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by Sara Corpening Whiteford,Mary Corpening Barber,Amy Neunsinger,Lori Lyn Narlock
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Beverages & Wine
  • Author:
    Sara Corpening Whiteford,Mary Corpening Barber,Amy Neunsinger,Lori Lyn Narlock
  • ISBN:
    0811823806
  • ISBN13:
    978-0811823807
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    Chronicle Books (March 1, 1999)
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    Beverages & Wine
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Mary Corpening Barber is the best-selling coauthor of Smoothies and Wraps (0-8118-1812-8)along with her sister Sara, who are the .

Mary Corpening Barber is the best-selling coauthor of Smoothies and Wraps (0-8118-1812-8)along with her sister Sara, who are the owners of Thymes Two Catering in San Francisco. With the subtitle of the deck being "50 recipes for high-energy refreshment" I was surprised to see things with alcohol and sweet dessert-only type smoothies.

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Discover ideas about High Energy. Find the recipe on BetterMeforLife. com The sweetness of chocolate helps to take the edge off of the kale in this chocolate cucumber pear green smoothie. Besides who doesn't like chocolate? Find the recipe on BetterMeforLife.

Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford are identical twin sisters and the acclaimed owners of Thymes Two Catering in San Francisco. Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford are identical twin sisters and the acclaimed owners of Thymes Two Catering in San Francisco. Armstrong is a Seattle-based photographer whose work has been published in Travel & Leisure and elsewhere. Amy Neunsinger has had her photographs have featured in Martha Stewart Living, Travel & Leisure, Glamour, Buzz, Los Angeles Magazine, and Health.

This smoothie's rich, creamy, magenta appearance reflects its intense berry flavor. Adapted from "Smoothies: 50 Recipes for High-Energy Refreshment" by Mary Corpening Barber, Sara Corpening, and Lori Lyn Narlock. 9 Quick and Easy Winter Superfood Smoothie Recipes. 15 Smoothie Recipes That Will Mask the Taste of Kale. 10 Green Smoothie Recipes That Will Make You Love Your Vegetables. 1 ½ cups low-fat boysenberry yogurt.

Find nearly any book by Sara Corpening Whiteford

Find nearly any book by Sara Corpening Whiteford. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Sara Corpening Whiteford, Mary Corpening Barber, Lori Lyn Narlock, Carin Krasner. ISBN 9780811824187 (978-0-8118-2418-7) Hardcover, Chronicle Books, 1999. Super Smoothies: 50 Recipes for Health and Energy. by Sara Corpening Whiteford, Mary Corpening Barber.

by Sara Corpening Whiteford, Lori Lyn Narlock, Mary Corpening Barber. It is in full-color with photos of many of the smoothies. This wonderful book is packed with delicious recipes for blended fruit drinks that are good for you too. Conveniently, complete nutritional information is given, including fat, protein, fiber, sodium, calcium and much more. The book starts out with a fruit glossary describing each fruit, its nutritional value and its health benefits. Other ingredients such as tofu, peanut butter and milk products as well as additives like bee pollen are also discussed in detail.

Though all the smoothies in this book were developed with the goal of. .

Though all the smoothies in this book were developed with the goal of promoting good health, the most important requirement we had for every recipe was that it taste great. No smoothie, no matter how healthy, will do much good if you don’t want to drink it. In this book, flavor always comes first. You’ll find recipes for 50 absolutely irresistible smoothies that will nourish your mind, body, and soul. So plug in your blender and drink to your health. Super Smoothies are here.

Thirst-quenching smoothies are the quintessential modern refreshment and a cinch to make at home. Based on Smoothies (0-8118-1648-6over 105,000 copies sold!), The Smoothies Deck features 50 sure-fire recipes for blended fruit drinks. Shown in tempting photos, Cool Hand Lime, Mango Madness, and the Sunset Sipper are just the beginning! The sturdy cards travel easy and clean up fast. Punch blend, frappe, or mixits all delicious with The Smoothies Deck.

