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Chris, WebAdmin.When chefs from your favourite cooking magazine get together to
create a cookbook, you know it will be good. When they call it Essential, you
know that this is truly one for the shelf next to the stove (for really easy
access). This one is a keeper folks even if you aren't on a low carb or low fat
diet.For most of us, a low carb or low fat diet is a fact of life but so
depressing sometimes. The level of bland which is usually associated with a diet
recipe can reach some pretty staggering heights. Never fear, the EatingWell team
is to the rescue. Chock full of recipes (more than 350) this cookbook contains
many which are easily identified for your dietary needs. Look for stars
highlighting recipes for:"Healthy Weight"(recipe has reduced calories,
carbohydrates, fats, saturated fats),"Lower Carbs"(recipe has 22 grams or less
of carbohydrates per serving)"High Fiber"(recipe provides 5 grams or more of
fiber per serving)Valuable just for this, the EatingWell team didn't stop
there.Sprinkled liberally throughout the book are tips on everything from how to
crush ice with a rolling pin to ingredient tips (what special ingredients are,
where to find them and how best to use them etc.), cooking tips and more. For
instance, did you know that baking cheesecake in a water bath will prevent
cracking? They even created sample menus for all occassions.There was just one
complaint I had with the book. The colour photos just look too good, I am now
dying to try each of the ones pictured and just don't have the time to cook 15
pages worth of delectable dishes. Never fear I will make the time, with these
pics staring at me how could I not? Enjoy this recipe from the Holiday Open
House menu.Hot Artichoke DipCheesy, rich and delicious, this update of an
entertaining classic delivers all the fabulous flavor with far less fat. Serve
with Toasted Pita Crisps (page 47) or toasted slices of crusty whole-wheat
bread. 2 14 ounce cans artichose hearts, rinsed 2 cups plus 2 tablesppons
freshly grated Parmesan cheese 1/2 cup reduced-fat mayonnaise 2 cloves garlic,
minced 2 teaspoons freshly grated lemon zest, preferably organic Cayenne pepper
to taste Salt & freshly ground pepper to taste Preheat oven to 400 F.Chop
artichoke hearts in a food processor. Add 2 cups Parmesan, mayonnaise, garlic,
lemon zest and cayenne; puree until smooth. Season with salt and pepper.Place in
two gratin or shallow baking dishes ( 2 cup capacity). Sprinkle each dish with 1
tablespoon Parmesan.Bake the dip until golden on top and heated through, 10 to
20 minutes.Prep Time: 10 minutesStart to Finish: 20-30 minutesTo Make Ahead:
Prepare up to baking. Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.Ease of
Preparation: EasyMakes about 2 2/3 cupsPer Tablespoon:31 Calories; 2 g Fat (1 g
sat, 0 g mono); 3 mg Cholesterol; 3 g Carbohydrate; 2 g Protein; 1 g Fiber; 109
mg Sodium.For most of us, a low carb or low fat diet is a fact of life but so
depressing sometimes. The level of bland which is usually associated with a diet
recipe can reach some pretty staggering heights. Never fear, the EatingWell team
is to the rescue. Chock full of recipes (more than 350) this cookbook contains
many which are easily identified for your dietary needs. Look for stars
highlighting recipes for:"Healthy Weight"(recipe has reduced calories,
carbohydrates, fats, saturated fats),"Lower Carbs"(recipe has 22 grams or less
of carbohydrates per serving)"High Fiber"(recipe provides 5 grams or more of
fiber per serving)Valuable just for this, the EatingWell team didn't stop
there.Sprinkled liberally throughout the book are tips on everything from how to
crush ice with a rolling pin to ingredient tips (what special ingredients are,
where to find them and how best to use them etc.), cooking tips and more. For
instance, did you know that baking cheesecake in a water bath will prevent
cracking? They even created sample menus for all occassions.There was just one
complaint I had with the book. The colour photos just look too good, I am now
dying to try each of the ones pictured and just don't have the time to cook 15
pages worth of delectable dishes. Never fear I will make the time, with these
pics staring at me how could I not? Enjoy this recipe from the Holiday Open
House menu.Hot Artichoke DipCheesy, rich and delicious, this update of an
entertaining classic delivers all the fabulous flavor with far less fat. Serve
