Giada De Laurentiis writes about her journey and health, but without smothering you in a horde of vegetables. The desserts range from quite healthy to decadent. I have only tried two recipes so far (a soup and a pasta dish), but they were good ones, even with a little tweaking out of necessity or personal preference. I'm sure each recipe is carefully crafted by this TV chef. The only downside to the book is that some of her clothing is a bit immodest (perhaps most would not think so, but a conservative homeschooling family would, likely).
|I've tried this recipe on the left, though I used a different kind of cheese and didn't use fresh dill, or much dried dill, substituting basil for some of it. I added sausage, as well. Tasty!|
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