The Lagasse Girls’ Big Flavor, Bold Taste and No Gluten! Cookbook

By | Apr 1, 2015

By Rachel Rieger, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) Patient Education Manager

What comes to mind when you think of comfort food? Old family recipes, exotic cuisine, sweet treats, or maybe the foods you gravitate toward when you don’t feel well? Everyone’s definition of a comfort food varies, but one thing is for sure – whatever your definition, the Lagasse Girls have included it in their new cookbook, “The Lagasse Girls’ Big Flavor, Bold Taste and No Gluten!

Each girl’s unique personality shines through in this beautiful compilation of recipes and advice. Bringing to the table years of combined experience – from living abroad, to cooking for large families, to small intimate gatherings with friends – these girls know how to make gluten-free fun! Their dad, the one and only Emeril Lagasse, has also thrown a few traditional Creole recipes into the mix (like Duck and Andouille Sausage Christmas Gumbo…yum!).

Whether you’re newly diagnosed with celiac disease or another gluten-related disorder, or you’re an old pro just looking to spice things up a little (As Emeril would say, “BAM!”), this cookbook will keep your repertoire fresh. For those of you who can’t have dairy, you’ll also find a few gems in this cookbook (they’re marked “DF” for dairy-free). Even if you have other food allergies or sensitivities, the Lagasse girls invite you to get creative and tailor their recipes to your tastes and needs.

If you’re not enticed by the photo of their Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls, or the mouth-watering description of Chicken and Dumplings, you’ll certainly find a not-so-traditional recipe in this 350 page cookbook (like Moroccan Lamb Tagine) that screams, “Comfort food ahead!”

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