Claire Robinson, the new Food Network star of 5 Ingredient Fix and Food Network Challenge, helps people get dinner on the table with little fuss and a few great ingredients.
The quest for simple, affordable, and fresh, mouthwatering food is over. 5 INGREDIENT FIX helps put delicious and sophisticated meals on the table in a snap. With people struggling to simplify, streamline, and budget, the Food Network's Claire Robinson is here to help.
Cooking doesn't have to be complicated to be impressive. From breakfast treats like Brioche French Toast with Strawberries and Cream to no-fuss meals like Grown-up Grilled Cheese and Iceberg Wedges with Buttermilk Dressing, to a romantic dinner of Grilled Scallops with Saffron Aioli and Green Goddess Rice, all of Robinson's recipes have five or fewer ingredients. A quick trip to the supermarket for one bag of groceries, and a delicious, restaurant-quality meal can be on the table in no time.
A groundbreaking, change-your-body (for good!) weight loss program from fitness guru and personal trainer to the stars, Tracy Anderson.
Based on 10 years of scientific research and experience getting A-list stars including Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow as well as everyday people, red-carpet-ready, Anderson has developed a unique 30-day diet and workout routine that reshapes the body and defies genetics to tone the muscles and drop the pounds. Anderson's program is composed of a groundbreaking three-tiered approach, including a mat workout and cardio routine targeting the all-important accessory muscles, an exclusive 30-day meal plan, complete with dozens of delicious recipes, and an instructional DVD.
Whether she's a bombshell Joanie, a mod Peggy, or a classic Betty, Mad Men's award-winning designer will help every woman look gorgeous.
From Joanie's Marilyn Monroe-esque pencil skirts to Betty's classic Grace Kelly cupcake dresses, the clothes worn by the characters in Mad Men have captivated fans everywhere. Emmy® Award-winning costume designer Janie Bryant offers readers a peek into the dress- ing room, revealing her design process, and showing every woman how to find her own leading lady style—whether it's vintage, modern, or bohemian. Bryant offers advice to ensure that a woman's clothes convey her personality, and reveals the 10 essentials every woman should own. So the ladies don't leave their men behind, there's even a section on making them look a little more Don Draper-dashing.
Laurie David, the producer of An Inconvenient Truth, wants to help overwhelmed families sit down to dinner, and provides all the reasons, recipes, and fun ways to do so.
Research has proven that everything we worry about as parents—from drugs to alcohol, to obesity, and academic achievement—can all be improved by the simple act of eating and talking together around the table. Laurie has written a practical, inspirational, fun (and, of course, green) guide to the most important hour in any parent's day. Chock-fullchapters include: Over 75 kid-approved recipes; tips on teaching green values; conversation starters; games to play to help even the shyest family member become engaged; ways to express gratitude; the family dinner after divorce (hint: keep eating together) and much more. Filled with moving memories and advice from the country's experts and teachers, this book will get everyone away from electronic screens.