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Simply . . . Gluten-free Quick Meals: More Than 100 Great-Tasting Recipes for Good Food Fast Hardcover – April 10, 2012
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“Enticing photographs and out-of-the-ordinary recipes.” ―The Record (Bergen County, New Jersey)
“I found myself dog-earing recipe after recipe of tempting treats. What really drew me in was that 60 percent of the recipes are naturally gluten-free.” ―Laura Byrne Russell, The Oregonian
“Simply . . . Gluten-free Desserts is all about accessibility...And if you're unsure about anything, a technique or ingredient, the front of the book includes practical guidelines on both.” ―Epicurious
“You're in for a real treat with Simply . . . Gluten-free Desserts. There is a tremendous breadth of variety; something to try for every occasion, including just a treat for yourself after a long day. Enjoy!” ―Dr. Vicki Peterson, author of The Gluten Effect
“Kicinski offers recipes for virtually all the desserts that so many people with celiac disease have given up.” ―Today's Diet & Nutrition
About the Author
CAROL KICINSKI is the author of the food blog Simply . . . Gluten-Free and the book Simply . . . Gluten-free Desserts. She lives in Florida.
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Carol's core philosophy is "Look at the world of food in terms of what I CAN eat - not what I can't!"
Her recipe motto is "Gluten-free recipes that are not just "good for gluten-free" but just plain GOOD, period!!"
In 2010 Carol started the highly successful Gluten-free Global Community - putting hundreds of gluten-free bloggers World Wide in communication with each other. She also pioneered "gluten-free" in China in 2009.
Carol is America's first gluten-free (only) TV Chef with a monthly segment on the NBC Tampa market based nationally syndicated show Daytime where she has appeared since July 2009. (Daytime is nationally syndicated to 1.1 million households.)
Her cookbook, Simply...Gluten Free Desserts, (Thomas Dunne Books, 2011) is rich with 150 delectable recipes for cupcakes, cookies, pies, sweet breads, puddings, cakes and ice creams - all gf and many dairy-free as well.
Carol's current recipe development and consultant client list includes the Western Pistachio Association, the Northwest Pear Bureau, The National Cherry Institute, Kinnikinnick, Wholesome Sweeteners, Sunbutter, Solo Foods, Follow Your Heart, Nature's Earthly Choice, and others.
She recently completed contributing recipe development for Cooking Light - The Gluten-Free Cookbook: Simple Food Solutions for Everyday Meals (Cooking Light, 2011).
Carol also developed her own high quality pastry gluten-free flour blend that TASTES and BAKES like regular flour.
In a professional career prior to her recipe development, Carol was ahead of the sustainable energy curve as she was the Financial Controller for a $32M Solar Corporation.
As a humanitarian and adventurer, Carol has assisted the National Red Cross around the world and was one of the first responders at Katrina's Central Command assisting the troops.
She's lived to tell about being charged by elephants and rhinos (literally) and has dived with Great White sharks in Africa.
Fun, interesting and adventurous, Carol's most rewarding passion is making "that great recipe" and having someone else make it, and love it!
Top Customer Reviews
The chapters I have already fallen head over heels in love with are:
* Simple Suppers
* Easy Entertaining
* Pantry Raid
Simple Suppers and Easy Entertaining offer up complete meals--usually a main, a side, and a dessert--that can be made in under an hour. The Pantry Raid chapter I plan to turn to on those nights I have nothing in mind for dinner and the clock is striking four. Recipes in this chapter can be made by raiding your pantry and fridge and using ingredients you may already have on hand.
In our home we deal with a handful of food intolerances and I review books from this standpoint. Recipes in this book do call for dairy, however the author has provided substitutions for dairy (such as coconut or rice milk) and suggestions for other substitutions such arrowroot for cornstarch. So there are ways to work around allergies and intolerances and still cook out of this book--the only exception being the handful of recipes that call for eggs. But still, there are plenty of other recipes in the book that we can enjoy.Read more ›
I so love Carol's cookbooks and her wonderful approach to making eating Gluten Free
a much easier job. Aside from being somewhat lazy when it comes to cooking, having
to put the time in to due it Gluten Free has been a chore.
However, with Carol's great quick recipes, in this book as well as all
the great ones I get from her website [...]
I am not so adverse to the challenge of it now.
Loved the Dessert cookbook but this one I love just a slight bit more
(only because I know have to take off the pounds I put on trying from
trying all the great desserts) :-)
Look forward to many more great Ideas
But for those like my husband, it's a MUST because
anything with gluten in it makes him deathly ill.
Haven't tried all the recepies, but so far they've
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great condition -- love anything that is QUICK since cooking not my favorite pastime.Published 12 months ago by Leigh Ann
So many great recipes! She really put a great book together!
I love this cookbook - it's full of fabulous meal ideas, especially for those of us with families or those who like to entertain. Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by MaggieS
The recipes are simply written and easy to follow. To many gluten-free cookbooks have overly complicated recipes and directions, but this one keeps it basic. Basic and TASTY. Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by L. M. Medville