Good Mood Food Paperback
by Donal Skehan
If you could improve your mood, sleeping patterns, energy levels, and mental state tomorrow, in one quick and simple step, you would, right?
Eating the right foods can do that and more for you.
Keeping an open mind and a positive approach to what you eat is one of the most important steps when it comes to improving your health.
The Good Mood Food approach to cooking is by no means rocket science, but it is straightforward and full of health benefits.
With delicious recipes for Gazpacho Salad, Sesame Chicken Satay Skewers, Real Baked Beans with Focaccia, Apple and Oatmeal Muffins, Ginger Lemon and Honey Tea, Baked Dill and Garlic Salmon, Baked Pears with Spiced Honey and Peanut Butter Cookies amog others Good Mood Food is a healthy delight!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages, 160 Plates, color
- Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/09/2009
- ISBN: 9781856356299
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Review by wyvernfriend
Four stars for now until I test some of the recipies. With ingredients available locally to me and amazing recipies I can't wait to try. Many of the recipies are also on his blog!
Review by UnderMyAppleTree
Simple, healthy homecooking is exactly what you will find in Good Mood Food. The recipes are simple with easy to understand instructions and beautiful pictures. They use fresh, healthy ingredients and most are readily available.The book is divided into sections such as breakfast foods, main dishes, snacks and desserts. I liked the layout. Each recipe was on one page on the right with a full color picture of the finished recipe on the left page. Turn the page and you move on to the next one. Unfortunately the type of binding used does not allow the book to stay open. A perfect cookbook, for me, is one that will lay flat on the table so I can reference the instructions and ingredients while I’m cooking.This book was published in Europe so I had to translate temperature and measurements but that was not a problem and shouldn’t deter anyone from trying these recipes. I used one of the many conversion sites on the net, Traditional Oven is one of my favorites, to convert the measurements.There are a number of recipes that I want to try. The first one I choose was Apple and Oatmeal Muffins. I made a few modifications substituting cow’s milk for goat’s milk and added a little more cinnamon. Delicious.