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Experience the magic of the Disney Parks right in your kitchen with these 100, easy and delicious recipes inspired by… Walt Disney World!Stroll right down the middle of Main Street USA, journey from Adventureland to Infinity and Beyond at Pixar Pier, and explore every avenue in between to taste the flavors of the Disney Parks…all without leaving your kitchen. With The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook you can bring the magic of Disneyland and Walt Disney World snacks and treats right to your home. Recreate favorites like the classic Dole Whip and Mickey Pretzels to new favorites like blue milk from Star Wars land and Jack Jack&’s Cookie Num Nums from Pixar Pier. These 100 recipes inspired by iconic yummies are perfect whether you are a forever Disney fan or just love a good snack. Now you can feel as if you shared a snack with Mickey himself right from the comfort of your own home!
By Wilbert Jones. 2006
"Jones continues to be the master at creating dishes to excite your taste buds. Delicious!" --Donna Hodge, food editor, N'DIGO… magapaper Crawfish Étoufée, Chicken Fried Steak, Creamed Spinach, Mixed Berry Cobbler. . .Is your mouth watering yet? These decadent, flavor-rich dishes are part of the long Southern tradition of "smothered" foods. Rooted in the author's upbringing and peppered throughout with personal anecdotes, Smothered Southern Foods explains the simple art of "smothering" as nothing more complicated than covering one food with another food or sauce, while baking or braising the dish in a covered skillet or pot. Vegetables, meats, and even desserts can be smothered, and the results are any food lover's delight. With tips on buying and storing vegetables, easy-to-follow directions and serving suggestions, and recipes for 105 mouthwatering favorites, Smothered Southern Foods is a delicious way to bring the true taste of the South into your own home, the way Southern chefs have cooked for generations. "Foods that bring us comfort and are just darn good!" --Art Smith, bestselling author of Back to the Table Includes scrumptious recipes for these smothered classics: * Creamed Onions * Buttered Kale * Fricassee of Clams * Sole in White Wine Sauce * Chicken and Rice * Pepper Steak * Bourbon Pumpkin Pie * Rum-Raisin Pears . . .And many more! "Finger-licking meals for a new generation of soul food lovers." --Retha Hill, vice president of Content, BET.com Wilbert Jones is the president of Healthy Concepts, Inc., a Chicago-based food and beverage product development company, founded in 1993. He attended the École de Gastronomie Française Ritz-Escoffier in Paris, and was a food scientist at Kraft Foods. In 2002 he was inducted into the prestigious Les Amis d'Escoffier Society of Chicago. Jones is also a contributing editor for Prepared Foods Magazine and a freelance special features writer for Black Entertainment Television's website. Wilbert's inspiration for cooking came from his grandmother Ruth Randle, who was one of the best cooks in Mississippi. Smothered Southern Foods is filled with special recipes and stories about Jones' childhood and recent meals prepared for his family and friends.
By Stephen Moramarco, Federico Moramarco. 2006
Deliciously easy. . .Deliciously elegant. . .Deliciously Italian! In Italy, celebrating with a meal isn't reserved for special occasions--it's a… way of life. In this delectable collection of recipes, father-and-son team Federico Moramarco and Stephen Moramarco have collected a mouthwatering selection of the finest Italian dishes for you to enjoy. * Shrimp and Lobster Meatballs * Panzanella * Stuffed Calamari * Orechiette with Potatoes and Arugula * Ravioli from scratch * Foie Gras Gnocchi * Pan Roasted Lamb with Black Olives * Drunken Pork Loin * Veal Piccata * Tiramisu * Ricotta Pie Nicolette * Sweet Ravioli with Cherry Custard SauceFrom traditional family recipes that have been handed down for generations to culinary creations from renowned restaurants, such as Biba, Zazu, and Gramercy Tavern, this treasury of Italian fare will make every night a celebration.Share the secrets of food, love, and family Preparing and sharing a delicious meal is a simple yet meaningful way to spend time with your loved ones. In Deliciously Italian, authors Federico and Stephen Moramarco bring you a delightful collection of 101 tantalizing recipes--from family favorites to fabulous creations from the nation's most celebrated chefs--Tom Colicchio, Biba Caggiano, and Lynn Rosetto Kasper--and many more!Recipes such as: * Stuffed Artichokes (the Marinese family, Brindisi, Apulia) * Chicken Cacciatore (the Dellavecchia family, Nusco, Torrelledei Lombardy) * Limoncello (the Calavita family, Abruzzi) * Roasted Tomatoes with Polenta (Gramercy Tavern, New York City) * Rock Cornish Game Hens with Garlic and Olive Oil (Biba, Sacramento) * Garlic Ice Cream (The Stinking Rose, San Francisco)Whether you're cooking the traditional favorites for comfort or updated classics for a crowd, Deliciously Italian offers up a collection of culinary delights that are sure to warm your heart and liven up your dinner table.Federico Moramarco has a love of Italian food that goes back to his childhood in Brooklyn. For years, he has cooked and savored the recipes that have been in his family for generations. In addition to his love of food, he is the editor of Poetry International, published by San Diego State University, where he is an English professor.
