Meals for Two

Bored with low carb eating?

Do you feel like you’re eating the same thing over and over and it’s all boring while trying to maintain a low carb lifestyle?  You don’t have to be.  Low carb recipes can be just as exciting and delicious as any recipe.  This book can help you discover the variety.

About the Book

Living a low carb life style doesn’t mean your meals have to be boring with the same old salad day after day.  This cookbook is filled with recipes I used while I was losing weight and continue to use to maintain the loss.  It offers over a dozen recipes in each chapter for appetizers, breakfast, brunch, side dishes, breads, desserts and over two dozen dinner options.  The book includes photos of all the foods and nutrition information on each dish.

All recipes are written with two to four people in mind, so you don’t have four days worth of food to eat day after day or store in the ‘fridge or freezer.  But they are easily doubled to feed more people.

Enjoy great dinners like pork and butternut squash, salmon and bacon, chicken with chopped crookneck squash and other creative ways to have favorite meals cooked without high starch items, such as potatoes, pasta and rice.

While some of the bread recipes require low carb flours, most can be made with nut flours that you can purchase at your grocery store.  Any recipes that require sugar can use the sugar substitute of your choice.


About the Author

Rene Averett, author and blogger


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Rene Averett blogs regularly on her Skinny Girl Bistro site where she shares information about low carb foods, living a low carb lifestyle and many recipes. This is her first cookbook and it came about by the necessity of adapting recipes to her low carb lifestyle.

Rene hails from El Paso, Texas a good many years ago. She has lived in Los Angeles and Las Vegas and has made her home in Reno, Nevada since 1977. The latter part of her career centered on doing technical writing for a large gaming manufacturer and she enjoyed it right up until her retirement. She is now pursuing her career as an author and e-book publisher under Pynhavyn Press. She is a member of the Fiction Writers Group and the High Sierra Writers.

She loves the view of both the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Virginia City Foothills from her house in South Reno that she shares with he14r long time companion, a dog, and four cats. She sometimes plays the guitar and sings Celtic and folk music, attempts a bit of gardening, loves to read and write fantasy, suspense romance and paranormal mystery novels.