Originally Posted by kjbrown92
ChangingSeason -- who is the author of that book? I'd love to see if my library has it!! I had a sweet potato cake out at lunch today (so nice to go out to lunch with a friend and be able to eat) that I'm thinking I might be able to change all the ingredients of and see what happens (leaving the sweet potato, of course)!
Mostly, I'm just trying to think of something to feed everyone at DS's birthday in a couple of weeks, making it all safe foods, but pleasing 30 people. Not too much to ask, is it?
Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N.
It says "Over 350 natural food recipes, free of All
common food allergens"... which isn't quite true- it does include nuts in the recipes. And each recipe isn't free of all allergens, some have soy, some have nuts, etc. So in looking closer it isn't quite
as fabulous as I first thought, but there are still some good recipes that I can use.
My favorite sections so far are the soups and the desserts. Ooh- and some good pasta dishes. (I'm skimming through the book as I'm typing.)
Like- Zucchini Lasagna with Lamb- it's a no-pasta dish. They layer zucchini cut in lengthwise strips with sauce and meat. mmmmmm. And there's an Asparagus Soup that is made primarily with members of the Lily family, so that would work on my rotation diet!