You Won’t Believe It’s Low-Calorie!
From that moist Corn Muffin you grab for breakfast, to your creamy Eggplant Parmesan for lunch, to your Sesame Chicken & Lo Mein for dinner… enjoy all your favorite dishes, now surprisingly low in calories!
Powerhouse food personality Victoria Dwek, considered one of today’s top kosher food writers, released her seventh cookbook on May 22, 2017. Only a week later, Secrets of Skinny Cooking shot up to #5 on Amazon.com’s Best Sellers list in its category. So naturally, Dwek’s huge fan base is flocking to Kosher.com to get the skinny on the latest healthy summer recipes.
On the popular website’s brand new channel, “Skinny Cooking,” Dwek shares recipes and secrets for mouthwatering entrees and delectable desserts from fettuccini to cheesecake, and promises that no one will suspect these rich, satisfying treats are low-calorie.
“Skinny Cooking” is just one of the shows hosted by kosher celebrity chefs and experts on Kosher.com, the premier hub for kosher cooking and conversation. Others include “Employees Only: Restaurant TakeAways” with Jamie Geller, “Renee’s Table” with Renee Muller, “Sunny Side Up!” with Naomi Nachman, “Shabbos with Yussi” featuring Yussi Weisz, “Swirl” with Jay Buchsbaum, and “Under the Hood” with Gabe Garcia, to name a few.
The conversation has already turned to summer eating on the Kosher.com community forum. People are sharing recipes, exchanging tips, and asking the experts for advice. The menu generator makes it a breeze to create customized menus for backyard BBQs, July 4 picnics, a day at the beach, and those lazy times when it’s just too hot to think about cooking. “Skinny Cooking” is inspiring people to bring lighter, healthier fare to the table. And Kosher.com’s massive recipe library is fully searchable, allowing users to find exactly what they need for any occasion.
Leah Gottheim, Vice President of Kosher.com, says the website’s unparalleled content makes it a one-stop shop for kosher cooks and foodies. “We cull from all the top names in the kosher food world – notable chefs, food bloggers, cook book authors – and from kosher home cooks around the world, with new recipes, articles, videos added every day.”
Gottheim adds that almost every recipe that ever appeared in the popular magazines Mishpacha, Bayis, Binah and Ami were recently made available on the website free of charge.
You can see all the skinny cooking videos here http://www.kosher.com/