Goodbye Gluten: Happy Healthy Delicious Eating with a Texas Twist

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University of North Texas Press, Oct 15, 2014 - Cooking - 288 pages
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There are many gluten-free cookbooks on the market, but none like Goodbye Gluten! Roughly one-third of people in the U.S. are either gluten intolerant or have celiac disease, and for these people, eating gluten can make them sick--very sick. The engaging team of Kim Stanford and Bill Backhaus represents both these audiences, and together they have developed over 200 flavorful and tempting recipes for all types of dishes, from appetizers to desserts.  Goodbye Gluten is both a cookbook and shopping guide for people who do not want gluten in their diets and are tired of missing out on their favorite foods. In each recipe the authors use everyday brand names that can be found at your local grocery store, which means you no longer have to check labels to decipher if a product is gluten-free. Another appeal of the book is its use of Texas and Tex-Mex flavors to add a kick to what can be bland fare.  Goodbye Gluten makes it easy to live the gluten-free lifestyle, because it is not just a diet, but a lifestyle. With 30 color photos of the completed dishes, even the most dedicated bread-lover will want to get into the kitchen and start cooking.

 

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The GlutenFree Lifestyle
5
Appetizers
8
Salads and Salad Dressings
28
Soups
52
Eggs Cheese and Pasta
60
Beef Pork and Lamb
78
Chicken and Game
112
Vegetables and Savory Accompaniments
152
Breads
180
Relishes and Salsas
204
Marinades Seasonings and Sauces
210
Desserts
234
Pantry List
257
Booze and Your Bar Guide
274
Index
277

Fish and Seafood
136

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About the author (2014)

Kim Stanford grew up in North Texas, lives in Austin, where she runs a catering business, and loves Southern home cooking. Her gluten-free pie was featured on the Food Network. Bill Backhaus is a "cook's cook" who was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1981. He is a lawyer in Dallas.

 

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