Melissa Kelly is owner of Primo Restaurant in Rockland, Maine, with two satellites in Marriot hotels in Arizona and Florida. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Melissa received her training as a chef from culinary luminaries including the legendary Alice Waters, of Chez Panisse. Chef Kelly has cooked with Martha Stewart on television and her restaurant recipes have been featured in Bon Appetit, O Magazine, Gourmet, Chocolatier, the New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, Town & Country, New York Magazine, and more. Eve Adamson is a freelance writer specialising in holistic health subjects.
"[H]as a zest for life on every page and recipes that are full of
flavor, intense, and passionate."--Mark Miller, chef/owner Coyote
Cafe, and author of THE GREAT CHILE BOOK
"I'd follow Chef Kelly anywhere... [Mediterranean Women Stay Slim, Too] is infused with her smart buoyant spirit . . . and her intriguing recipes."--Michael Ruhlman, author of The Making of a Chef
"[D]eliciously advances the proposition that the good life and the well life are not only compatible, but indivisible."--Bryan Miller, author of Cooking for Dummies and former restaurant critic for the New York Times