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A gluten free cookbook to call home about

Gluten free cookbook


It's not very often that you meet a woman who publishes her own cookbook without being a renowned chef. Amy Fothergill is certainly trained as a chef, even if she isn't famous for it. She wasted no time after seeing that her family needed to live a lifestyle without gluten. Amy has published a beautiful and intricate cook book that any gluten free or dairy free person would appreciate.

According to Amy the cook book The Warm Kitchen, "contains gluten-free recipes that anyone can make and everyone will love." This gluten free gal certainly loved reading through all the recipes and cannot wait to cook up some gluten and dairy free chicken pot pie. The recipe looks amazing, but since California heat is not a joke, it might be a few weeks before the oven will be baking anything gluten free.

Meeting Amy at the Celiac Disease Association expo was a delight and to hear her talk about her children with such delight made it more worthwhile to write this review. Amy by way of northern California has written for Examiner and decided from her experience working in the kitchen and as a writer that it was time to let the world know about her sweets and treats that she puts together in the kitchen.

Not only has Amy published a great cookbook but she was so generous to allow this gluten free gal to take a cookbook home to experiment with the recipes she has created. Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of Amy's cookbook online. Some of this gluten free gal's favorite recipes are sauteed italian chicken, dairy free macaroni and cheese, potato latkes, bagels, various varieties of focaccia and so many other great recipes. The best advice this gluten free gal has is to head on over to Amy's website and grab a copy of the cookbook.