This Cookbook Will Not Kill You...Your Waistline Nor Your Taste Buds
This international cuisine cookbook contains recipes and entertaining stories from Wendy’s travels and childhood. Wendy believes cooking should be enjoyable; therefore, she offers user-friendly navigation, photos with each recipe, a conversion chart, and suitable substitutions. Enjoy the benefits of Wendy's motto, "To create and provide recipes which taste great without harm to your waist. More
This Cookbook Will Not Kill You… features the central themes of international cuisine and everything in moderation. Throughout your culinary journey, you will encounter entertaining stories from Wendy’s travels and her childhood, which directly influenced or inspired the recipes in this collection. Each recipe is healthy to relatively healthy and features a photo of the final product. Also included are incredibly helpful conversion charts, tips, and substitution possibilities. This unique cookbook also features user friendly navigation through interactive links to and from each recipe and the table of contents.
Throughout your navigation, you will see and learn how to make dishes such as Christmas Rice, Rustic Vichyssoise, Stuffed Roasted Red Peppers, Lemon Zucchini Gnocchi, Creamy Sweet Ricotta with Balsamic Strawberries, and Seasonal Fruit Two Ways. This cookbook will be appealing to meat eaters and vegetarians alike, as well as to foodies and beginners. This is not a diet cookbook; however, Wendy’s principal philosophy is “to create and provide recipes which taste great without harm to your waist.” This Cookbook is actually filled with interesting and somewhat non-traditional recipes, flavor, and nutrition; a rare combination.
Who is Wendy Wittmer and why has she created a cookbook? Wendy is an international businessperson by trade; however, her true passions are cooking and writing. Her mother had a catering company when she was growing up thrusting her into the cooking world at a very young age. She also worked in many restaurants over the years, some of great esteem and others simply fantastic learning experiences. Wendy has spent the past 15 years traveling to, and living in, other countries and various regions throughout the US. While she is not a professional chef, she cooks nearly every day, often with people from all over the world, and has done so now for nearly 10 years. She may not have formal training; however, she has plenty of life experiences, which have greatly influenced her cooking and recipes, and is eager to share each one, well most of them, with everyone.