I must admit that gluten free recipes didn’t intrigue me much before I began this website. Then I noticed that with the kinds of recipes found in a gluten free cookbook like Gluten Free Every Day Cookbook: More than 100 Easy and Delicious Recipes from the Gluten-Free Chef, a cookbook like this can actually interest everyone.
If you have a need for a gluten free cookbook because of health issues you will want to grab this book immediately.
With conditions like celiac disease on the rise and a greater interest by the general public in being carb smart and eating wheat-free diets for general health, a book like this is of interest to more and more people.
Robert Landolphi really knows how to create delicious gluten free recipes.He is a trained chef whose wife found out several years ago that she has celiac disease.
Robert has spent many years developing mouth watering recipes that he actually uses in his own home every day – so you know they have passed the family taste test. And with his culinary training, you know they will be healthy and nutritious.
Not only has Robert developed over 100 wonderful gluten free recipes, he also includes a section in this book that shows you how to cook gluten free, so you get a sense of how to convert your own favorite recipes into gluten free.
As I browse through the book I know there are many that I will try.
Here is just a sampling of some of the intriguing recipes in this wonderful gluten free cookbook:
- African Peanut Soup
- Roasted Tomato and White Bean Soup
- Chocolate Expresso Chili
- Shrimp and Vegetable Pad Thai
- Rice Wraps with Ginger-Lime Dipping Sauce
- Country Style Chicken Pot Pie
- Tri Spiced Onion Rings
- Caramel Nut Pie
- Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
- Parmeson Popover Bites
- Cheddar and Chive Biscuits
- Almond Fudge Bars
We have a few recipes from this cookbook on the site. Have a look at:
The one negative I would have to say about this book is that there are no images. Pictures of the finished product always make me want to try the recipe and give me a reference point when I am cooking it for the first time. That said, the recipes certainly seem enticing.
Here is what others are saying about Gluten Free Every Day Cookbook: More than 100 Easy and Delicious Recipes from the Gluten-Free Chef in Amazon.com:
From C. Monk:
I bought this book because of an interest in gluten free eating, but this cookbook is great for even those not following a G-free diet. I find the recipes all very interesting and delicious. I made the “Coffee-Encrusted Beef Tenderloin with Port Wine Sauce” for dinner last night, and I only wish there was some left – it was amazing! I’m making the “Hazelnut-Encrusted Salmon with Cilantro-Lime Creme” tonight. I can see myself using this book frequently. The Gluten-Free Basics section at the beginning helps with understanding how to cook G-free. It seems this book will make this transition to a G-free diet very easy. I highly recommend this book!
A Gentes Commented:
I was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease and needed a good “every day” cookbook. I followed the reviews here, and I was not led astray. This is by far one of the best cookbooks I have ever owned! My husband (who is not GF) and I have been very impressed with every recipe we’ve made from this cookbook. The recipes are easy, the ingredients aren’t hard to find (which is a big plus if you live in the boonies like we do), and the food you will make is far better than non-GF food (really!). I highly recommend it!
Drouster Girl Writes:
I had overheard a few people discussing this book and decided to buy a copy for myself to try. I have one relative with Celiac Disease and thought this book would be great for holidays or just when the family gets together. At our most recent family gathering my family members raved about the Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe! The recipe directions are to the point and very easy to understand. I look forward to trying every recipe in this book!
A Bit About the Author:
Robert Landophi is a gluten-free chef and graduate of the prestigious Johnson and Wales University culinary school. He is currently a certified culinary arts instructor and the culinary operations manager at the University of Connecticut and lives in Hampton, Connecticut.
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