By John Schlimm. 2018
White lightning . . . XXX . . . Firewater. Whatever you call it, moonshine is America’s original rebel spirit.… This ultimate must-have for aspiring moonshine connoisseurs, boozy history buffs, and party seekers everywhere is a buzz-worthy ride through moonshine’s legendary history. From its roots in the hollows of Appalachia and keeping the good times flowing through Prohibition to its headlining status today as a pop culture icon, Moonshine tells the rip-roaring story of the moonshiners who became folk heroes for the ages and how their batches of XXX endure as the favorite thirst-quencher of millions. While stirring the rebel in each of us, Moonshine also gives you a bootleg up on hosting get-togethers and parties with a dream stash of 100 recipes for infusions and cocktails using moonshine as a main ingredient—Moonshine Monkey, Dirt Road Colada, Lemongrass & Mint Mojito, Smokey Mountain S’More, and many more. Plus, other fun-starters throughout the book include moonshine-themed playlists and a how-to for throwing an unforgettable moonshiner’s movie night. Moonshine: A Celebration of America’s Original Rebel Spirit proves once and for all that the best things in life still come in jugs and Mason jars.
By Rick Kogan, Maureen Schulman, Tara Lane, Jolene Worthington, Diana Moles, Peter Mccullough. 2015
The Eli’s Cheesecake Cookbook captures the glory of this globally celebrated interpretation of one of America’s favorite desserts. Eli’s cheesecake… began more than 35 years ago, rising to prominence first as a featured item at one of Chicago’s most popular restaurants--Eli’s The Place for Steak, a classic steakhouse and pillar of the city’s culinary community that was also a noted celebrity watering hole. From Eli Schulman’s first cheesecake creation at Eli’s The Place for Steak to President Obama’s 50th birthday cake, this book details the storied history of one of the nation's most famous desserts. This cookbook includes 40 cheesecake recipes, including Original Plain, Chocolate Chip, Cinnamon Rum Raisin, Belgian Chocolate, Espresso, and Banana, plus 10 signature steakhouse dishes like the acclaimed Liver Eli. Schulman is often credited with putting "Chicago-style” cheesecake, richer and creamier than its New York counterpart, on the map. Published to coincide with the 35th anniversary of Eli’s Cheesecakes, this collection will allow home cooks to make the same cheesecakes that helped celebrate Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s inauguration, Presidents Clinton and Obama's inaugurations, Abraham Lincoln’s bicentennial, the City of Chicago’s 150th birthday, the White Sox World Series, and more. As Eli Schulman might say, it’s a helluva book.
By Ina Pinkney, Christina Silvestris, Stephen Hamilton. 2015
Ina Pinkney--the beloved restaurateur known affectionately as the "Breakfast Queen"--has been feeding Chicago for more than 30 years. When she… closed her namesake restaurant's doors in 2013, it headlined news across the Midwest. Now, the favorite dishes that thousands came to love at Ina's are showcased in the first paperback edition of her newly retitled book, Ina's Kitchen: Taste Memories and Recipes from the Breakfast Queen. Ina first self-published this book in hardcover in 2014, and it has already sold thousands of copies with minimal bookstore distribution. Ina's Kitchen is part cookbook part memoir, collecting 39 of Ina's favorite recipes with stories from her life. From milestone moments and warm memories to the "truth" about owning a restaurant, readers will gain a deeper understanding of one of Chicago's best-known culinary icons. Ina views her life as a recipe, and the book's chapters reflect that notion. From "Ingredients" and "Preparation" to "Clean Up," readers will come to understand what inspired and drove Ina's love of food--and her culinary success. Recipes include everything from Ina's signature Blobbs and Heavenly Hots to Foolproof Pancakes and Baked French Toast. In addition to breakfast favorites, Ina has also included savory dishes and dessert recipes. Ina's Kitchen is a love letter to the diners Ina has fed over the years. In it, she shares her wisdom with the same generosity--both of food and of spirit--that kept people coming back to her restaurant for decades.
