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The As Seen on TV Cookbook: Healthy, Low-Calorie Recipes for Cooking with Americas Favorite Kitchen Gizmos and Gadgets Lori Baird

The As Seen on TV Cookbook: Healthy, Low-Calorie Recipes for Cooking with Americas Favorite Kitchen Gizmos and Gadgets

Lori Baird

Published January 8th 2004
ISBN : 9781578261604
Paperback
192 pages
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 About the Book 

Its time to start cooking—with The As Seen on TV Cookbook! Break out the Pasta Pro. Fire up the George Foreman Grill. And rev up your Ronco Rotisserie Oven. When was the last time cooking was this easy—or this much fun?Weve all seen these greatMoreIts time to start cooking—with The As Seen on TV Cookbook! Break out the Pasta Pro. Fire up the George Foreman Grill. And rev up your Ronco Rotisserie Oven. When was the last time cooking was this easy—or this much fun?Weve all seen these great gadgets. You probably even have some in your home. In fact, 29 percent of Americans have purchased products sold on TV. But how many people know how to make full, delicious meals with great timesaving machines like the George Foreman Grill?Now, theres The As Seen on TV Cookbook, the first comprehensive book bringing together mouth-watering recipes for all of our favorite cooking gadgets. You wont believe this incredible collection of over 150 family-pleasing recipes!Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks—The As Seen on TV Cookbook has it all. Start the day off right with Spiced Donuts made in the Donut Express—healthier and cheaper than store-bought! Need a great menu for a dinner party—but still want to be able to spend time with your guests? Whip up some quick and delicious Coconut-Grilled Swordfish on your George Foreman Grill—and have them begging for more!But wait, theres more! The As Seen on TV Cookbook also includes such extras as a nutritional analysis for each recipe and fun facts and trivia about all the gadgets, their inventors--and the infomercials that made them famous! Did you know that the first infomerical was for the Vita-Mix blender in 1950? Or that Ron Popeils Veg-O-Matic II is enshrined in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution? With The As Seen on TV Cookbook youll get quirky facts like these—and more!The As Seen on TV Cookbook features 150 recipes for such well-loved products as: Donut Express • George Foreman Lean Mean Contact Roasting Machine • George Foreman Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine • Jack LaLanne Power Juicer • Pasta Pro • Perfect Pancake • Ronco Showtime Rotisserie & Barbecue Oven • Turbo Cooker • Vita-Mix