Cooking To Lose

Since I’m confined to one-handed typing for the moment, I won’t say too much about this cookbook, but if the combination of Weight Watchers-approved recipes with Culinary Institute of America know-how appeals to you, then please enter your name for this cookbook giveaway and give this book a new lease on life.

Among this book’s 250 recipes are such temptations as Spicy Chicken Peanut Dumplings, Chinese Long Bean Salad with Tangerine and Mustard-Sherry Vinaigrette, Crab and Wild Mushroom Chowder, Caramelized Onion and Pancetta Pizza, Grilled Yellowfin Tuna with Citrus Salad, Whiskey-Glazed Smoked Turkey Breast with Orange Herb Conserve, Bolivian Beef Stew, Farro with Parsley and Toasted Almond Salsa, Maple-Pear Oatmeal Muffins, and Warm Strawberries with Frangelico, Frozen Yogurt, and Shortcake.

Sound delicious, nutritious, and like just what you need before the holidays? Then just leave a comment saying so.  If several people would like this book, I’ll put your names in a mixing bowl, give them a good stir, and draw one. I’ll send it to you and I’ll ask you to pay for the postage, if you can, via PayPal. For security and anti-spam reasons, please don’t put your email address or snail mail address in the Comments section.  When you comment I see your email address and I’ll contact you soon if I draw your name.  Give this book a good home, make something delicious from it, and I’ll be happy.

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10 Comments on “Cooking To Lose”

  1. Oh yes! Put my name in the bowl.

  2. Rona Y Says:

    My weight loss has stalled and I still have 10 pounds to lose! Maybe 12 now. . . I think I gained back a couple of the pounds I had already lost! I’m in!

    (BTW, did you know that WW changed the way it calculates points? I’m so confused about it now!)

  3. Lynn R Says:

    I’d love a shot at this book. Hope your shoulder feels better soon…

  4. Julie H. Says:

    I’m gonna put my name in because I think this would make a great holiday gift for my boyfriend. He’s trying to loose a little weight but he loves to cook.

    Hope you heal quickly and you and Shel have lovely holidays.

  5. Franca V Says:

    Please put my name in the bowl, too! Take good care of that shoulder now and it will thank you later.

  6. Jeanne Lemire Says:

    I’ve tried WW on and off, but find a spartan life and spartan cooking not for me, having spent a few years in France…. I manage to control my weight by cooking things that I like, but confining myself to breakfast and lunch, well mid-day dinner, since we’re farmer/ranchers. That, and swimming 3 miles a week and walking a lot.
    This new cookbook sounds appealing.

  7. Lori Says:

    Please put my name in the bowl for this book – it fits in perfectly with how we like to cook. Could use some new inspiration. Thanks so much.

  8. Patricia Calef Says:

    I would love, love, love this cookbook. I just rejoined weight watchers. I previously lost 45 lbs and have kept off 30 of it. Now I need to go back and lose more.

  9. arty eater Says:

    Wait! I also am a member of WW and have stalled! Maybe there’s an epidemic! haha I would hope that some new recipes in this book would inspire me. I too hope your shoulder heals quickly.

  10. Ann-Marie Says:

    This book sounds fabulous. Please put my name in the bowl!

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