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
Now in paperback a gluten-free cookbook offering creative, delicious, comfort style recipes from the daughters of beloved chef Emeril Lagasse.See all Product Description
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
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.
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.