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Gourmet Magazine is running an article about gluten-free baking

in their November issue. Several recipes developed by Annalise

Roberts, one of the Food Philosopher® sisters, are featured.

Annalise has developed gluten-free recipes that look, feel and

taste as good as or better than their wheat containing

counterparts. The issue contains her recipes for chocolate chip

cookies, lemon cake and a New York style Pizza crust.

This is a first in the world of gluten-free cooking: gluten-free

recipes good enough to be published in the most prestigious

food magazine in the country! Let's all support Gourmet's

groundbreaking effort to include foods that are so desired by the

celiac community.

I got this e-mail from Annalise this morning. She is a SUPER cook and it's soo great that her recipes are going to be in Gourmet Magazine. You might take a min to write to gourmet magazine and thank them for spot-lighting gluten free cooking!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Thats brilliant, I'm going to go buy a copy, then email them saying I bought a copy just because of that. Maybe if enough people do, they'll do it more.

We're getting more and more mainstream. Good stuff.

Elonwy

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I bought a copy, its awesome. In the regular thanksgiving section there is a polenta and sausage stuffing recipe that looks fantabulous, and gluten-free if you get gluten-free suasage. I think that will be my stuffing this year.

Elonwy

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I saw that in the grocery store, I got so excited. It's so cool to see some awareness really starting to get out.

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