More and more people are choosing to live a gluten free lifestyle, many by necessity. But eating gluten-free does not have to mean eating taste-free. A new cookbook is out just in time for the holidays filled with gluten-free recipes anyone can make and everyone will love. Amy Fothergill, author of The Family Chef blog, has written The Warm Kitchen, a comprehensive cookbook filled with cooking techniques, tips, step-by-step instructions, family friendly dishes, and beautiful full color photos. There is also a chapter on how to stock a gluten-free pantry.
Within the pages of her book, Amy demystifies gluten-free cooking, breaking down the assumption that cooking without gluten is challenging or unappetizing. From breakfast to dessert– with soups, salads, main and side dishes, and breads in between—over 150 recipes in The Warm Kitchen feature real ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions that yield delicious results. With the use of Amy’s single, easy-to-mix, gluten-free flour blend, home cooks can create favorite dishes such as: bagels, crust-less quiche, fresh breads, chicken pot pie, zucchini pancakes, pizza, doughnuts, cupcakes, chocolate whoopee pies, shortbread, chocolate chip cookies, carrot cake, and more ($27, amazon.com).