Guy Gourmet: Great Chefs’ Best Meals for a Lean & Healthy Body

By | December 14, 2015

Man cannot live on bread alone. He also needs chili and steak, tacos and jambalaya, barbecued ribs and burgers. But what about keeping body and mind in top-notch condition? How do you satisfy your appetite and stay lean and healthy?

From Adina Steiman, the food and nutrition editor of Men’s Health, and Paul Kita, who oversees the Guy Gourmet blog on, comes GUY GOURMET: Great Chefs’ Amazing Meals for a Lean & Healthy Body, the ultimate guide to crafting easy, delicious meals at home.

GUY GOURMET, the first-ever cookbook from Men’s Health magazine, features more than 150 healthy, delicious recipes, many from the best chefs in the nation – including Thomas Keller, Rick Bayless, Kenny Callaghan, Tyler Florence, Adam Perry Lang, Chris Lilly, Anita Lo, Masaharu Morimoto, Seamus Mullen, Eric Ripert, John Stage and Marcus Samuelsson.

Written for seasoned cooks and beginners alike, GUY GOURMET satisfies readers’ hunger with nutrient-packed, soul-satisfying dishes like Steak au Poivre with Roast Potatoes, Crab Cakes, Grilled Fish Tacos with Chipotle Crema, Backyard Baby Back Ribs and more.

Highlights of GUY GOURMET include:

– Fast Weeknight Meals: Instead of takeout, try these fast, protein-packed, delicious dinners
– Cooking for a Crowd: Round up the crew for big-batch meals designed to feed the masses
– Celebration Meals: Craft holiday meals that won’t wipe out or weigh down readers (or their guests)
– A Guide to Imbibing: Pair the right beers and wines with food; make cocktails a breeze and more
– Date Night Meals: Impress her with failsafe recipes and chef-worthy tricks
– How to Master the Grill: Learn all the skills you need to become a backyard grilling champ

In addition to tons of great recipes and cooking techniques, the 320-page manual packs in all the basics on essential cooking equipment and tools, tips on stocking a pantry, organizing a fridge, and more. And throughout, quick kitchen tricks on how to flip a flapjack, roll dough with a wine bottle, and zest a lime will transform any hungry guy into a confident home cook.

A Sample of the Delicious Recipes in Guy Gourmet

New Orleans Jambalaya

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Taco Night

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<Taco Night Recipe

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Build a Better Hot Dog

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Kebab Recipes

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Product Features

  • Includes recipes from Thomas Keller, Rick Bayless, Kenny Callaghan, Tyler Florence, Adam Perry Lang, Chris Lilly, Anita Lo, Masaharu Morimoto, Seamus Mullen, Eric Ripert, John Stage and Marcus Samuelsson
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Macmillan

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Lemon Magic on 12/14/2015 at 14:00.

Good collection, but recycles a lot of recipes from other MH books and magazines The promise in the copy about this being MH’s “first cookbook” is very misleading.I can attest that most of the recipes in this collection are relatively easy to make and taste pretty good, but if you’ve bought any previous Men’s Health books (especially the “Eat This, Not That!” collections), you’ll find that almost all of the material in here has been recycled from those books and other hardbacks like “The 8 Hour Diet” and “Belly Off!” There’s some new copy, and a different design…

PipsGirl on 12/14/2015 at 14:13.

Purchased for Husband, Read it myself We recently moved into a new home with a very family friendly cooking area. My husband has been chopping, grilling, sauteing, and whipping up delicious meals for the last 3 months.I saw this advertised in my (yes, I get it for me) Men’s Health Magazine and thought it would be a great purchase for him. Of course I ordered it from Amazon because – hey! Who doesn’t love better prices and a Prime Membership shipping perk?!The style of writing in this cookbook is great. Very…

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