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Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family's Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking, from the Creator of Cannelle et Vanille Hardcover – October 23, 2012


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company (October 23, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316187453
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316187459
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,551 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Beautifully styled and photographed treatise on all things gluten-free."—Gwyneth Paltrow, on GOOP

"A charmer from start to finish. Aran Goyoaga, the creator of Canelle et Vanille, is such a talented photographer that her pictures make you dream. Her food is gluten-free, a tremendous plus for anyone with a wheat tolerance, but a treat for everyone who wants to serve full-flavored beautiful food every day."—Dorie Greenspan

"Aran Goyoaga (and her blog, Canelle et Vanille) has elevated gluten-free cooking to an art form -- all while feeding a family of four."—Daily Candy

"Regardless of whether you're eating gluten-free or not, this is a cookbook worth picking up. The gloriously bright photos and her focus on seasonal eating and "small plates" make this an attractive book that's bound to inspire you to eat better and well."—Epicurious

"The home-cooked meals on Aran Goyoaga's Cannelle et Vanille are so elegant, it might take you a while to realize everything is also gluten-free."—West Elm blog

"Aran Goyoaga, the face behind the food blog Cannelle et Vanille, whips up seductive breakfast dishes that just happen to be gluten-free."—Whole Living magazine

"Don't be thrown by the gluten-free reference. No need to conjure images of deprivation. Goyoaga does gluten-free gorgeously."—Palm Beach Post

"Blogger and pastry chef Aran Goyoaga is the master of gluten-free cooking."—Sweet Paul Magazine

"Small plates and space to mingle are hallmarks of blogger Aran Goyoaga, who seamlessly makes the old world new again (and gluten free) in the sunny warmth of Florida"—Martha Stewart's Everyday Food

"Aran's unique sensibility rings clear throughout this book, from her heartfelt, attractive cooking to her beautifully styled photography. Lovely all the way around."—Heidi Swanson

"Aran makes beautiful food that is meant to be shared with family and friends. That it is all gluten-free is a boon for people like me, but this is food for everyone. Peruse the pages of Small Plates and Sweet Treats and you will fall in love with this book."—Shauna James Ahern. author of Gluten-free Girl

"With its mesmerizing and enticing photography, it will be hard for anyone to resist opening Small Plates and Sweet Treats daily for culinary inspiration."—The Latin Kitchen

"Beautiful and filled with recipes that are gorgeous, delicious, and fitting for the season, this is a go-to book for finding baked goodies to make."—Jaymi Heimbuch, Mother Nature Network

About the Author

Author Aran Goyoaga's popular blog Cannelle et Vanille has garnered her recognition from some of the food world's most influential websites and personalities, including Martha Stewart, the New York Times, and Gwyneth Paltrow's newsletter GOOP. A MBA and Culinary School graduate and full-time food writer, stylist, photographer and mother of two, Aran has a passion for great ingredients and a table full of friends and family.

More About the Author

Aran Goyoaga is a James Beard award-nominated food blogger. Her blog Cannelle Et Vanille has been featured in many publications such as Martha Stewart's Everyday Food, In Style, New York Times, Miami Herald, Palm Beach Post, Living Without, Fine Cooking, Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP, CNN, Saveur, and many more, including a few TV appearances in her native Basque Country.

Aran was born in Bilbao (Spain's Basque Country) in a family of pastry chefs and farmers. She moved to the US in her early 20's where she trained to become a professional pastry chef. After a few years working in fine-dining professional kitchens, she turned to food styling and photography.

Aran currently resides in South Florida with her husband and two children.

