La Tartine Gourmande: Gluten-Free Recipes for an Inspired Life

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"A gluten-free cookbook that's beautiful enough for your coffee table" (Living Without)?now in paperback.

     What could be sweeter than a life nourished by food and friendship? For B?atrice Peltre, author of the award-winning blog LaTartineGourmande.com, to cook is to delight in the best of what life has to offer?the wholesome foods that feed us in body and soul and that deepen our connections to the people and places we love. Welcome to a world where flavors are collected as souvenirs ...

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Overview

"A gluten-free cookbook that's beautiful enough for your coffee table" (Living Without)—now in paperback.

     What could be sweeter than a life nourished by food and friendship? For Béatrice Peltre, author of the award-winning blog LaTartineGourmande.com, to cook is to delight in the best of what life has to offer—the wholesome foods that feed us in body and soul and that deepen our connections to the people and places we love. Welcome to a world where flavors are collected as souvenirs and shared as heirlooms, and where the dishes we create are expressions of our joie de vivre.
     Expand your gluten-free repertoire by using whole grains like amaranth, quinoa, millet, buckwheat, rice, and nut flours, which lend surprising depth of flavor and nutrients, even to desserts. With nearly 100 gratifyingly nutritious recipes, La Tartine Gourmande takes you on a journey, not only through the meals of the day but around the world. Though Béa's style is largely inspired by her native France, you'll find a wide array of influences, as she brings creative twists to classic recipes—all while remaining effortlessly healthful and balanced.

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Editorial Reviews

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"The book reads like a dream. Every beautifully photographed recipe is indeed an inspiration, and Peltre's food is full of surprises. The biggest surprise, though, is the fact that this book is almost entirely gluten-free. All of her tarts, muffins, cookies, and cakes are made without wheat flour, and the results are revelatory. If you've never experimented with gluten-free baking, this is the book to show you how."—Fine Cooking

"Her food and photographs are appealing: fresh and lovely, with a distinct French accent. The whole package has a pretty, casually aspirational elegance. After investing in quinoa, rice, buckwheat, and hazelnut flours, I made banana, chocolate, and hazelnut muffins; brown-butter pistachio and poppy-seed financiers; and pretty Pink Lady apple tartlets. Delicious surprises all."—Christine Muhlke, Executive Editor, Bon Appetit (reviewing for The New York Times Book Review)

"Sumptuous and scrumptious . . . here's a gluten-free cookbook that's beautiful enough for your coffee table. Peltre shares both her world view and her out-of-this-world recipes with fresh French flair. Combining the practical with the poetic, the luscious with the lovely, La Tartine Gourmande reads much like a biography, except you'll salivate over the photos. A true 'bon appetite' experience."—Living Without

"I'm thrilled to finally have a La Tartine Gourmande cookbook in my hands. Béa makes beautiful food that's healthy and inspiring. Her photographs will make you want to enter her kitchen and sit down at the table with her, having a good conversation and eating a great meal together."—Shauna James Ahern, author of Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611800784
  • Publisher: Shambhala Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/7/2014
  • Pages: 328
  • Sales rank: 801,239

Meet the Author

BÉATRICE PELTRE was born and raised in northeastern France. She is a freelance food writer, stylist, and photographer and is the author of the award-winning food blog La Tartine Gourmande. Her work has appeared in such places as the Martha Stewart Show, the New York Times, NPR, Saveur, Food and Wine, Fine Cooking, the Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, Living France, the Boston Globe, as well as in other books and international publications. She lives in Boston with her husband and daughter, Lulu.

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