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The Intolerant Gourmet: Glorious Food Without Gluten and Lactose

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Waffles

These are so good that my husband ate the entire batch covered in maple syrup while I was out of the kitchen fixing my computer. They are...

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English Muffins

These really do look and taste like their gluten- and dairy-laden counterparts. Just don’t expect quite as many nooks and crannies. It is...

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White Bread

This recipe would not be possible without the late Bette Hagman and her book The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes Bread. She was innovative and...

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Pancakes

Gone are the days when pancakes needed wheat flour, buttermilk, and butter to be delicious. Working from our waffle recipe, these pancake...

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Buckwheat Tabbouleh

I love tabbouleh. It is always made with cracked wheat, but I wanted to rescue it for our special diet. This is our own gluten-free versi...

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Quinoa-Crusted Chicken

Almost all of us have eaten chicken lightly coated with flour (and some seasonings) before sautéing. The flour keeps the chicken moist an...

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Basic Roast Chicken

One of my versions of this recipe is the most popular thing that I have ever written. I make one almost every week, and the carcass and i...

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Basic Fish Fillet

Nothing is simpler and quicker for dinner than individual fish fillets. The trick is to get them crisp without batter or a flour coating....

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Chicken Stock

Chicken stock is not difficult to make from scratch. I usually start it after I roast a chicken, using the carcass, innards, and any bone...

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Pork-Pistachio Pate

This is very French in flavor but designed for the busy American. There is no need to bother with timers, water baths, and long cooking t...

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Summer Millet Risotto

Millet is one of our oldest and smallest grains. While this risotto can be made with rice, it has the advantages of offering better nutri...

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Fake Chicken Stock

This is not a “real” stock because it’s not made with bones from scratch. The added gelatin makes up for more bones. It’s quicker than th...

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Chard and Lentil Soup

Most lentil soups are a dull brown. This one from Soup: A Way of Life is enlivened in both color and flavor by the additions.

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Simple Spring Vegetables With Pasta

This vegetarian dish can be served as a main course or as a pasta course. The vegetables can be served without pasta as an attractive-loo...

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Spring Fish Soup

It could just as easily be called a stew. It is an extremely pretty, nonfattening main course that can easily be multiplied. Serve with...

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Yum Yum Nut Sweets

Im surprised and delighted by the number of sweets and desserts that I have been able to come up with sans flour and dairy. With this on...

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Chickpea, Red Pepper, Basil, and Lemon Salad

There cannot be a salad that is more nutritious. I have served it as a first course and as a main on a summer’s day. It is colorful with ...

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Basic Vinaigrette

Use this vinaigrette to dress a salad, coat vegetables, or as a marinade.

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Black Bean Feijoada Over Spicy Rice

Feijoada is a Brazilian dish that is usually rich with every part of the pig, including the ears. This is a vegan versionstill very good.

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Roasted Salmon with Dill Sauce

When roasting salmon, as with other fish, allow 10 minutes per inch of thickness. Look for a green vegetable and, if desired, a cooked st...

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Pomegranate Shrimp Sauté with Friseé

Pomegranate juice is now readily available in groceries. But it is almost just as easy to buy some large dark red heavy pomegranates and ...

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Roast Chicken With Roasted Lemons And Wilted Watercress

Roasted lemons may sound odd, but they are very good-edible with a lovely flavor.

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The Lady in Red

This is evidently based on coq au vin. However, cocks that require long cooking are hard to come by these days, as are hens. Instead this...

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Not Your Mother’s Couscous

Well, of course not, as couscous is a pasta made from wheat. I have adapted my recipe to use quinoa instead, and I think it works very we...

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“Preserved” Lemons

This is cheating; but I think that it is a triumph. It permits me to make Moroccan, dishes without having had the forethought to make rea...

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Roast Quail With Fennel

I must confess that when I was in Syria I ordered and ate roast sparrows. They were delicious. At home, I do a similar thing with the equ...

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Gala Crown Roast Of Pork

The ingredients alone make this a gala dish, but it is not all money and show. It is delicious. It goes very well with steamed broccoli.

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Roasted Cherry Tomatoes With Orange And Cardamom

An unusual set of seasonings, but the tomatoes seem to enjoy them. I do too.

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Winter Short-Rib Stew

Short ribs, normally served solo, can be converted into a fine stew too, with or without the bones. The secret to stews lies in the thick...

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Chestnut Doughnut Holes

These are a delightful alternative to the gluten- and dairy-laden doughnut hole.

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