Gluten-Free Girl Every Day
Here is a book I checked out from the library and had to buy for myself almost instantly.
I picked it up at the library on Friday afternoon, woke up early on Saturday, and settled myself down on the parlor couch with a cup of tea and some scraps of paper to mark recipes I'd like to try. So many slips of paper tucked in to mark pages that it was silly not to have my very own copy.
I don't read Shauna's blog daily, I do more of a once-a-month check-in. Although her photography is gorgeous (and makes you want to cook right away), too many of her recipes won't work with the restricted diets in our house and I just don't always have the energy to adjust/modify/play. Also, her cooking philosophy is very spontaneous; I can admire that from afar, but I need (and enjoy) a meal philosophy that's plan-plan-plan.
And a note for anyone who doesn't need to/want to eat gluten-free: it really doesn't matter with this book. Many of the recipes are "naturally" gluten-free (that is, they don't contain gluten-substitutes), and the photography alone is worth a peek.
I love to read cookbooks. Have any on your nightstand (or kitchen counter)?