Living Without's Favorite Books: Get an Attitude
Gourmet Meals in Crappy Little Kitchens (Health Communications, Inc.) by Jennifer Schaertl proves you don’t need expensive appliances and granite countertops to produce culinary miracles. Schaertl combines feisty humor with baseline practicality for a cookbook that works for people who live in tiny spaces on limited budgets. This is not a gluten-free book per se but most recipes are allergy friendly and ingredient substitutions can be made easily. With titles like “My Big Fat Greek Salad,” “Bring-Your-Own Margarita Mushroom Tamales” and “Eat Your Vegetables Risotto,” the recipes make you smile while they pique your appetite. Who knew preparing a feast in tight quarters could be such fun.