“I love this cookbook! I have purchased several cookbooks with the low-carb, high-fat recipes that support a ketogenic diet and this is by far my favorite. The recipes are very accessible and don’t include a lot of specialty ingredients.”
—Sarah, Amazon Verified Purchase Review
For many of us, the idea of dieting conveys unpleasant notions of flavorless piles of lettuce and overpriced freezer meals. But the secret to losing weight isn’t starving yourself or eating processed “diet food.” With Bacon & Butter: The Ultimate Ketogenic Diet Cookbook you’ll begin dropping pounds immediately—and learn how to keep them off for good—by following a low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet packed with tasty, wholesome meals that you’ll love.
Your journey towards a healthier life and slimmer waistline begins here and now, with useful features such as:
- 150 delicious ketogenic diet recipes that will keep your body in ketosis, complete with nutritional information for each recipe
- Clear guidance on what ketosis is and which foods are truly keto-friendly
- Knowledgeable guidance from Celby Richoux who has experienced firsthand the incredible, transformative results of the ketogenic diet
- Ideas for how to stick to your new ketogenic diet—from common social situations like office parties to holiday dinners
Whether you’ve come to keto through the guidance of your doctor or you’re looking for a sustainable way to lose weight, Bacon and Butter is your complete ketogenic diet resource for keeping your diet on track and your taste buds happy.
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A celebration of family recipes and the perfect gift for Mother’s Day.
From the beloved, best-selling author of All Over but the Shoutin’, a delectable, rollicking food memoir, cookbook, and loving tribute to a region, a vanishing history, a family, and, especially, to his mother. Including seventy-four mouthwatering Bragg family recipes for classic southern dishes passed down through generations.
Margaret Bragg does not own a single cookbook. She measures in “dabs” and “smidgens” and “tads” and “you know, hon, just some.” She cannot be pinned down on how long to bake corn bread (“about 15 to 20 minutes, depending on the mysteries of your oven”). Her notion of farm-to-table is a flatbed truck. But she can tell you the secrets to perfect mashed potatoes, corn pudding, redeye gravy, pinto beans and hambone, stewed cabbage, short ribs, chicken and dressing, biscuits and butter rolls. Many of her recipes, recorded here for the first time, pre-date the Civil War, handed down skillet by skillet, from one generation of Braggs to the next. In The Best Cook in the World, Rick Bragg finally preserves his heritage by telling the stories that framed his mother’s cooking and education, from childhood into old age. Because good food always has a good story, and a recipe, writes Bragg, is a story like anything else.