Bought this after seeing the Hemsley sisters on BBC's Saturday Kitchen and thought it would a useful source of recipes towards healthier and predominantly gluten-free eating - and while it is, the sisters promote in my opinion a very strict dietary regime that I would struggle to adhere to, so perhaps not as realistic for me. That said, there are some great recipes and I love the courgette 'spaghetti' and the reliance on really fresh, organic ingredients.
This is a charming book and not just about how Julia Child developed her career but an appraisal of French Life in the years after the Second World Way. A really interesting read that I couldn't put down.
Bought the Kindle edition and it is a good read - Djokovic takes us right through from his early life in his war-torn homeland and his quest to be a champion. Great to see that the foreword was by Wiliam Davis MD [Wheat Belly Cookbook]. Have tried a couple of the recipes and although I won't be following Djokovic's regime as closely as he does - and he himself tells the reader he doesn't expect this - it is another useful aid to following a gluten-free plan.