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Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free & Dairy-Free Recipes

Who releases a new book on New Year's Day? That's not the marketing strategy I would use.

On the other hand, it got instant response from my blog on an otherwise slow news day, so maybe they had a good idea.

The book in question is Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free & Dairy-Free Recipes: More Than 100 Mouth-Watering Recipes for the Whole Family (A Cook's Bible) by Grace Cheetham. A hardback with a list price of $19.95, this appears to be Cheetham's first book.

Book Description

The number of people affected by allergies and intolerances continues to escalate dramatically: as much as 35% of the population suffers from food-related problems. And those who can’t eat bread, cakes, pasta, cheese, milk, or butter are in desperate need a cookbook that will provide them with truly delicious wheat- and dairy-free recipes. Here it is, with 100 mouthwatering dishes that everyone will love. The chicken and herb risotto, for example, is so luscious and rich, you’ll wonder why you ever bothered with parmesan, while the berry and almond tart tastes like real pasty…even without wheat. With everything from simple breakfasts and quick lunches to stunning dinners suitable for entertaining, no one need ever miss out on great food again.

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