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    • ISBN:9780600623649
    • Publication date:09 May 2011
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Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Gluten-Free Recipes

Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook

By Louise Blair

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200 simple, gluten-free recipes to try at home

200 simple, gluten-free recipes to try at home

Gluten-free is the way to be for many of those who suffer from coeliac disease, gluten allergies and even those who simply want to cut wheat from their diet. With over 200 delicious recipes, Hamlyn All Colour: 200 Gluten-Free Recipes showcases how easy life can be when eating gluten-free, and beautiful photographs and clear instructions make this book perfect for every cook at all ability levels. With recipes such as breakfast cereal bars, Thai coconut chicken, Victoria sandwich cake, chocolate caramel shortbread and lemon drizzle cake, this book enables home cooks to create healthy meals at home without sacrificing flavour.

Check out some of the other titles in the series:
200 5:2 Diet Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63347-1)
200 Cakes & Bakes (ISBN 978-0-600-63329-7)
200 Family Slow Cooker Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63057-9)
200 Halogen Oven Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63344-0)
200 One Pot Meals (ISBN 978-0-600-63339-6)
200 Pasta Dishes (ISBN 978-0-600-63334-1)
200 Super Soups (ISBN 978-0-600-63343-3)
200 Veggie Feasts (ISBN 978-0-600-63337-2)

200 Barbecue Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63332-7)
200 Cupcakes (ISBN 978-0-600-63335-8)
200 Juices & Smoothies (ISBN 978-0-600-63330-3)
200 Slow Cooker Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63349-5)
200 Student Meals (ISBN 978-0-600-63340-2)
200 Super Salads (ISBN 978-0-600-63348-8)
200 Thai Favourites (ISBN 978-0-600-63346-4)

Biographical Notes

Louise Blair is a home economist and food stylist who specialises in healthy recipes. She was a consultant for Diabetes UK and is the author of a number of books including Quick Cooking for Diabetes and Low-GI Cookbook, both published by Hamlyn.

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  • ISBN: 9780600633426
  • Publication date: 02 Jun 2016
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Hamlyn
Hamlyn

Quick Cooking for Diabetes

Louise Blair, Norma McGough
Authors:
Louise Blair, Norma McGough

From Butternut Squash and Coconut Soup to Tenderloin of Pork with Pear & Potato and Individual Lime & Raspberry Cheesecakes, this selection of delicious recipes will help you to manage your diabetes more effectively and live life to the full. Whether you're looking for a quick snack for one or meals to entertaining friends and family, Quick Cooking for Diabetes provides you with over 60 sensational, speedy recipes, plus stylish menus to help you plan every meal. It also contains practical information on how to create a balanced diet to suit your needs and maintain healthy blood-glucose levels.

Hamlyn

Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Meals for Two

Louise Blair
Authors:
Louise Blair

If you are looking to create a relaxed brunch for two, something indulgent for a special occasion or a delicious dessert to share, Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Meals for Two will provide you with a host of inspiring ideas. Whether you are preparing for lunch with a close friend or a romantic dinner, here you will find recipes specially designed for two people. With mouthwatering dishes ranging from indulgent Blueberry French Toasts to satisfying Beef fillet with walnut pesto, your taste buds are in for a treat. Each recipe has easy-to-follow instructions and is accompanied by a full-page colour photograph to ensure perfect results.

Hamlyn

Low-GI Cookbook

Louise Blair
Authors:
Louise Blair

Eating a low-GI diet is the ultimate path to high energy levels, permanent weight loss and great health. This practical book offers 80 mouthwatering recipes for every occasion, from quick-fix lunches such as Poached Eggs with Lentils and Rocket to delectable dinners, including Baked Sweet Potato with Griddled Herb Chicken. There's no need to miss out on pudding either, with low-GI recipes for sweet treats such as Blackberry and Apple Tartlets and Fruity Bread and Butter Pudding. Together with expert information on how the glycaemic index works and why GI foods are so good for you, with Low GI Cookbook you'll find living the GI life is easy.

Alice Storey

Alice Storey is originally from Tazmania and now lives in London. She has had many years of experience as a Home Economist and currently works as such on UKTV Food's Market Kitchen. Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Super Salads is her first book.

Allegra McEvedy

Allegra McEvedy has been cooking professionally for 20 years, working her way through a clutch of London's best restaurants before becoming more known for her work as a cookery writer for the Guardian as G2's Chef in Residence. In 2003, Allegra co-founded LEON, the award-winning, healthy, fast-food restaurant group, which currently has 11 restaurants serving over 70,000 people a week.In the summer of 2009, Allegra co-presented Economy Gastronomy, a six-part BBC prime-time series about spending less and using ingredients wisely. She is a Fellow of the RSA, a Spokesperson for The Fairtrade Foundation, and has written four bestselling books: The Good Cook (2000), Allegra McEvedy's Colour Cookbook (2006), LEON: Ingredients & Recipes (2008) and Economy Gastronomy (2009). In 2008 she was awarded an MBE for services to the hospitality industry.

