Cooking for Isaiah: Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Recipes for Easy, Delicious Meals

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Penguin, Feb 15, 2013 - Cooking - 224 pages
Cooking for Isaiah is a love story of Silvana Nardone’s journey to develop great-tasting meals for her son, Isaiah, after he was diagnosed with food intolerances to gluten and dairy. The results of her efforts found in the pages of this book, are through 135 recipes that are not only easy to make but taste and look delicious, including S’mores Pancakes with Marshmallow Sauce, Double-Decker Toasted Cornbread and Spicy Greens Stack, Chicken and Waffles with Maple Bacon Gravy, Shrimp Pizza with Garlic Cream Sauce, and Chocolate Birthday Cake with Whipped Chocolate Frosting. You’ll also find:

Silvana’s tried-and-tested all-purpose flour and pancake mix recipes An ingredient substitutions chart that shows you what to swap if, for example, you need to cook without gluten, but dairy is okay Dishes that are perfect for entertaining with friends and family Complete pantry set-up Food shopping, recipe make-ahead and storage tips Includes a foreword by Rachael Ray!
 

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Every recipe I tried was Awesome. I let my friend borrow it and she won't give it back. I am a cook book collector and for food allergies this is THE Best out there.

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Silvana Nardone is a writer, editor, cooking instructor, and food consultant, she is the coauthor of Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian and has written for Food & Wine, Departures, Ikea Space, Menu, Garden Design, Boston, Lifetime, The Source and YM. She has been featured in many publications including the New York Times, New York, New York Press, The New York Sun, Specialty Food and Radar and has appeared on NBC “Weekend Today,” “WCBS News This Morning,” WABC “Eyewitness News This Morning,” E! Entertainment “True Hollywood Story,” Fox News “Fox & Friends,” and the Food Network’s “Roker on the Road”. She was profiled by Big Apple Parent and About.com for her focus on gluten-free and dairy-free cooking. Silvana owned her own Italian bakery, Fanciulla, when Rachael Ray hired her to launch her magazine, Everyday with Rachel Ray.  Her newest endeavor is starting Easy Eats —a gluten-free magazine. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband Stephen and two children, Isaiah and Chiara.

Visit her blog at www.dishtoweldiaries.com.

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