Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP has counseled thousands of his patients on healthy, sustainable weight loss. Now he's compiled his best tips and recipes into a six-week plan for you to learn how to eat great food that just happens to be great for you - and if losing weight is your goal, you can do that, too.
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Just Tell Me What to Eat! takes the guesswork out of eating well. This 6-week plan emphasizes delicious, hearty meals, a Mediterranean-style diet, high-quality calories, and home cooking whenever possible. When you follow Dr. Harlan's basic food rules and balanced recipes, you really can eat delicious, familiar foods like Fettuccine Alfredo with Shrimp and Broccoli, Philly Cheese Steak and Red Beans and Rice. Find out more about Just Tell Me What to Eat!
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I'm a fan of breakfast. Those of you who follow Dr. Gourmet know how important breakfast is. In fact, I think that breakfast is so important that I made it the first chapter of my new book, Just Tell Me What To Eat.
I am a fan of having cereal for breakfast and this may come from my parents. They were eating healthy cereals before it was really fashionable. There were always things like Shredded Wheat, Grape Nuts and 100% Bran Flakes around the house. I loved the large shredded wheat biscuits and when I was a teenager thought that they were quite cool to eat in that quirky way of "I'm eating large wheat biscuits so I must be a hipster." They really are, however, quite tasty and when the bite sized version came along I would have a bowl of them as a snack, thinking that was pretty hip too. Lying With Statistics: Kellogg's Does It So Well
If you are going to cook this recipe on the same day you make it, the best choice for the meat would be better quality sirloin or a similar tender cut. If you are marinating overnight, using a less tender cut like top round or flank steak will be just as good - and a lot less expensive - but just as tasty.
I'm a cook, OK? The Joy of Cooking is my favorite book. All month long on my commute to work, I study the recipes in Southern Living and the Penzy's Spice catalog. I have fun testing whatever recipes strike my fancy. My husband prefers to eat my meals at home. And not surprisingly, one of our favorite activities is having friends over for a great dinner (and drinks). This is not a diet! This is a menu plan for living well!
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