Synopses & Reviews
FOR CELIACS WHO LOVE FOOD --
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK OF DELECTABLE DISHES
Millions who cannot tolerate gluten in their diet no longer have to make do with cookbooks that provide safe but unappealing recipes. With more than 100 contemporary recipes that will delight the palate, please the eye, and satisfy families and guests -- celiac and nonceliac alike -- Gluten-Free offers a welcome alternative. Based on mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine, Gluten-Free includes:
- Tempting recipes for every meal of the day that don't rely on specialty ingredients: appealing appetizers such as Gazpacho; lunch and light supper treats such as Chicken with Basil and Almonds; substantial dinners like Seafood Paella; and a wonderful selection of desserts, from gluten-free breads and cakes to inventive fruit combinations.
- Complete nutritional information on every recipe, conveniently provided in a table in the back of the book.
- Important information on celiac disease and tips on how to choose ingredients that are safe to eat.
Illustrated with beautiful full-color photographs and packed with helpful information, Gluten-Free proves it is possible for celiacs to meet dietary demands and still explore an exciting new world of food.
This full-color book is filled with recipes for readers who cannot tolerate gluten found in wheat, rye and other grains. Includes recipes for every part of the meal and information on celiac disease.
About the Author
who suffers from celiac disease himself, designed and
ran a restaurant in Covent Garden before moving to southern Spain in 1986, where he set up a guesthouse centering on good food. For years he has developed and perfected sophisticated yet healthy wheat-free dishes using mainly Mediterranean ingredients, most of which are naturally gluten-free.
Table of Contents
1 Soups & Appetizers
Roulades, Mousses & Terrines
2 Lunches & Suppers
Cheese & Eggs
4 Vegetable & Side Dishes
6 Cakes & Breads
Recipe List and Nutritional Analysis