Dec/Jan 2012

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Living Without's Favorite Book: Short of Time?

If you want to make something quick, good and gluten free, check out Roben Ryberg’s Gluten-Free in Five Minutes (DaCapo Life Long). Ryberg’s “rapid recipes” for breads, cakes, muffins and more are for one or two servings and are cooked in a microwave with a simple shortlist of equipment—usually a spoon, mixing bowl and straight-sided glass ramekin.   More...

Living Without's Favorite Books: On the Light Side

Are you gluten free and need help with all the calories and fat? Here’s the answer: The Cooking Light Gluten-Free Cookbook, Simple Food Solutions for Everyday Meals (Oxmoor House). This cookbook’s 150-plus easy recipes for the gluten intolerant are lightened up a bit to help you ward off clogged arteries and unwanted weight gain. Recipes for beloved entrees (spaghetti and meatballs, oven-fried chicken, pizza, lasagna), as well as appetizers, breads, desserts and more, are presented in healthier, lower-fat versions of themselves.   More...

Living Without's Favorite Books: Gluten-Free Makeovers

Are you missing your favorite foods? You’re in luck. Living Without food editor Beth Hillson has a new cookbook that converts family recipes into gluten-free goodness. Gluten-Free Makeovers (DaCapo Life Long) takes you on a culinary journey that’s as delicious as it is essential. Reformulating over 175 recipes that range from traditional dishes to contemporary cuisine, this cookbook gives you an understanding of what makes a recipe work.   More...

Living Without's Favorite Books: Merry and Bright

Subscribers Only — Just in time for the holidays, Carmel Nelson and Amra Ibrisimovic introduce The Food Allergy Cookbook, A Guide to Living with Allergies and Entertaining with Healthy, Delicious Meals (Skyhorse Publishing). The authors, who have food allergies themselves, use their personal experience to help you navigate the festivities while offering tasty recipes made without gluten, dairy, soy, corn, shellfish or nuts.   More...