Healthy Gluten-Free Cooking: 150 Recipes for Food Lovers

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Apr 1, 2005 - Cooking - 160 pages
Introduction by Elaine Monarch, president and founder of the Celiac Disease Foundation
Unable to digest gluten, a protein found in wheat and other grains, people with celiac disease resign themselves to life without bread or pasta, not to mention cheese souffli, lasagna, chicken pot pie, pancakes, chocolate gbteau, and panzanella. But now, with "Healthy Gluten-Free Cooking", all of these once-taboo foods, and many more, are available to the estimated two million Americans with this incurable condition.
Here Darina Allen, founder of Ireland's renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School, and Rosemary Kearney, a nutrition expert who has celiac disease, present delicious, gluten-free transformations of 157 recipes from appetizers and salads to main courses and desserts, including Irish soda bread, fritters, scones, pork en croute, and Yorkshire pudding. Also featured is essential advice on selecting gluten-free ingredients. In this book the authors achieve the ultimate in healthy cooking: a cuisine for a special need that is sensational enough for everyone to enjoy.

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Contents

Foreword by Celiac Disease Foundation
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The glutenfree food list
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Cooking for a celiac
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Darina Allen is often called the "The Julia Child of Ireland." She runs the world-renowned cooking school at Ballymaloe in County Cork, Ireland. She founded this school with her husband in 1983 and runs the highly regarded three-month diploma course as well as various other short courses at the school. Her Forgotten Skills series, upon which her book, Forgotten Skills of Cooking, was based is included in the cooking school program. The book has been shortlisted for the 2009 Andre Simon Food and Drink Book Awards. She is Ireland's most famous television cook and her cooking program, "Simply Delicious," is seen on TV around the world. In 2005 she was awarded the IACP's Cooking Teacher of the Year Award.

Rosemary Kearney has a degree in food science and trained as a chef at Ballymaloe. She runs her own catering business in Ireland, Rosemary and Thyme. She knows firsthand that life with celiac disease does not have to interfere with a love for food.

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