Mediterranean Women Stay Slim, Too: Eating to Be Sexy, Fit, and Fabulous! by Melissa Kelly

Mediterranean Women Stay Slim, Too: Eating to Be Sexy, Fit, and Fabulous!

byMelissa Kelly

Paperback | April 3, 2007

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Mediterranean women live lives free from empty calories, empty diet promises, impossible standards, and a "say no to food" mentality. Thanks to the influence of cooking lessons in her Italian grandmother's kitchen, Melissa Kelly, co-owner and executive chef of Primo Restaurant, has learned how every woman can extract the essence of the Mediterranean spirit and make it uniquely her own.

She shares these lessons in Mediterranean Women Stay Slim, Too, along with more than one hundred diverse and mouth-watering recipes, as well as a detailed menu planner. While sampling everything from traditional Hummus to Prosciutto, Fennel, and Pear Salad with Persimmon Vinaigrette, you'll join women in enjoying the timeless, artful Mediterranean way of eating well and living a long, sensuous, beautiful life.

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Mediterranean women live lives free from empty calories, empty diet promises, impossible standards, and a "say no to food" mentality. Thanks to the influence of cooking lessons in her Italian grandmother's kitchen, Melissa Kelly, co-owner and executive chef of Primo Restaurant, has learned how every woman can extract the essence of the...

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Title:Mediterranean Women Stay Slim, Too: Eating to Be Sexy, Fit, and Fabulous!Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.76 inPublished:April 3, 2007Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060854227

ISBN - 13:9780060854225

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“[D]eliciously advances the proposition that the good life and the well life are not only compatible, but indivisible.”