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The only gluten-free slow cooker cookbook available, from acclaimed author Ellen Brown, featuring 150 original recipes.
Celiac disease shouldn’t hold you back from the diversity of cooking! Whether you are strictly wheat-free, or just watching your diet, this book is the first of its kind, specializing in gluten-free slow cooking. Ellen Brown, the author of the highly acclaimed Complete Idiot’s Guide to Slow Cooker Cooking and Gluten Free Christmas Cookies, has created more than 150 new and original recipes for the first book to meet the needs of anyone suffering from gluten intolerance.
|Publisher:||Cider Mill Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Ellen Brown is the author of thirty-two cookbooks, including the highly acclaimed Complete Idiot’s Guide to Slow Cooker Cooking, as well as Gourmet Gazelle Cookbook, winner of the IACP Award, and Cooking with the New American Chefs, a Tastemaker Award finalist. Brown gained the national limelight in 1982 as the founding food editor of USA TODAY.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Gluten-Free Living: Food, Not Pharmacy 8
Chapter 1 Slowly Does It: An Introduction to Slow Cooking and Slow Cookers 12
Chapter 2 Small Soups as Starters 26
Chapter 3 Satisfying Soups as Supper 56
Chapter 4 From the Gardens and Plots: Vegetarian Entrees 80
Chapter 5 From the Oceans and Lakes: Fish and Seafood Entrees 96
Chapter 6 From the Coops and Barnyards: Poultry Entrees 118
Chapter 7 From the Pastures and Prairies: Meat Stews and Braises 150
Chapter 8 Side Dish Stars: Rice, Grains, Vegetables, and Sauces 190
Chapter 9 Grand Finales: Dessert Puddings and Fruity Treats 224
Conversion Measurement Charts 250
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a beautiful cookbook. I have tried two recipes so far. Me and my family enjoyed both dishes. I have several others that I am anxious to try. I can't have gluten but my family is not allergic. They still enjoyed these recipes. It makes life easier if we can all eat the same thing at mealtime rather than separate menus. I am happy with my new cookbook. Joyce