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Japanese Healthy Cuisine

Japanese Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:50

Just because the food comes to us from across the Pacific doesn’t mean the same rules don’t apply. Once again, when you choose Japanese, stay away from the deep fried dishes such as tempura, tonkatsu (deep fried pork), torikatsu (deep fried chicken), and katsudon (deep fried pork, onion, ...

Chinese Healthy Cuisine

Chinese Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:48

Let’s start off by listing some of the more obvious no no’s: Fried wontons, fried noodles, fried egg rolls, Egg Foo Young (66 percent of calories from fat and 400 milligrams of cholesterol per serving), too much soy sauce or teriyaki sauce (a mere 1/4 teaspoon of soy ...

Mexican Healthy Cuisine

Mexican Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:46

The first choice confronting anyone planning a Tex Mex type meal is flour versus corn tortillas. They are different in more ways than just color. The flour-type has the four-letter “L” word in it LARD . Flour tortillas have up to 150 calories each, compared with corn ...

Greek Healthy Cuisine

Greek Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:38

What can I say. The Greeks Cuisine like their meat, olive oil, butter, and creamy dressings. What I remember clearest of this Greek restaurant I went to in Holland  was that I have never seen as much cooked meat on one plate before in my entire life ....

Italian Healthy Cuisine

Italian Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:32

If I could eat my way through any country it would be Italy, no question. Mostly because of the two “P” words pizza and Pasta. (I don’t care what the food critics say. In my article, pasta is still “IN.” ) I know, pizza is different over ...

French Healthy Cuisine

French Healthy Cuisine

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 14:29

While thumbing through my Mastering the Art of French Cooking cookbook by Julia Child, I couldn’t help but notice that if you have to describe the “art of French cooking” in four words or less, they would be “eggs, butter, cream, and salt .” They’re in almost ...

Cottage Cheese Benefits

Cottage Cheese Benefits

Tuesday, January 5, 2010 14:21

Low fat cottage cheese is certainly not one of the more glamorous dairy products in the market today. But it quite possibly could have the most promising future amidst the rising low fat furor in America . I’m asking you to look beyond the “diet food” stereotype ...