The Gluten-Free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods: Creating Old Favorites with the New Flours
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The Gluten-Free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods: Creating Old Favorites with the New Flours

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The latest addition to the bestselling series of cookbooks that have sold more than 350,000 copiesnow in paperback

In this latest addition to the Gluten-free Gourmet series, Bette Hagman turns her hand to hearty, filling foods that were once off-limits to celiacs. Using the new gluten-free flours that are now available she puts old favorites such as macaroni and cheese, c...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Holt Paperbacks (first published 2004)
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I have to say, I was pretty disappointed in this book. It contains some useful information about gluten-free alternatives to wheat flour, but most of the recipes didn't appear to be adaptations. There are a lot of dishes that either don't need gluten containing flours in the first place, or could very easily be adapted by a reasonably confident cook.

This, along with the fact that many of the recipes call for things like canned vegetables and sauces, makes me think that this book is aimed at novi...more
Love this book! Most recipes work very well. Only draw-back for me was that it doesn't have any photos to go with her recipes, which are important to me. But that's a minor complaint. She uses several kinds of gluten free grains, not just the rice flour and starch combo, which is nice, however, I would say the majority of the recipes I have tried do call for her primary rice flour/starch blend. That does work better than most other grain combos I have tried too.
As an aspiring wheat-free person I was missing out on some old favorites until I found this book. We planned our entire X-mas dinner out of this cook book. (and we would have cooked it too had the whole lot of us not been sick) It was great for perusing before bed thinking about what to make the next day. A lot of ingredients but surprisingly not intimidating for this little to non-cooker.
Great variety, no photos, good flour options for allergies in addition to gluten.
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There are some amazing recipes in this book!
Good recipes.
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