Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking

Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking

275 Great-Tasting, From-Scratch Recipes from Around the World, Perfect for Every Meal and for Anyone on a Gluten-Free

By Kelli Bronski; Peter Bronski

Experiment, Paperback, 9781615190508, 333pp.

Publication Date: July 31, 2012


An expanded edition now bursting with color throughout of a category-leading gluten-free cookbook ready to reach more home cooks than ever Since its original publication in 2009, " Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking" has steadily grown in popularity as more and more home cooks have embraced Kelli and Peter Bronski's high-quality gluten-free recipes for every meal, from breakfast through dessert. Now, in an extensively revised and expanded second edition, this trusted, versatile cookbook is better than ever. Here are: 25 brand-new recipes and nearly 100 additional pages 50 all-new full-page color photographs The quality ingredients, from-scratch preparation methods, and unbeatable flavors that made the original edition so appealing Dozens of recipes, from bagels to birthday cake, perfectly suited to the Bronskis signature all-purpose flour blend including Belgian Waffles, Sandwich Bread, pizzas and pastas galore, Cannoli, Carrot Cake, Blueberry Pie, cookies, and much more Globally inspired dishes, from Italian to Indian to Mexican and beyond such as Tortellini, General Chang's Chicken, and Pork Tamales An expanded array of vegetarian options such as Quinoa Salad, Brussels Sprouts-Tofu Fried Rice, and Red Lentil Dal A thorough introduction to gluten-free shopping and cooking plus handy tips about ingredients, equipment, and techniques sprinkled throughout.

About the Author
Kelli Bronski is a graduate of Cornell University's prestigious School of Hotel Administration, a ten-plus year veteran of the hospitality and restaurant business, and a lifelong baker and cook. She lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her husband and coauthor, Peter Bronski.

Amy Yoder Begley is an American middle and long distance runner. In 2006, she was diagnosed with celiac disease, but she still went on torepresent theUnited Statesin the 10,000-meter event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She currently lives in Oregon with her husband.