What's to Eat? - The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook
The day I received the book in the mail I sat down and read the cookbook, cover to cover. Desperate to find a solution to dinner (and other meals), I was pleasantly amazed to read over 100 recipes for salads, soups, main dishes, breads, side dishes, and desserts. In addition, there are some suggested menus for special occasions.
Finally, I can plan a menu we can all enjoy without planning two or three meals per meal time. The ingredients are not obscure, and they are either in my kitchen already or I have seen them in my supermarket on a regular basis. For the next four days, I have set up a menu from the recipes in the book and have made a list of seven ingredients that I do not already have in my pantry, mostly herbs.
I am looking forward to testing these recipes and finding a freedom in our meal plans that does not include stops at the local fast food restaurant. In our home we can begin to eat our way - every day!