This new cookbook follows the successful series and cookbook The Hairy Dieters How to Love food and lose weight and is filled with 80 delicious low-calorie recipes.
In this new book the boys give tips and techniques to help us develop recipes that do not add weight but are reduced in calories. A fine collection of diet recipes from the Hairy Bikers at a reasonable price.
Background: The boys Si and Dave, realised a year ago that they were heading to an early grave. They had become very much overweight, were taking medication for blood pressure and high cholesterol. So time for a radical change of direction and food was the key.
Jazz in New Orleans: Hairy Bikers’ Mississippi Adventure continues on the Good Food Channel at 9.00pm Sunday 16 September 2012 on Sky channel 247 in HD and Virgin TV channel 260. Review and recipe list below.
(Apologies but the UK TV webite links have now gone, please visit the Hairy Bikers site).
Week five with Jazz and back to New Orleans. Si is trying hard to convert Dave to enjoy jazz.
A place of unique flavours due to the different cultures in the city, where the different cultures each have their trademark dish.
We start with jambalya – throw in spicy sausage, chicken, green peppers, celery and onion. Add tomatoes – see the hairy biker’s jambalya recipe at their site.
The famous mardi-gras parade is over but you can still visit the amazing floats in their storage depot.
To a fire station kitchen for a spot of cooking at Mamita – a family owned restaurant. the famous . Si and Dave show us how to cook our own version of hot beef tamales.
Why not join Si and Dave as they bring you into their rambunctious world for an evening of laughter, high-jinks and just possibly a bit of cooking on the side! Audiences will be regaled with tales from their culinary expeditions, some hair-raising, many ridiculous and all of them shared in the Bikers’ inimitable style.
Cajun food and the people of Lafayette: Hairy Bikers’ Mississippi Adventure continues on the Good Food Channel at 9.00pm Sunday 9 September 2012 on Sky channel 247 in HD and Virgin TV channel 260. Review and recipe list below – see Hairy Biker’s links.
Week four is Layafette and Cajun food. How to make Bodain sausages a la Cajun style.
Next week 16 Sept 2012 Good Food channel at 9.00pm The bikers are back in New Orleans, where Si tries to convince Dave to enjoy jazz. They also cook some classic local dishes such as jambalaya and gumbo.
Next episode is Jazz in New Orleans due 16 Sept 2012.
Final episode is Country in Nashville due 23 Sept 2012.
Also, the Hairy Dieters How to Lose Weight:
The guys must have put on weight, there are off to the doc to seek help on how to lose weight!