I ordered three books, all about gluten free living. I’m frugal, so I bought two used, and one brand new since the used price was nearly the same as the new, and Amazon Prime shipping is the best thing since gluten free pretzels.
I understand now why this cookbook’s resale value was so high. I honestly feel like every time someone is told that they have to go gluten free, two things should happen:
- they should be given a massive hug and told that it’s really not all that bad; and,
- they should be gifted a copy of this book:
It came on Friday and I’ve already tabbed 15 recipes and made 2, with plans to make another on Thursday night. The first thing I made was a chicken and vegetable dish, which is gluten free anyway, but it was fast to make up and so delicious. The other thing I made was a gluten free coffee cake to take to work for a team member’s birthday, who isn’t gluten free but also knows I’m not about to contaminate my kitchen for him. The coffee cake was a hit, and my fellow gluten free secretary was happy to be able to partake for a change. Long story short…………..go buy this cookbook!
Tonight I made a chicken pesto spinach soup with white beans………here’s the link at Gimme Some Oven (what a great name!) Again, this went together so fast and easy, and it’s delicious. I managed to make it between running to the local co-op and getting A to his drum lessons. And don’t worry – this doesn’t make so much soup that you will go numb from eating it. Just make sure your chicken broth and pesto are gluten free.
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