pile too high, nor to place them all the way to the edge of the dough. I usually use a small handful of each - this is supposed to be a meal unto itself, after all. I'm of the mindset that order matters - gravity, and all of that, you know. I tend to put the vegetables on the bottom of the pile, and the meat on top, so that the juices flow down on to the vegetables and saute them, so to speak. If using Stilton (which is just phenomenally delicious) add that on top of the meat. Season with salt and pepper. If you are so inclined, you may notice that I list flour and butter, as you may see in the photo. If you're counting calories, you can omit this (though, if you're using lard, you're already in dangerous territory) but, I highly recommend it, as this mixture combines with the juices from the other fillings and makes gravy. If you don't like gravy, I don't even want to know you. Once the fillings are in, brush the outer edge of the dough (this is why we avoided placing fillings there) with water, or egg wash, if you chose to use that. Carefully fold the dough over the fillings, in order to create a half moon shape. I find that the vegetables, especially, tend to try to escape at this stage, so take care to ensure that your fillings are steady while you do this. Lightly press the edges of dough together to seal, and then crimp down the edges with the tines of a fork. Cut, on the top of the pasties, a small slit; this will allow steam to escape, and prevent the pasties from rupturing and making a huge mess, in addition to breaking your heart. If you made egg wash, good on ya. Brush it lightly over the top of the pasties. This will give them a nice, shiny, golden-brown complexion. Bake at 425 for twenty minutes, after which time you should drop the temperature to 325 (~160 Celsius) and cook for an additional forty minutes.
Monthly cake and gossip fix
Monthly cake and gossip fix
Bookgroup tonight, involving lots of tea, cake, scandalous gossip and much laughter. It's becoming less about the books and more about the friendship, although we do still have a long list of books to get through. This is the last one until our post Christmas curry night, so I'll have to find another cake to photograph next month. Gosh, I wonder what that will be?! (This was organic banana cake - absolutely no calories and it counts towards one of your five-a-day because of the organic banana. Honest - would I lie to you?)

calorie count list
calorie count list
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