Tuesday, January 12, 2010

E-books and recipes for an Allergen Free 2010

As the new year begins we are all looking for recipes that are both delicious and safe for our family. The following bloggers/websites are offering free recipes and e-books for their recipe collections. Please share you favorite sources for recipes.

First up is one of my favorite bloggers, Jenn Sutherland of The Whole Kitchen just wrote, “Excerpts from the Whole Kitchen” and all I can say is what a flavorful, inspiring collection of recipes, I particularly like the corn chowder, which I have modified to be one of our favorites… You can buy the book for $28 or download the ebook for FREE!

The Ener-G website has a feature where you can input your allergens and Ener-G will supply you with recipes that are safe, all FREE.

The Food Allergy and Anaphlaxis Network also has a collection of free recipes where you can input your specific allergens. This site allows you to rate the recipe, which is really nice for those of us allergenistas as we all have had a recipe gone wrong substituting ingredients.

This should get you started, I can’t wait to hear where you go to get recipes…

Next up: Travelling for business with food allergies


jamie.winchell said...

Thanks, Lisa! I am also partial to Karina @ http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/She is egg-free as well and has many recipes without milk.

Lisa Cooks Allergen Free said...

I've been to her site a couple of times, but can't wait to dig a little deeper. Thanks!

Jenn Sutherland said...

Thanks for the cookbook love - I'm so behind on my blog reading, I didn't see it until now. Can't wait to hear about your new job!

Lisa Cooks Allergen Free said...

My pleasure Jenn, the book is just amazing, congrats!