Inside you'll find Recipe options for Appetizers, Salad & Soup, Breads, Muffins & More, Main Dishes, Desserts & Sweets and Side Dishes 125 Gluten Free recipes, including simple Flour Mixes and Large Crowd Menu Ideas. Alert symbols identifying ingredients that may have gluten. Delicious cakes including Novelty themed cakes for children's birthday parties, a three tiered Butter Cake recipe for a wedding cake and Decorators Buttercream. All purpose Buns that can be used for sandwich or hamburger buns.
From Leah's Kitchen – THE GLUTEN FREE DIET Your complete guide to gluten-free cooking. * 'KID TESTED' RECIPES –MOUTHWATERING RECIPES designed to help children stay on a gluten-free Diet. Cakes and pastries that any child would be happy to share with his friends. * HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR KITCHEN – Getting rid of Gluten – Hidden Gluten – How to restock the kitchen – how to shop. * TIPS ON EATING OUT – what to order, what to watch for * HOMESTYLE COOKING – All your old favorites in one book – no need to give up the foods you love. * QUICK RECIPES – for the working family with little time to spare, including a good selection of Microwave recipes. Here you will find the shortest method to producing the best results. * EASY TO MAKE – NO COMPLICATED METHODS – clear instructions – even a child could learn to cook gluten-free with this book! In short – live again, eat again – From Leah's Kitchen – THE GLUTEN FREE DIET
100+ Everyday Anti-Inflammatory Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less
Author: Carolyn Williams
Publisher: Tiller Press
100+ delicious, quick, and easy anti-inflammatory recipes to make for the whole family—all ready in 30 minutes or less! Low energy. Bloating or other digestive issues. Inability to focus or memory loss. Eczema or skin irritations. Arthritis, joint pain, or onset of autoimmune issues. Any of these symptoms sound familiar? These conditions are more common than you think, and recent research suggests that chronic inflammation caused by unhealthy food choices could be the culprit. Here’s the good news though: you can prevent future diseases, as well as heal or improve most conditions by making a few simple changes to your diet, and Meals that Heal can show you how. These 100+ quick and tasty recipes feature fresh, healthy ingredients that have researched-backed abilities to cool inflammation, balance gut health, and detox the body. Featuring a complete list of anti-inflammatory foods (including the top inflamers to avoid) as well as on-the-go eating guidelines, Meals that Heal can help you improve and maintain your overall health. Now you can gain more energy, improve concentration, eliminate headaches and skin conditions, slow the aging process, and much more! All recipes are backed by the latest research and reviewed by a James Beard award-winning registered dietitian allowing you to do the easy part: eat, enjoy, and feel your best!
The author of New Indian Home Cooking presents a fresh take on Indian recipes for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who loves Southeast Asian cuisine. Renowned nutritionist and cooking instructor Madhu Gadia delivers a wonderful new recipe collection that is perfect for vegans looking for fresh ideas, as well as anyone who savors healthy, light recipes that don?t compromise on authenticity. Unlike most Indian vegetarian cookbooks, this unique collection avoids dairy and eggs, highlighting vegetables, and making use of soy products and other simple substitutions. It also offers nutritional analyses, as well as notes on serving, history, and variations.
Inside the test kitchens of Bon Appetit, Laura Samuel Meyn and Anthony Head repeatedly found themselves the lone vegetarians at a table of carnivores, but this never deterred them from eating the foods they loved, even after they both moved to meat-loving Texas. In Meatless in Cowtown they've corralled all the ass-kicking Texas flavor of their favorite dishes—minus the meat—for you to enjoy at home. Try Laura's recipes for Meatless in Cowtown Frito Pie, Enchiladas for a Crowd, and Apple-Pecan-Oatmeal Crisp, then let Anthony pair those dishes with the perfect wine or beer to see how delicious it is for vegetarians and carnivores alike to go Meatless in Cowtown. With full-color photos throughout, this inspired recipe collection will help you compose vegetarian meals with Texas-sized flavors and everyday appeal.