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Customer Reviews

This book has easy to follow recipes as well as very tasty recipes.
merseyboo
As a follower of Aran Goyoaga's Cannelle et Vanille blog, I'm thrilled to have some of her delicious recipes and beautiful photographs collected in a book.
Jennifer Simonson
I was so excited to get this book & it was everything & more I had hoped it would be.
Allison DeJohn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amy Atlas on October 4, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I first discovered Aran's work about 4 years ago through her Cannelle Vanille blog. Initially, I was attracted to her work because of her food styling and photography. I quickly became a bigger fan when I started reading her beautiful stories from her hometown in Basque and then trying her recipes for my own family. I now have her book and I'm amazed. I've pored over every page and her book does not disappoint. Aran has been at the forefront of gluten-free cooking and baking. She is one of the leaders that has taken on the unenviable task of figuring out how different flours {like chestnut, hazelnut, quinoa, buckwheat, the list goes on} work WELL together to make recipes that have health benefits, but are also full on flavor. Chocolate & Sweet Potato Doughnuts, Roasted Pumpkin Ice Cream Sundaes, Glazed Apple and Chestnut Bundt Cakes, the list goes on with her elegant, but healthful recipes. This will make it easier for future pastry chefs and home cooks to come up with innovative recipes with different flours. While I don't have a completely gluten-free home and I've just recently been experimenting with this type of baking for my own family, I have made some simple and healthy changes in my home since buying this book. The book has inspired me and it is fun experimenting with all of these new flours I had never used before. the photography is stunning, to boot. And her stories, as always, transform me to her hometown in the Basque Country, Spain. It's a BIG book filled with guidance, and so, so much inspiration. This is already a staple cookbook and stand-out in my very-filled cookbook collection.
-Amy Atlas
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on February 5, 2013
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I was so excited to get this book. I read it front to back and bookmarked all the recipes i wanted to make. And then i started making them. How disappointing! They were rather bland for the most part, and had that heavy "typical gluten free ugh" about the ones that used flour. I am a very experienced gluten free cook and i expected better of someone with her cooking background. Second time i've been deceived by a gf book with pretty pictures. Her stories are interesting and her photos are beautiful, but if you want good recipes that are tasty and not bland, don't buy this book. I tried 6-7 recipes and not one was a winner. They were just so-so. I wasn't the only one who thought so, unfortunately.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By lambster on October 29, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I was very happy to win this book. What I thought I would receive is a gluten free cook book full of recipes that normally would contain gluten but in this version do not. In other words recipes that if you eat real fast taste sort of like their gluten laden cousins. I would have been happy with this. What I received was this amazingly beautiful cookbook filled with mouth watering recipes written by a very accomplished chef. Last night was grapefruit risotto with shrimp (unbelievably good)tomorrow night is root vegetable Panzanella Salad with Chorizo. As the title states these recipes are gluten free and there is an array of various gluten free flours that can be used for this purpose. I have no dietary concerns with gluten so I am working my way through the recipes simply because they are delicious. If you are actually on a gluten free diet then this book will be a great addition to your cookbook collection, as it is to mine. Bon appétit
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Karen Plump on October 9, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I was first drawn to this book after seeing Aran's beautiful work on her blog. Her photography, recipes and writing all make her the package deal. Her recipes look complicated but they are not. I was terrified of making a tart until seeing the recipes and helpful hints in this book. Her food is elegant yet simple to make and derives its beauty and taste from all natural/whole ingredients which is important to me. I will definitely be picking up a few extra copies to give to friends for the holiday season.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LizCarper on March 8, 2013
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Excellent cookbook. Had everything from the basics to how to mix your own flour combinations for cakes, desserts, batters, etc... I bought 2 of these cookbooks as Christmas gifts for friends who have Celiac disease. They loved them!!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Heather on March 17, 2013
Format: Hardcover
I love this cookbook by Aran Goyoaga. The photos of every recipe in the book are artful. The photos inspire new ideas with presentation. Many of the photos look like menu choices from five star restaurants. Take for example the "scallop, fennel, apple & hazelnut salad". I could practically pick up a fork and eat off the page. More and more people these days are trying to become gluten free. The only problem I have with this cookbook is that it is not for everyone. The two drawbacks to achieving gluten free eating with this cookbook are price and availability of ingredients.
First availability and price: I live in an urban area. There is a Whole Foods plus other similar stores I could shop at but I don't go to those stores. They are not so convenient to where I live and pricey. When I received this cookbook around Christmas, almost none of the flours used in this cookbook were available at my local King Soopers. Now, only a few months later almost every flour is on the shelf in the gluten free section. So the demand is there but... the price is quite high. Purchasing many of the flours in this cookbook -millet flour, buckwheat, potato, quinoa, brown rice, sorghum cost me over $65.00. And those were in relatively small quantities. All of them say on their packaging that they recommend refrigeration so that meant clearing off a shelf in the refrigerator and buying additional packaging for storage. The author does offer a good resource list for ingredients at the end of the book. So if you live in a rural area and want to follow these recipes, I'm sure you could manage to find the ingredients with possibly a lot of effort and money spent.
The recipes are elegant.
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