Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge explains how to diet by keeping all of the good stuff and none of the boring stuff.
Tom Kerridge has positively transformed his life over the past year: he shed over one hundred and forty pounds and got his weight firmly under control. How has he done it? Not via 'clean eating', nor by denying himself some of his favorite foods. He has cut down on carbs and booze, and has increased his intake of protein, fruit and vegetables, whilst retaining his signature flavors and big, bold, hearty dishes.
This book reveals Tom's story, his five-step program, and his go-to recipes that help with weight loss in a no-compromise, no-nonsense way. Think warm salads, sumptuous steaks (with no fries), delicious dark chocolate desserts and lots more . . . It's win-win!
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About the Author
Tom Kerridge worked as a chef in restaurants across Britain before taking over a rundown pub in the town of Marlow. He opened The Hand & Flowers with his wife Beth in 2005, and it went on to become the first pub in the world to acquire two Michelin stars. In 2014 he opened The Coach. As well as hosting his own BBC television series, Tom has recently been at the helm of the BBC's Food & Drink and Spring Kitchen series, and appears regularly on Saturday Kitchen, Great British Menu and MasterChef.
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