Eating Well to Win
Last Updated November 29, 2017
Why We Love It: Richard Ingraham's debut cookbook focuses on recipes that are heavy on flavor, using lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats. As chef to Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union Wade and other top athletes, Ingraham emphasizes energy-boosting dishes, including vegetable purees and pastas, lean meats like bison and turkey, and curries and spices. The Miami native works in plenty of local foods, such as snapper, lobster and mango.
Recipes We Can't Wait to Try: Shrimp and Noodle Bowl in Red Curry Broth, Curry Sweet Potato Leek Soup.