By Allen Dikker. 2018
&“Fantastic, unique recipes . . . Whether you want to accent your favorite meal with a potato dish or make an exciting main… dish.&” —Broadway World Latkes. Gnocchi. Aligot. Knishes. Samosas. Munini-imo. Poutine. Potatoes—consumed globally at a rate of about sixty-eight pounds per capita each year—are the stars of some of the world&’s most beloved dishes. Perhaps this is why most of us tend to underestimate the humble tuber—it&’s so familiar that we forget its full potato potential. Enter The Potatopia Cookbook, a collection of more than seventy-five creative potato recipes from Allen Dikker, the CEO and founder of Potatopia, the fast-casual all-potato restaurant that has been featured by the New York Times, the Village Voice, and Eater.com, among others. While the cookbook includes some traditional potato dishes like gnocchi and shepherd&’s pie, most recipes are innovative creations that reimagine the world&’s most popular vegetable. Ever thought to make lasagna with paper-thin potato slices instead of noodles? Or prepare truffles with mashed potatoes? Find it all in The Potatopia Cookbook alongside detailed descriptions of potato varieties, potato history, and potato preparation and storage tips. As an added bonus to their popularity, potatoes are naturally gluten-free and—when prepared simply—very nutritious. Along with being fat-, sodium-, and cholesterol-free, potatoes are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. As he did with Potatopia&’s menu, Dikker highlights these benefits in the cookbook by focusing on recipes that skip the fat in favor of keeping it healthy. The result is a hearty, wholesome celebration of all things potato. &“A culinary journey guided by the simple, often underappreciated tuber.&” —Foreword Reviews
By Perrin Davis. 2011
This new series by Surrey Books launches with an everything-you-need-to-know guide to using the slow cooker, and features 101 delicious,… diverse, and recipes, all of which have been thoroughly kitchen-tested to ensure you have success every time you make one.Featuring a detailed introduction that covers the basics of slow-cooking and discusses helpful how-to's, insider tips, and keys to best results, this book--and all the books in the 101 series--features a simple, contemporary-looking design that's as clear-cut as it is elegant, with measures calculated using both traditional and metric quantities. Scattered throughout are beautiful full-color photographs that accentuate the book's visual appeal. This is a practical, hands-on kitchen resource that will also look great on the shelf--and because its flex-binding is sewn, it's supremely easy to keep open and flat on your kitchen counter while you're cooking from it.Perfect both for beginners and more experienced cooks looking to broaden their kitchen horizons, Slow Cooker 101's breadth of recipes are drawn from a wide range of culinary traditions. Among the delicious recipes include here:Beef StroganoffLamb BiryaniPaellaWinter Vegetable RisottoCorn PuddingChicken MoleCioppinoSlow Cooker 101 will be an essential addition to the ranks of slow cooker cookbooks, and the 101 series it premiers is positioned to become a popular resource for contemporary home cooks.
By Barbara Grunes, Linda R. Yoakam. 2017
Child-friendly recipes that fit into your busy lifestyle and offer healthy—and tasty—alternatives to today&’s fast food meals and sugary snacks.… This redesigned and expanded third edition of Diabetes Snacks, Treats, and Easy Eats for Kids offers even more simple, delicious recipes for healthy, well-balanced diets. Since the book was first published in 2006, the prevalence of diabetes in children has continued to increase. Children under age nineteen have seen a twenty-one percent increase in Type 1 cases, and children ages ten to nineteen have seen a thirty percent increase in cases of Type 2—a disease that used to be considered an adult condition. But kids will be kids, and when they come home from school, they want a snack that&’s simple, satisfying, and occasionally sweet. When it comes to dinner, they usually don&’t have the time or the taste for fancy meals. With this in mind, author Barbara Grunes has developed more than 150 recipes for snacks and meals that kids really like and that stay within diabetic guidelines. Grunes&’s goal is to help all kids enjoy food that is good for them—even if they have diabetes. Each recipe includes the nutritional information readers need, whether they count carbs or use the exchange method. With recipes like Pizza Puffs, Spud Pancakes, Chicken Fajitas, Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes, and Fruit Turnovers, this book proves that everyone can enjoy familiar and delicious food together. After all, it&’s not about &“good,&” &“bad,&” or &“forbidden&” foods—it&’s about readers feeding their families sensibly.
