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Old October 18th, 2004, 12:26 AM
Carol Frilegh
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My new Cuisinart is my best diet buddy. At first I thought it would
simply give my kitchen a little authenticity even if it never plugged
in, but a few library books later ("Process This" by Jean Anderson)
found me shredding, chopping, making purees and coming up with first
class food that excelled in texture and in no time at all. Here's
tonight's main course. If you still cling to low fat dieting, you will
love it. On the other hand if you realize that healthy dietary fats are
good, you can allocate them to another selection.

Stuffed Chicken Rolls

For each serving:

1- 6 oz. skinless boneless "pounded" chicken cutlet
1/4 onion
1 med Portobello mushroom
fresh oregano and sage
fresh chopped parsley
olive oil in sprayer
salt and pepper to taste
2 cubes fresh pineapple chopped

Preheat oven to 350.Heat a skillet sprayed with olive oil.
Process mushroom and onions (cut in pieces first)in food processor
pulsing with metal blade until coarsley chopped. Add herbs and
seasoning. Saute in skillet 5-10 minutes stirring often. Add pineapple.


Place raw chicken breast on foil, top with stuffing and roll tightly in
the foil securing the ends. Place on toaster oven tray or cookie sheet
and cook for 35 minutes. Remove from pan and allow to cool five minutes
before unwrapping. You can pour drippings over the chicken roll as they
will be almost entiirely fat free.

Beets with orange Puree

1 medium beet, peeled
1 whole orange peeled and sectioned

SUsing shredding disk in food processor, shred beets. Simmer in boiling
water 15 minutes until tender. drain well. puree orange sections in
food processor. Drain beets and divide into two servinge. Top with
orange puree.

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Diva
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There is no substitute for the right food
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Old October 18th, 2004, 12:44 AM
JMA
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"Carol Frilegh" wrote in message
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My new Cuisinart is my best diet buddy. At first I thought it would
simply give my kitchen a little authenticity even if it never plugged
in, but a few library books later ("Process This" by Jean Anderson)
found me shredding, chopping, making purees and coming up with first
class food that excelled in texture and in no time at all. Here's
tonight's main course. If you still cling to low fat dieting, you will
love it. On the other hand if you realize that healthy dietary fats are
good, you can allocate them to another selection.


My husband bought me a Cuisinart for my birthday in 2003 (at my request).
It even has a bread blade to mix dough. I love it.

Jenn


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Old October 18th, 2004, 03:06 AM
Barbara Hirsch
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On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 19:26:59 -0400, Carol Frilegh
wrote:

My new Cuisinart is my best diet buddy.


I'll buy one if someone else will do the cooking!


Barbara Hirsch, Publisher
OBESITY MEDS AND RESEARCH NEWS
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Old October 18th, 2004, 10:48 AM
Carol Frilegh
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In article , Barbara Hirsch
wrote:

On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 19:26:59 -0400, Carol Frilegh
wrote:

My new Cuisinart is my best diet buddy.


I'll buy one if someone else will do the cooking!

The beauty of it is that I became that someone else and it speeds up
things considerably. It felt very 'accomplished' to suddenly be an
adept cook and know the food was both tasty and fine for a diet.

--
Diva
******
There is no substitute for the right food
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Old October 18th, 2004, 10:48 AM
Carol Frilegh
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In article , Barbara Hirsch
wrote:

On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 19:26:59 -0400, Carol Frilegh
wrote:

My new Cuisinart is my best diet buddy.


I'll buy one if someone else will do the cooking!

The beauty of it is that I became that someone else and it speeds up
things considerably. It felt very 'accomplished' to suddenly be an
adept cook and know the food was both tasty and fine for a diet.

--
Diva
******
There is no substitute for the right food
 




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