Synopses & Reviews
Every health-related culinary trend reaches a tipping point at which it must either evolve or become a cultural cliché; in the case of gluten-free eating, award-winning blogger Erin Scott is the new face of modern, fresh, gluten-free cooking and living. With influences ranging from a career in the high fashion and design industries to 25 years living in Berkeley, CA, in the shadow of Chez Panisse, Erin has devoted her life to family-friendly gluten-free cooking as realized through fresh, seasonal, real food; honest ingredients; and simple and delicious recipes devoid of the usual gums normally used as fillers in stodgy gluten-free cooking.The first gluten-free cookbook so enticing that it transcends the genre, Yummy Supper is about bounty, flavor, and fun. Based on Scott's award-winning blog of the same name, it has the same clean, gifty visual aesthetic. These are recipes that emphasize naturally gluten-free ingredients and, like her blog, will appeal not only to gluten intolerants and celiacs but also to anyone just looking for a great recipe.With practical chapters like "Slurp," "Nut," "Egg," and "Sea," Scott's book covers the entire family meal with instructions and asides that are flexible, playful, and tasty, and it includes mouthwatering dishes such as Watermelon Punch with Fresh Lime and Mint, Poached Eggs with Lemony Spinach & Crispy Hash Browns, Parmesan Polenta with Garlicky Rapini and Black Olives, Peanut Butter Cups with Dark Chocolate and Flaky Sea Salt, and much more.
"This book shows how to eat with intention — and reveals through simple, vibrant recipes that when you are attuned to freshness, flavor, and seasonality, health is the natural outcome." Alice Waters
"Yummy Supper hasn't left the side of my stove since I opened it. As a busy mom of two, I'm inspired by this beautifully crafted cookbook and motivated to cook its honest and delicious recipes with what I have in my kitchen." Kyle Cornforth, Director, Edible Schoolyard Berkeley
"Something most people wouldn't guess is that chefs, too, are on the lookout for inspiration in their home kitchens, just like everyone else. What I find so refreshing about Erin's recipes is that instead of just relying on GF flours as wheat substitutes, she embraces buckwheat, millet, black rice and nuts to create original, simple, and delicious food. The kind of recipes that makes you think 'Oh, I could have thought of that!' I will forever be popping amaranth now." Liz Prueitt, co-author of Tartine and co-owner of Tartine Bakery
"Erin Scott's recipes look ever so appealing — fresh, bright, full of bright color and clean flavors, in fact, 'yummy,' just as she says. I'll use this book for sure." Deborah Madison, author of Vegetable Literacy
"A refreshing cookbook centered around tasty whole foods instead of just gluten-free alternatives. The involvement of Erin's family in her recipes is truly sincere and reflects a natural and satisfying way to organize a family pantry, wheat or no wheat." Nathan Williams, Founding Editor, Kinfolk
About the Author
Erin Scott is an unabashed home cook, photographer, voracious eater, and the voice behind acclaimed California food blog, Yummy Supper. Scott's work has been featured in Kinfolk, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, The Huffington Post, KQED, Design Sponge, Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn, Saveur.com, and Food 52. She lives with her husband and two kids in Berkeley, California, where she's happiest cooking, eating, and photographing the bounty from their tiny backyard veggie patch.