By Viktorija Todorovska. 2013
Sardinia, the isolated and majestic island off the southwest coast of Italy, has a rich and ancient history as home… to different Mediterranean peoples whose customs have intertwined over the centuries. The result is an unparalleled richness of cuisine. The Sardinian Cookbook captures these wonderful flavors, delivering more than 100 easy-to-make recipes that are as healthful as they are delicious.Sardinia is an island of many distinct landscapes and nationalities, from its rugged interior and breath-taking coastline to its diverse blend of Spanish, French, Italian, and Moorish cultures. From myrtle, saffron, and honey to lamb, seafood, and specialty cheeses, Sardinian food features a broad variety of flavors for any occasion. Many traditional Sardinian recipes are simple and straightforward - reflecting the peasant cuisine heavy on legumes, fresh vegetables, olive oil, and bread. However, it is common for Sardinians to celebrate holidays with lavish feasts and special delicacies: suckling pig, lobster, bottarga (Sardinian caviar), and the full-bodied yet natural flavorings of Sardinian sausages.
By Barbara Grunes, R.D. Linda R. Yoakam. 2010
Like everyone else, people with type II diabetes don't have much time to cook, don't want to deal with "gourmet"… recipes, and just want to eat their favorite dishes. They want to pop something in the oven, under the broiler, or on the gas grill, and eat what they like without worrying that it will be harmful to them. If they are kids (and the increase of diabetes among teens is alarming), they want to find some ready-to-munch snacks waiting for them.* 150 recipes for snacks, dips, munchies, appetizers, main courses, side dishes, vegetarian treats, beverages, cakes, pies, cookies and brownies, and desserts - even ice cream -- that are low in fat, carbohydrates, and sodium, created especially for people with diabetes* All the dishes are really easy to make - most take less than 20 minutes to prepare, use less than 4 ingredients plus condiments, and don't require much in the way of cooking skills* stocking the pantry to make quick cooking a breeze.* Special section of meals and snacks kids like.* Nutrition analysis and exchanges for each recipe.* Introduction by a Certified Diabetes Educator covering basics of cooking for people with diabetes.
By Pat Sinclair. 2006
With the demise of home economics in the school system, many adults have no baking experience at all, relying on… dreary store-bought baked goods and artificial mixes to satisfy their cravings. Baking Basics and Beyond allows even absolute novices to prepare a wide array of delicious, healthy breads, cakes, cookies, pies, and more. In a warm, reassuring manner, Pat Sinclair leads beginning bakers step-by-step through each recipe, thoroughly explaining each technique and direction. After learning a basic technique, additional recipes provide further practice and more elaborate results. This second edition contains more than 100 recipes, from old favorites like icebox cookies, cornbread, and brownies to updated classics, including Butterscotch Cashew Blondies, Chai Latte Custards, and Savory Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding. Throughout, explanations and precise tips, based on Sinclair's years of baking experience, make readers feel as though there is a friendly teacher in the kitchen, peering over their shoulders, and guiding them toward perfect results, every time.This new edition of this basic, down-to-earth, reader-friendly baking guide is updated with beautiful full color photos throughout.
Good Eating's Quick Breads: A Collection Of Convenient And Unique Recipes For Muffins, Scones, Loaves, And More
By Chicago Tribune Staff. 2012
Good Eating's Quick Breads provides a broad selection of quick bread recipes--all of which are made with a leavening agent… like baking powder or soda instead of yeast to permit immediate baking--that are easily prepared and always enjoyed. An engaging and helpful introduction to baking quick breads precedes recipes that cover everything from scones, muffins, and pancakes to biscuits, savory loaves, and sweet loaves baked with fruits, nuts, and spices. For those who rarely bake, or even for those who regularly do looking for something new, quick breads are perfect sure-success recipes that can be prepared for any occasion.Written in the friendly tone of the Chicago Tribune and compiled from recipes kitchen-tested by the staff's award-winning food writers, Good Eating's Quick Breads is a terrific addition to any home cook's library. Filled with full-color photographs, helpful hints, and interesting back-stories, this book is a wonderful, straightforward way to add a unique twist to any chef's repertoire.
