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Culinate Newsletter September 22 10

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 
 Tuesday, we received two new cookbooks — both brimming with recipes for gluten-free food. No one in my family has to eat gluten-free, but nevertheless, as I leafed through the books, with their stunning food shots and happy-face photos, I was taken. 

 Here's why: While it's certainly true that most good cookbooks grow out of a love of food, both of these books grew out of love beyond food — one, a mother's love for her son, and the second, a new couple's love for each other. These moving stories show up on nearly every page.
 
 Silvana Nardone, former bakery owner and founding editor of Every Day with Rachel Ray, knew how to feed people, but when her son was diagnosed as gluten- and dairy-intolerant, she had to learn to cook in a whole new way. Cooking for Isaiah is the happy result of those efforts. 

 Meanwhile, Shauna Ahern, aka the Gluten-Free Girl, takes her story of learning to live with celiac disease one step farther with her new book, Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef — written with her now-husband, Daniel Ahern, who's a chef.

 Both books are inspiring not only for their tasty-looking recipes but also for the can-do attitude of their authors — people who have met the challenges of restrictive new diets with optimism. And a big dose of love.
 
 Kim Carlson
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story2text: "Cancer upset nearly every aspect of Tammy Donroe's life, but it didn't stop her CSA. So, she make pickles." 

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recipe2text: "From the book 'Lucid Food,' by Louisa Shafia, comes this multipurpose sauce that brightens everything from fish to eggs."





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