“It is often said a coeliac will know that food contains gluten or wheat because it will taste too good not to. This book is filled with recipes that will dispel that myth, welcome to My Gluten-Free Kitchen”.
Cavan-based chef Gearóid Lynch runs The Olde Post Inn in Cloverhill. When he was diagnosed with coeliac disease three years ago, the pleasure of cooking was briefly taken from him. Refusing to let the diagnosis limit his enjoyment of food, he created a variety of delicious, gluten-free adaptations of everyday dishes, which he shares with you in this book.
My Gluten-Free Kitchen isn’t another book detailing the ins and outs or ups and downs of coeliac disease – it is very simply, a cookbook. As well as tempting breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts, such as Buttermilk Scones, Camembert Quiche, Bacon and Cabbage Terrine and Apple and Pecan Crumble, there’s a section on store-cupboard staples and basics, including gluten-free bread, pizza and pasta. With a few small adjustments, those with coeliac disease will no longer miss out on their favourite meals.
So whether you have to cut gluten out of your diet or just feel better when you do, rediscover the joy of cooking with over 120 tasty, feel-good recipes that everyone will enjoy.
My Gluten Free Kitchen will be published by Gill Books on Friday 22 April, priced at €24.99.
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