Zuser
I am a cookbook collector and this new "card deck" style was very appealing to me. There are many delicious recipes and this card format is very easy to use when mixing up drinks (can't close itself in the middle of my mixing the drink, etc.). The recipes are easy to read and storing this deck of recipe cards in its' own little box holder doesn't take up much space in the kitchen. It is easy to store right next to your drinking glasses inside the cabinet. Most cards have beautiful photographs of the featured smoothie. The cards show the photo or a graphic on one side and then the recipe is on the other side.
My complaints have to do with some formatting and organization issues. First, if these recipes were in a book they'd be categorized and separated by chapters. When these recipes transitioned to a card deck format, the author did not use any kind of organization method to distinguish one type of smoothie from the other. With the subtitle of the deck being "50 recipes for high-energy refreshment" I was surprised to see things with alcohol and sweet dessert-only type smoothies. (That subtitle is a bit deceiving, and given that this deck is shrink-wrapped in plastic preventing browsing before buying, it is a little more bothersome to me.) But that is fine, I am interested in these smoothies, but would rather see some kind of categorization. For example: every single card has a teal background with the words in white font. Why not color-code the backgrounds by category such as "sweet dessert smoothies", "meal in a glass (very nutritive in nature)", "high energy", and "alcoholic"? All that would be needed is one background color for each type. Another idea would be to have small icons/symbols to note which type of smoothie it is, possibly near the top of the card so we can shuffle through quickly for the type of drink we want to make. As they are now, the only way to tell one smoothie type from another is to read through the ingredient list.
Fun, useful and delicious recipes!
Lianeni
While the combinations may become dated in time (read: somewhat trendy), right now they sing. And the recipes are well-tested, which is very important to me in a cookbook. You can tell that they are because every smoothie I've tried has been just super. Some of the ingredients are a bit difficult to find but I have had fun seeking out mango nectar and the like. It's been worth the trouble.
One reviewer didn't like that the background color is the same on every card and, after thinking about it, I have to agree, but that doesn't detract from the experience too much in my view. I really love that I can search for a smoothie I'd like to try and I can stick the card on the 'fridge with a magnet until I can get around to making it. The handiness is such a treat.
The graphics on the verso of the cards are so attractive, the cards are a nice heavy weight and they have smooth, rounded corners. The colors are bright and smart. They feel great in the hand. These cards are definitely a keeper.
Lailace
Smoothies are a quick snack pick-me-up, or a simple breakfast idea. Do you crave a fruity, cool drink on a hot summer day? Want to add more fruit to your kid's diet? Smoothies just might be your answer!

Contained in this cute, colorful book are 50 recipes and full color photos of most recipes. Also included at the end of the book is nutrient information with each recipe, and there is even a chapter on alcoholic smoothies. This edition is made even better by the addition of the cards that are easily accessible in a pinch.

Some of my favorites include: ABC Smoothie (with apricot, coconut milk, & banana), Starburst, Cranzania, Polynesian Power Punch, Cookies & Cream, Raspberry Cappuccino, and Sunset Sipper. Enjoy!
Snowseeker
I have given this book as a gift four times. No kidding, and in my collection of some three hundred cookbooks, I don't think I've made over 1/2 the recipes in any book other than this one.
I first got this book in an attempt to get more produce into a picky child. It has worked extremely well to this end, but has also just been a boon for light summer time meals and snacks.
The most important technique to learn from this book is to prepare and freeze your fruit beforehand, making it unnecessary to add ice to your smoothie. One you get the hang of it, it is easy to always pick up some extra produce when shopping and freeze it in a single layer on a cookie sheet, and store it for later. You can keep a variety of fruits available this way. Out of fruits we had on hand this week we've made the 'Pea-Pine-Fu' (peaches, pineapple, tofu, white grape juice), and the 'Sweet Cherry-ot' (peaches, cherries, cherry juice, raspberry sorbet). I did have to buy two flavors of fruit juices to make these, however. Some careful and creative substituting could probably help keep you from having too many juices in the fridge. Regarding the fruit, the authors instruct you to peel most before freezing, but with fruit such as peaches, I leave the peel on for the added fiber. It does not seem to detract from the flavor or texture of the smoothie. Neither does using firm tofu instead of soft, but I would definitely stick with the silken type.
Probably the most frustrating thing about the book is that you may have made one recipe that calls for peach sorbet, and the next recipe calls for strawberry. The easy solution of course is to interchange sorbet flavors, which in some cases may impact the flavor of the smoothie. Sadly, I don't use the book much during the winter. Anybody planning to write a book about hot smoothies?
Cheber
All I wanted was a basic strawberry smoothie recipie, but this book did not offer it. If you like wild and different flavors, than this is your book. Not for the basic smoothie drinks that I was hoping for.
Gozragore
What a great little book that makes such good smoothies! The instructions and ingredients are easy to read and the smoothies are easy to make (healthy too!). An essential cookbook.
Shakataxe
I haven't really been into smoothies before, but now that I have found these recipes, I'm making about one a day. Some of the ingredients sent me into the dusty corners of the grocery store, but these smoothies are very tasty.