Well, it’s finally here.
Gluten-Free Girl’s latest cookbook, Gluten-Free Girl Every Day was launched yesterday. It’s a lovely looking book, its theme being every day cooking for busy people. Each chapter covers a different style of eating. As its co-author Shauna James Ahern says,
Each chapter … is a different strategy for getting dinner on the table. It’s relatively easy to make some kind of whole grain, cook up a protein, and sauté some veggies. But what makes meals far more interesting is a little variety. So we have a whole-grains chapter, where we show you how we cook up a big pot of brown rice, quinoa, or millet, then freeze them in 2-cup portions in plastic bags. Time to make dinner? Grab some brown rice for a quick fried rice with roasted chicken, bok choy, and pickled ginger. Need dinner fast? Once you master the basic rules of how to make a great stir fry you can be eating a deeply flavorful, healthy meal in 15 minutes. There’s One-Pot Wonders, Rice and Beans, A Big Bowl of Pasta, The Meat Chapter, Breaking Down a Chicken (how to use every part of that chicken for a meal in the week), and Fire Up the Grill.
Gluten-Free Girl Every Day is now available for purchase from Amazon. It’s sure to be a stellar success, given that in 2010 their first cookbook, Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef, was named by the New York Times as one of the best cookbooks of 2010.
Want to know more? For a commentary about the cookbook by Shauna James Ahern, click here.