Low fat, big taste! Good Housekeeping is serving up 400 delicious, nutritious, and healthful recipes for anyone looking to reduce saturated fat in their diet. Even though all these scrumptious dishes have 10% or fewer calories from saturated fat, the menu includes such favorites as a lightened-up Chicken Parmesan, Chutney-Glazed Shrimp with Lentils, Slow-Braised Beef Ragu, and Hot and Spicy Pork Noodles. In addition to these flavorful, triple-tested, and easy-to-prepare creations, readers will also get tips on how to calculate fat content in any recipe as well as vital info on good fats vs. bad fats.
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An award-winning chef and well-known journalist, Susan Westmoreland produces Good Housekeeping's food features. She also manages the Test Kitchen as Food Director, where the hundreds of recipes that appear in the magazine each year are developed and perfected through triple-testing. She has also made numerous appearance on the TODAY show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, and on Food Network television. She was named the James Beard Foundation's Editor of the Year.
Good Housekeeping magazine is an American icon of consumer protection and quality assurance. Each issue reaches 24 million readers and, with 15 editions published worldwide, is an internationally recognized brand.