By R.D. Linda R. Yoakam, Sue Spitler. 2014
A redesigned and reformatted version of a perennial favorite, this fourth edition of 1,001 Delicious Soups and Stews delights the… palate and soothes the soul, no matter the season. The new edition features streamlined recipes focused on swift and simple preparation and recipe classification information to make recipe selection easier. Hundreds of these wonderful recipes can be prepared in 45 minutes or less (special icons identify these dishes), and hundreds more are easily found according to preferences for low-carb, low-calorie, and vegetarian options. All recipes are written in a concise format and use readily available ingredients with a focus on fresh, seasonal foods. No special cooking skills or equipment are required - great one-pot meals have never been easier.This comprehensive collection features hundreds of recipes from all over the world, including the Americas, the Mediterranean, China, and India. Readers will find everything from old standbys and comfort-classics to bold chilis, chowders, bisques, fruit soups, and chilled soups. Stick-to-your ribs stews make meal planning easy - they're substantial enough to be complete, one-pot meals in themselves, and fast and easy enough for weeknight suppers or elegant dinner parties. Either way, readers will never run out of mealtime ideas again!
New Prairie Kitchen: Stories and Seasonal Recipes from Chefs, Farmers, and Artisans of the Great Plains
By Summer Miller, Photographs by Dana Damewood. 2015
New Prairie Kitchen profiles 25 of the most exciting and groundbreaking chefs, farmers, and producers of artisanal goods from Nebraska,… Iowa, and South Dakota. Their personal stories are interspersed with more than 50 chef-contributed recipes that range from refreshingly simple to exquisitely gourmet. Organized by season, New Prairie Kitchen will transport readers to a revitalized Midwestern heartland where traditional favorites interweave with inspiring new flavors and techniques. Author Summer Miller introduces readers to the phenomenal talent emerging from America’s breadbasket: farms that grow asparagus thick as your thumb and tender as a strawberry; dairies that produce fresh, natural milks and cheeses; and nationally recognized restaurants that make these mouthwatering ingredients into edible art. Pioneering chefs across the prairie have taken an old-meets-new approach to their cuisine, sourcing traditional staples from local sustainable farms, and incorporating them into recipes in new and thrilling ways. Beautiful full-color photography and terrific storytelling will lead readers through a wonderful diversity of cooking styles and recipes sure to appeal to any palate. New Prairie Kitchen will reveal a fresh take on farm-to-table cooking and inspire Americans from coast to coast to try everything the prairie has to offer.
The 101 series expands with an all-new, everything-you-need-to-know guide to great recipes for breakfast and brunch. This cookbook features 101… delicious, diverse, and accessible recipes, all of which have been thoroughly kitchen tested. Breakfast & Brunch 101 also features a simple, contemporary-looking design that's as practical as it is elegant, with measures calculated using both traditional and metric quantities. Scattered throughout are beautiful full-color photographs that enhance the book's utility and visual appeal. These practical, hands-on kitchen resources also look great on the kitchen bookshelf--and because their durable flexi-binding is sewn, they are extremely easy to keep open and lay flat on your kitchen counter while you're cooking from their pages. Every home cook can appreciate how a lie-flat binding makes a cookbook much easier to use!Breakfast & Brunch 101 starts off with a detailed introduction that covers breakfast and brunch basics and provides plenty of helpful how-tos, insider tips, and keys to best results. The book's aim is to provide everything a reader needs to know in order to make these recipes successfully. The 101 recipes feature a breadth of different dishes drawn from a wide range of culinary traditions, all of them featuring clear, straightforward directions, and all of them delicious. The 101 series is perfect both for beginners and more experienced cooks looking to broaden their kitchen horizons.
