Author Diane Jacobs has created a unique cookbook for celiacs and gluten-sensitive individuals. What makes this particular cookbook so extraordinary is Diane’s down-home country style and fresh ingredients, as if they just came from your garden or farm.
The recipes are truly unlike any other in this consistently one-of-a-kind gluten-free recipe book. We tried a variety of dishes from her cookbook, and one for one, they were delicious.
Using seasonal tomatoes to make a fresh, kid-friendly tomato pie had all-over sensory appeal. Then the “All American” Macaroni and Cheese—out-of-this-world. I have to mention the Johnny Cakes, too, adapted from a recipe published in a 1981 issue of Readers Digest—scrumptious.
Diane’s book is full of little anecdotes that introduce the delightful recipes to come. They seem to add an element of charm to each dish.
We just finished our last bite of the Pleasant Street Inn’s Apple Skillet Cake. Not a crumb left.
I highly recommend Diane’s fabulous book, Delicious! The Very Best of Gluten Free and Wheat Free Cooking.
You may purchase her book through Amazon or www.celiacdiseaseinfo.org.
Diane is also happy to share her eBook, which is 50 pages full of information—What on Earth Is Celiac?—also on her website. Read my eBook review here.
I also had the pleasure of interviewing Diane. Click here to learn more about this wonderful woman.
About Diane: Diane Jacobs was diagnosed in 2003 with celiac disease and has dedicated herself to sharing information about celiac disease and also about the benefits of eating and cooking wheat and gluten free. In 2005, Diane created her own website: http://www.celiacdiseaseinfo.org; in 2006 she self-published her first edition of her Ebook: What on Earth is a Celiac?; in 2008, her cookbook: Delicious! The Very Best of Gluten Free & Wheat Free Cooking, a Homestyle Recipe Collection for Celiacs and Wheat Sensitive Folks” was self-published both at the website and at Amazon.com: .
Then in 2010, she created her food blog: “Gluten Free Foodie Heaven”: http://www.glutenfreefoodieheaven.blogspot.com.
Diane speaks to community groups and organizations about celiac disease and about how to comfortably (and fabulously!) and survive as a person who either is required to or desires to eat gluten and wheat free. She also makes appearances on TV programs cooking gluten free and has been featured in local newspaper articles as well.
Prescott, Arizona Courier article: March14th, 2010:
From our home to yours, Tina Turbin.