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The Gluten-Free Table: The Lagasse Girls Share Their Favorite Meals Paperback – 31 Jul 2014

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"Jilly and Jessie Lagasse have gone and done it. They've taken the warm, soulful food that connects them to their Dad and translated it into the language of gluten-free, so that we may have the pleasure of sharing both the food and the love, safely, with our own families. Thank you, Lagasse Girls!" --Nicole Hunn, author of Gluten-Free on a Shoestring

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Now in paperback a gluten-free cookbook offering creative, delicious, comfort style recipes from the daughters of beloved chef Emeril Lagasse.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x931af420) out of 5 stars 58 reviews
21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928a715c) out of 5 stars modest information for gluten free cooking 20 Nov. 2012
By nolaiswonderful - Published on
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The recipes are modest at best. There is very little nitty gritty information about cooking and baking for a gluten free diet. I am sure there are more informative books written on the subject. I expected more adaptations of traditional Louisiana creole and cajun recipes. I found very few in the book. I certainly found the information pertaining to making a roux, the foundation of Louisiana cooking to be scant, unsatisfying, and cursory. Diligent searches on the internet has produced more and better recipes than the ones in this book. I doubt that this book would have been published if the authors did not have a father who is a famous chef.
22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928a73a8) out of 5 stars Extremely disappointed 1 Dec. 2012
By K. J. Smith - Published on
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I am in agreement with the other reviewers who said this book only sold because of the authors' famous father. I wish I could have taken a look at some of the recipes before buying the book, but only a Kindle preview is available, which doesn't show any recipes. I confess, despite that fact I decided to give the book a chance because of Emeril endorsing it, so I figured it had to be good since they learned to cook from him. If I had been able to see a sampling of the recipes I would have realized that nothing there is original. I mean, come on. They published recipes that are widely available in standard cookbooks. The book description on Amazon says in part "they learned to adjust, changing the ways they cooked, ate, and used ingredients," but I didn't find that to be the case, since the majority of the recipes didn't contain any ingredients that would have needed substitutions. Those that needed a substitution for flour called for an "all purpose" gluten-free mix, not carefully selected gluten-free flours that would create the specifically desired result. I noticed a couple that called for tapioca, but unless I missed something while leafing through the book the rest used all purpose gluten-free mix. How difficult is that? No real talent went into these recipes. I find that very sad. Another thing I found sad was that the waldorf-style salad called for blue cheese. Not all varieties of blue cheese are the same. Sometimes the mold spores in the cheese are cultured from bread - something potentially dangerous for a very gluten sensitive individual. Just like some celiacs can tolerate oats and others cannot, this type of issue should have been addressed in the book or the ingredient omitted altogether.

In a nutshell, I am very disappointed with the lack of effort, creativity, and knowledge needed to make truly exceptional gluten-free foods, and I must also question their famous father's ability as well. I am sorry I wasted money on this book; after all, I only got a portion of it back when I returned it. Such a shame.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928a736c) out of 5 stars A so-so gluten free cookbook 19 Aug. 2014
By Tina in Florida - Published on
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Gluten Free Table by Jilly Lagasse and Jessie Lagasse Swanson

I like cookbooks. Just about any sort will give me a few hours of entertainment looking over the recipes, photos and stories. This book intrigued me not because of the Lagasse name but because it addressed a variety of meals ( appetizers to dessert) which may be served to those with a wheat intolerance.

There are some good recipes in there but frankly, most of them could be found in any number of cookbooks. If flour is called for they substituted a gluten free baking mix or rice flour. I did prepare a few things from this book and I liked them. My husband who has a wheat intolerance, not celiac disease, liked them also.

There is a good resource page at the back of the book providing links and contacts for gluten-free products, links for celiac foundations and helpful information for those who aren’t just wheat intolerant but have actual celiac disease. They also mention a few magazines devoted to those with celiac and allergies.

Overall, I am glad I checked this one out of the library. I liked it, I didn’t love it.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928a7948) out of 5 stars My Saviors! 19 Oct. 2012
By Greenemu - Published on
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For anyone following a gluten free lifestyle, this cookbook is a MUST! My love for cooking has been renewed by the Lagasse Girls. It is so refreshing to be able to have go to recipes and not have to try and figure out myself how to make my favorite things gluten free. So far everything I have made has been so wonderful that sadly there have been no leftovers.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928a76fc) out of 5 stars The best book I bought 11 July 2013
By Cat - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This is my FAVORITE GF cookbook. The recipes all come out well, the pictures are gorgeous, the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I do wish there were more desserts in it. Also, several of the recipes call for "all purpose GF flour" which, of course comes in all different ratios of all different flours, which can drastically change a recipe. Emeril's GF pizza is fun to tweak, and tastes pretty good. I definitely recommend this book to all my GF friends.
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