By Madelaine Bullwinkel. 2017
&“Madelaine makes it clear and easy to go from perfectly ripened fruit to stunningly delicious jams and jellies.&” —Gale Gand,… James Beard Award–winning pastry chef A how-to guide that is perfect for eager cooks and seasoned preservers alike, providing one-hundred foolproof recipes for jams, jellies, marmalades, and more. For those new to the craft, it includes a primer on the history and basic technique of preserving. Experienced canners will appreciate new flavor combinations—such as Lime Zucchini Marmalade and Blackberry Ginger Preserves—as well as forty recipes for breads, muffins, and desserts that make good use of your new jams and jellies. Additionally, most of the recipes avoid using commercial pectin, which means you can use less sugar or, in some cases, none at all. Since Artisanal Preserves was originally published in 2005, the popularity of home preserving has continued to rise along with renewed interest in other old-fashioned craft cooking hobbies, such as brewing beer, pickling produce, and making sourdough starters. Bullwinkel&’s thorough teaching style and time-saving techniques make the preserving process surprisingly simple. Artisanal Preserves is the go-to primer for making elegant, delicious fruit preserves at home. &“A remarkable culinary windfall.&” —Charlie Trotter, James Beard Award–winning chef
By Perrin Davis. 2012
This new series continues with an all-new everything-you-need-to-know guide to making diabetic-friendly meals. This cookbook features 101 delicious, diverse, and… accessible recipes, all of which have been thoroughly kitchen tested. Diabetes Cooking 101 will also feature a simple, contemporary-looking design that's as practical as it is elegant, with measures calculated using both traditional and metric quantities. Scattered throughout are beautiful full-color photographs that enhance each books utility and visual appeal. These practical, hands-on kitchen resources also look great on the kitchen bookshelf--and because their durable flexi-binding is sewn, they are extremely easy to keep open and lay flat on your kitchen counter while you're cooking from their pages. Every home cook can appreciate how a life-flat binding makes a cookbook much easier to use!Diabetes Cooking 101 starts off with a detailed introduction that covers the basics of the book's topic and provides plenty of helpful how-tos, insider tips, and keys to best results. The idea is to provide everything a reader needs to know in order to make these recipes successfully. The 101 recipes included feature a breadth of different dishes drawn from a wide range of culinary traditions, all of them featuring clear, straightforward directions, and all of them delicious. The 101 series is perfect both for beginners and more experienced cooks looking to broaden their kitchen horizons.
By JeanMarie Brownson. 2015
JeanMarie Brownson has long been a beloved chef and food writer, from her time as the Chicago Tribune’s test kitchen… director and associate food editor to her ongoing professional partnership with the iconic Rick Bayless (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Xoco). Since 2007, Brownson has chronicled her life of cooking in a series of Chicago Tribune columns, the best of which have been hand-picked to form her newest cookbook, Dinner at Home: 140 Recipes to Enjoy with Family and Friends. This book features inventive and easy-to-make recipe ideas, along with gorgeous full-color photography. Organized by course, Dinner at Home also devotes chapters to holiday dinners, party snacks, rubs and sauces, and "breakfast for dinner. ” Readers will enjoy the seasonal menus, such as those for special occasions (Anniversary Dinner, Ultimate Father’s Day, and Sunday Brunch) as well as themed meals (Manhattan Cocktail Party, Saturday Night Beer Tasting, and Wish We Were in Ireland Supper). For Brownson, cooking for others ranks as one of life’s greatest pleasures, and her passion for creating trustworthy, approachable recipes is clear throughout Dinner at Home. This book is a must-have for home cooks who love the time spent gathered around the table with friends, family, and delicious meals.
By Kelly Rudnicki. 2009
The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book is a one-stop guide to delicious, everyday baked goods free of dairy, eggs, and… nuts - the most common food allergens. It offers timeless, foolproof recipes that are easy to prepare even for kitchen novices. It's an invaluable resource for home bakers (and their families) who loves sweets and treats. These recipes are more than delicious enough to be enjoyed by everyone who craves great baked treats, whether they have food allergies or not. But they fill a particular need for families who find baking at home to be the smartest and safest option. All the traditional favorites are included, with chapters devoted to the best and tastiest muffins and quick breads, cookies and bars, and all manner of cakes, pies, crisps, and cobblers. In addition, the book is filled with practical advice about dealing with classroom and birthday parties, as well as easy ingredient substitution ideas. It is the go-to guide for food-allergy mamas everywhere.