The Transformation of Gourmet Restaurant Style in America
Author: Alison Pearlman
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Fine dining and the accolades of Michelin stars once meant chandeliers, white tablecloths, and suited waiters with elegant accents. The stuffy attitude and often scant portions were the punchlines of sitcom jokes—it was unthinkable that a gourmet chef would stoop to plate a burger or a taco in his kitchen. And yet today many of us will queue up for a seat at a loud, crowded noodle bar or eagerly seek out that farm-to-table restaurant where not only the burgers and fries are organic but the ketchup is homemade—but it’s not just us: the critics will be there too, ready to award distinction. Haute has blurred with homey cuisine in the last few decades, but how did this radical change happen, and what does it say about current attitudes toward taste? Here with the answers is food writer Alison Pearlman. In Smart Casual: The Transformation of Gourmet Restaurant Style in America, Pearlman investigates what she identifies as the increasing informality in the design of contemporary American restaurants. By design, Pearlman does not just mean architecture. Her argument is more expansive—she is as interested in the style and presentation of food, the business plan, and the marketing of chefs as she is in the restaurant’s floor plan or menu design. Pearlman takes us hungrily inside the kitchens and dining rooms of restaurants coast to coast—from David Chang’s Momofuku noodle bar in New York to the seasonal, French-inspired cuisine of Alice Waters and Thomas Keller in California to the deconstructed comfort food of Homaro Cantu’s Moto in Chicago—to explore the different forms and flavors this casualization is taking. Smart Casual examines the assumed correlation between taste and social status, and argues that recent upsets to these distinctions have given rise to a new idea of sophistication, one that champions the omnivorous. The boundaries between high and low have been made flexible due to our desire to eat everything, try everything, and do so in a convivial setting. Through lively on-the-scene observation and interviews with major players and chefs, Smart Casual will transport readers to restaurants around the country to learn the secrets to their success and popularity. It is certain to give foodies and restaurant-goers something delectable to chew on.
Hundreds of delicious, easy, and nutritious recipes and menus for the home cook—all without wheat or gluten The millions of people who avoid wheat and gluten due to celiac disease, allergies, or intolerance—or simply to improve their health—know how difficult creating balanced, tasty meals can be. Gluten is found not just in bread, pasta, and cereal, but in unexpected items like cream soups, sauces, and condiments. Preparing a simple, homemade meal without gluten-based products can seem daunting. Carol Fenster, Ph.D., has been using her expert knowledge and cooking know-how to keep herself and her gluten-free family happy and healthy for over ten years. In Wheat-Free Recipes and Menus, Fenster shares her years of experience, explaining how to incorporate new ingredients into down-home, easy to prepare meals, free of wheat but full of taste. Employing easy-to-find substitutes for gluten-based ingredients, Dr. Fenster’s meals are rich and flavorful without relying on excess fat and salt. Recipes range from simple snacks to elaborate dinners, and include gluten-free recipes for favorites like breads, pizza, dumplings, and all kinds of baked goods. Avoiding wheat and gluten no longer means resigning to dietary boredom or risking an unhealthy diet. Dr. Fenster's recipes emphasize fresh, wholesome ingredients and clear instructions that make for fail-proof preparation of mouthwatering, gluten-free meals.
Easy, tasty, healthy slow cooker recipes for the whole family! The very best healthy slow cooker recipes—from the series that has sold more than 11 million copies! You want to eat healthy, but you also know the foods your family craves are often not the best choices for their bodies. Now you and your family can indulge in healthier versions of comfort food favorites, such as macaroni and cheese, chili, chicken wings, and more! You can trust these recipes because they are— Collected from some of America’s best home cooks Tested in real-life settings Carefully selected from thousands of recipes Everyone wants to feel like a smart cook, but it’s tricky when you’re navigating picky palates, different diets, and tight schedules. Fix-It and Forget-It Healthy Slow Cooker Comfort Food Cookbook has something for everyone, with nutrition info included with every recipe to make sure what you’re cooking fits your family’s needs. Find recipes such as: Buffalo Chicken Meatballs Southwestern Shredded Chicken Potato Leek Soup Homestyle Bread Pudding Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cocoa And many more! Finally, a cookbook that makes dinner easy, even for families with diverse dietary needs!
350 Recipes for Homestyle Favorites and Everyday Feasts
Author: Moosewood Collective
Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers
The members of the Moosewood Collective share recipes for appetizers, muffins, risottos, main-dish salads, one-pot meals, snacks, side dishes, sandwiches, and desserts, accompanied by time-saving tips, food lore, and side notes.
Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For--From Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes
Author: Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Publisher: Hachette UK
Omelets. French toast. Bacon. Brunch has always been about comfort, calories-and for vegans everywhere, a feast of foods they can't touch. Until now! Bestselling vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz unleashes her signature flair and ingenuity to give readers breakfast they won't find anywhere else, whether welcoming you from a late night on the town or waking you up for a meal you won't want to forget.Recipes range from the classic (Pancakes and Waffles) to the inspired (Banana Rabanada) to the decadent (Pain au Chocolat) to the essential (Bloody Marys). The book also includes gluten-free and soy-free recipes. With over 75 recipes suitable for one or to wow a crowd, and gorgeous color photos throughout, Vegan Brunch is the ultimate cookbook for the most important meal of the day.
The Best New Ways to Cut Fat - from Your Plate and Your Waist
Author: The Editors of Prevention Magazine
Publisher: Rodale Books
Prevention features the year's top weight-loss and low-fat issues, such as the best ways and how much to exercise to lose weight, the bottom line on yo-yo dieting, the new diet drugs, hormone replacement therapy and weight gain--and much more. 30 photos.