I bought this book recently. Lots of healthy (well, healthier than many grilling books) and tasty looking recipes for electric grill or outdoor grill. 175 pages, no photos. (The marinades, sauces, and dry rubs always catch my eye first. Several are here.) Gives nutritional breakdown for each recipe.
George Foreman knows a good meal when he sees one. And today, the world's most successful "senior citizen' athlete also knows that a good meal has got to be a healthy one. Smart nutrition has played a big part in George's amazing championship comeback, and it should also contribute to any other American's battle of the bulge.
In his Knock-Out-the-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook, George, along with famed nutritionist Cherie Calbom, explains how to prepare hearty, mouth-watering meals that won't stress your waistline. When grilled over high heat, meats, poultry, fish, and vegetables not only retain more vitamins, they can have their fat content lowered, too. With easy-to-learn, simple techniques, George and Cherie show you how to raise the temperature and drop the unwanted fat.
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I LOVE this book! It may be short on photos (there aren't any), but each recipe comes with a great description and modification suggestions. Most grilling books are heavy on flavor and extremely short on nutrition. This book covers both in detail.
My wife will tell you I've become obsessed with grilling & smoking, yet I've lost around 15 pounds in the past six months simply by getting a reasonable amount of exercise, paying attention to what I eat, and cooking truly great tasting food that's not dripping with fat. This book really started that for me.