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To Serve with Love
by Carnie Wilson, Cindy Pearlman
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To Serve with Love

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date August 2005
ISBN 1-4019-0602-8

Product Description

Author and entertainer Carnie Wilson brings you a beautiful, inspirational, lifestyle cookbook that's a celebration of our love affair with cooking, as well as the enjoyment we get out of eating meals that have been prepared for us. This books will stir up universal feelings about food, life, love and having the "home plate" advantate becuase—yes, it's true—anyone can be a good cook! In other words, dinner out is fine, but the real culinary adventures start in our kitchens.

The recipe portion of this cookbook is suited for anyone who loves comforting, delicious meals. It also features lower-fat or lower-sugar variations of some of these outstanding dishes. Carnie also sets the entire scene with music, candles, and flowers—the little, inexpensive, but meaningful touches that round out the perfect dining experience.

Includes a chapter featuring gastric-bypass nutrition tips. Large format book: 11.5" x 9" with color photos throughout.

About the Author

 

Born the daughter of Beach Boy legend Brian Wilson, Carnie Wilson has overcome a lifelong struggle with obesity to achieve personal satisfaction, professional success, and new dimensions of physical and emotional health. As a young child growing up in the fast lane, Carnie turned to food for comfort. As she grew into adulthood and achieved success with the multiplatinum pop group Wilson Phillips, her dysfunctional relationship with food led to life-threatening morbid obesity. In the summer of 1999, she made the dramatic decision to undergo state-of-the-art weight-loss surgery live over the Internet. Over the next two years, her life was transformed as she lost more than 150 pounds, married the man of her dreams, and fashioned a new future of exciting career opportunities. Carnie and her husband, Rob, are living in Los Angeles with their three dogs—and are looking forward to extending their family soon. Now dedicated to helping others, Carnie is a spokesperson for Spotlight Health, a group of dedicated celebrities, medical experts, and media and marketing specialists whose goal is to dramatically enhance consumer and physician awareness of vital health issues.

About the Author

 

Cindy Pearlman is a nationally syndicated writer for the New York Times Syndicate and the Chicago Sun-Times. Her work has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Premiere, People, Ladies’ Home Journal, McCall’s, Seventeen, Movieline, and Cinescape. Over the past 15 years, she has interviewed Hollywood’s biggest stars, who appear in her column, “The Big Picture.” Cindy is the co-author of Simple Things and Love Notes (with Jim Brickman); It’s Not about the Horse (with Wyatt Webb); Born Knowing (with John Holland); Flex Ability (with Flex Wheeler); and I’m Still Hungry and To Serve with Love (with Carnie Wilson), as well as many other works with and for celebrity authors.