with Toasted Pita Crisps (page 47) or toasted slices of crusty whole-wheat
bread. 2 14 ounce cans artichose hearts, rinsed 2 cups plus 2 tablesppons
freshly grated Parmesan cheese 1/2 cup reduced-fat mayonnaise 2 cloves garlic,
minced 2 teaspoons freshly grated lemon zest, preferably organic Cayenne pepper
to taste Salt & freshly ground pepper to taste Preheat oven to 400 F.Chop
artichoke hearts in a food processor. Add 2 cups Parmesan, mayonnaise, garlic,
lemon zest and cayenne; puree until smooth. Season with salt and pepper.Place in
two gratin or shallow baking dishes ( 2 cup capacity). Sprinkle each dish with 1
tablespoon Parmesan.Bake the dip until golden on top and heated through, 10 to
20 minutes.Prep Time: 10 minutesStart to Finish: 20-30 minutesTo Make Ahead:
Prepare up to baking. Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.Ease of
Preparation: EasyMakes about 2 2/3 cupsPer Tablespoon:31 Calories; 2 g Fat (1 g
sat, 0 g mono); 3 mg Cholesterol; 3 g Carbohydrate; 2 g Protein; 1 g Fiber; 109
mg Sodium. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Chris WebAdmin is Owner and WebAdmin of
The 1001Recipes2Send.comRecipes Database. Become a member to recieve the
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http://www.1001Recipes2Send.com/Free - What is exactly concrete repair?
Concrete is such a versatile substance. It can be used for driveways, patios,
porches, garages, flooring and walls. But it does tend to be susceptible to
damage over the years. There are many different types of concrete repair that
can be performed to help prolong the life of the concrete or give it a
much-needed face-lift. A fairly competent DIY enthusiast may perform some of the
smaller concrete repairs. However, a professional should do more major or large
scale types of concrete repair. Just as the uses for concrete vary greatly, so
do the types of concrete repairs that can be performed. The complexity of the
work and the amount of labor required also affect the cost of the concrete
repairs. There are also different grades of concrete that can be used and types
of resin or setting agent. If you want the best concrete repairs, you are going
to have to research exactly what is involved. The mix of the concrete used for
any repair varies according to the temperature and climatic conditions,
especially if the work is being performed outside. A stronger mix is used in
colder weather. A completely new concrete driveway can cost approximately $40
per square meter. However, if this is being performed as a last resort for a
concrete repair to a driveway that has become unusable, then the preparation
work needs to be taken into account. The existing concrete will have to be
removed and leveled as part of this most major of concrete repairs. That will
increase the cost dramatically. Of course, replacing an entire driveway or
garage floor is the last resort. There are various types of concrete repairs
including restoration, reinforcement, finishing and maintenance. You also have
the option of adding fancy styles to your concrete but this does not really come
under the heading of a repair. Cleaning and preparing the area is part of most
concrete repairs. This can be performed with a variety of chemicals or organic
compounds. It is important to check with the contractor if you have particular
concerns about what is used during the concrete repair process. The length of
time that concrete repairs take will obviously vary according to the complexity
of the job. However, there are a few basic guideline time frames that you need
to be aware of before you book your major concrete repairs. Even with some of
the fastest drying concrete mixes, it can be a while before your concrete repair
has set properly. Do not expect to be able to drive on your newly refurbished
driveway immediately. It can take 24-48 hours before you can walk on the area
that has had the concrete repairs and a lengthy 6 days before your car can be
driven onto it. Ensure that you have made alternative arrangements to park your
truck as it could be up to 48 days after the concrete repairs were finished
before you can bring your big rig onto it.About the Author Daniel Roshard is an
interior designer fascinated by outdoor architecture, he is currently studying
public parks and outdoor design. Daniel is writing articles about concrete and
landscaping issues. You can read his latest work on Concrete Repair here.

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