2005 IACP Award Winner - Health and Special Diet Category!
Her inspiring success story is familiar to millions of TV viewers. Kathleen Daelemans was unexpectedly drafted to be the head chef of a spa café frequented by movie stars, rock stars, and sports superstars. One big problem: at the time, Chef Kathleen weighed 205 pounds and was a size 22. Refusing to sacrifice her passion for food to lose weight, she invented a cuisine everyone loved, earning raves from Esquire, the New York Times, Bon Appétit, and the Los Angeles Times. She herself lost more than 75 pounds. Her show on the Food Network, the station’s first and only diet show, became a sensation.
Getting Thin and Loving Food is for all food lovers who don’t want to give up fabulous meals in their quest for skinnier waistlines. Kathleen provides 200 simpler-than-ever, flavor-revved recipes. From Cashew Chicken to Strawberry Cheesecake Mousse, the dishes combine Pacific Rim flavors, simplicity, and down-to-earth practicality. Crammed with candid advice, success-story letters from Kathleen’s fans, FAQs about cooking and weight loss, and e-mail tips from viewers, Getting Thin and Loving Food is a cookbook with plus-size personality that will make readers laugh as they lose weight.
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