This month's cookbook comes from Nicole Hunn. This is the first cookbook I've reviewed that is entirely dedicated to bread, so we'll see how this goes. I'm a little late getting this post up because last week was a crazy one with my son being hurt, but I've managed to snag myself an advance reader's copy of this title (it comes out in December) and I'm excited to get baking!
Gluten Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread
Forget everything you’ve heard about baking gluten-free bread. The revolutionary Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread gives you 100 recipes to satiate your crispy, crunchy, and doughy cravings, gluten-freely and on a shoestring budget.
Ours is a bread-obsessed culture. Whether we’re eating it at every meal or refusing to eat it altogether, bread defines almost every diet, especially the gluten-free community that must avoid it completely. But now, thanks to Nicole Hunn, there will be no more settling for the frozen bread in natural food stores or, worse, pretending that a lettuce leaf is an acceptable alternative when making a sandwich. Readers will rejoice to finally enjoy the rolls, muffins, tortillas, naan, pita chips, scones, and breadsticks they’ve been missing—made even sweeter by the price tag.
Nicole Hunn is the author of the Gluten-Free on a Shoestring series and blog, which has been featured in the New York Times and MSN Money. She has appeared in Living Without and Easy Eats, and on Sirius/XM Radio and ABC News, among others. She lives in Westchester County, New York.
If my bread turns out to look anything like the bread on the front cover, life will be good!