For those seeking dietary changes but not a complete diet overhaul, Everyday Healthy Cookbook gives home cooks the tools to navigate healthy eating with more than 100 fresh and nutrient-rich recipes that feature whole foods and great flavor.
Providing recipes for a nourishing diet that includes breakfasts, sides, lean protein and vegetable-forward entrees, grains, and even desserts, Everyday Healthy Cookbook serves as an informative guide to those seeking to change, enhance, or better understand their nutrition—and incorporate healthy eating habits into daily meals.
Featuring flavorful twists on recipes like Seared Cauliflower Steaks with Olive-Caper Gremolata and Mustard Dill Turkey Burgers, Everyday Healthy also provides nutritious no-fuss classics such as Loaded Avocado Toast, and Coconut Macarons. Without having to invest in cookbooks promoting specific diets, home cooks can create a wide-range of dishes that allows them to take charge of their diet in a way that works for their lifestyle.
Dana Jacobi apprenticed with three-star chefs in France and is the award-winning author of fifteen cookbooks, including six for Williams-Sonoma. She has written numerous articles that have appeared in O: The Oprah Magazine, Cooking Light, and The New York Times, among other publications.
In addition to her personal blog, Dana Dish, she also writes the blog Something Different for the American Institute for Cancer Research.
Dana Jacobi consults with food companies to help create products, recipes, and website content. She lives in New York City.