Amanda Hamilton

Amanda Hamilton has been one of the UK's most established nutritionists for over a decade with a career that's included more than eight internationally syndicated TV series and three best-selling books. She's currently the resident nutritionist on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright show (seven million listeners) and a regular on Sky News.She is a qualified professional nutritionist and a senior associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. She is an ex-international sports competitor and fitness enthusiast, including training in yoga during a sabbatical in India.Day to day Amanda works as a consultant, columnist and guest event speaker, as well as running her retreat business and licensed spa programmes in the UK, Spain and Greece where any retreat begins by talking about the gut - the inside out approach.

Amber Locke

Amber Locke is based in Derbyshire and runs her fruit and veg-based design business from her studio at home. She offers a bespoke commercial design service and also sells a range of her designs as limited edition prints online at www.ambaliving.com. Part of the 'fresh talent' team on Jamie Oliver's Food Tube, Amber recently held her first exhibition at the gallery in the Anthropologie store on London's Kings Road and held live design demonstrations in the store and at Whole Foods in High Street Kensington. Find out more about Amber at instagram.com/rawveganblonde, on Twitter at @rawveganblonde and at www.ambaliving.com.

Andrew Wong

With his restaurant declared one of 2013's best by both Fay Maschler of the Evening Standard and Nick Lander of The Financial Times, Andrew Wong is doing something extraordinary that is attracting attention and accolades from top critics, chefs and foodies from London and further afield. After studying social anthropology at LSE, Andrew decided to study catering on a whim. Little did he know that this would become a turning point, with food taking over his entire life for the next 13 years through his passion and hard work. After stints in kitchens across London, Andrew decided to travel around China, moving from kitchen to kitchen - from a noodle stand in Chengdu to the Millennium Hotel in Qingdoa. Upon returning to London, he opened A. Wong to rave reviews from the Evening Standard, the Guardian, The Independent and The Times. He also won Chinese Masterchef in the UK in 2013. Just nine months after opening, the restaurant's modern exploration of regional Chinese cuisine resulted in it being rated as one of the best Chinese restaurants in the UK by The Good Food Guide, as well as winning a coveted Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2014. When he isn't at work in his kitchen, Andrew contributes to the Ming ai Chinese cultural project, teaches the art of noodle pulling and occasionally appears on TV (he taught renowned British baker Paul Hollywood how to pull noodles on BBC1). Find out more about A. Wong online at awong.co.uk or on Twitter at @awongSW1.

Andy Tuohy

Andy Tuohy is a graphic designer and worked in advertising for many years before becoming a freelance artist/ designer. He has had design work commissioned by the Tate Modern and Tate Liverpool, Turner Contemporary and Henley Regatta, and has been featured in Design Week amongst other publications.

Anjali Pathak

Anjali Pathak is an exciting talent in the Indian food and spice arena with a fun loving and warm character. Having learnt the basics of Indian cookery from a young age, Anjali has stepped out of her heritage and works with spice and flavours from across the globe. She loves sharing recipes that are easy to follow for people that love to eat as well as love to cook. A respected chef, food writer and cookery teacher with qualifications from the prestigious Leiths School of Food & Wine, Wine Spirit & Education Trust (WSET) and a diploma in Diet & Nutrition, Anjali continues to go from strength to strength, regularly appearing in International media and television across the world. Her cookery masterclasses are always a sell out and you can find more information on Anjali on her popular website www.anjalipathak.com. Follow Anjali on Twitter and Instagram @anjali_pathak.

Blanche Vaughan

Blanche Vaughan is a food writer and chef who worked at the River Cafe, Moro and St John. She has written for the Guardian and published four books with Weidenfeld & Nicolson including One Pot and Egg. She wrote itsu: the cookbook with Julian Metcalfe. Blanche is Food Editor at House & Garden.

Cara Frost-Sharratt

Cara Frost-Sharrat lives in London is and the author of a number of books, including A Foodie's Guide to London, London's Classic Restaurants, and The Food Lover's Guide to Europe.

Caroline Taggart

Caroline Taggart was born in London of Scottish parents, spent most of her childhood in New Zealand and went to university in Sheffield. Confused for some time, she now thinks of herself as a Londoner, but continues to change allegiance whenever it suits her, particularly during the rugby season. Having worked in publishing for 11 years, she gave up a perfectly respectable job to become a freelance editor in 1989. Since then she has worked bizarre hours, gone out to lunch a lot and indulged her lifelong dislike of getting up in the morning.

Claus Meyer

Claus Meyer has been a gastronomic entrepreneur for more than 30 years, and has inspired a generation to discover local Nordic produce through his portfolio of businesses, cookbooks, TV shows, lectures and agenda-setting viewpoints. He co-founded the celebrated restaurant noma, in Copenhagen, in 2003 and also founded restaurant GUSTU, in La Paz (Bolivia). In 2016 he opened a large-scale food space within the Grand Central Terminal in New York City, the Great Northern Food Hall, and a 100-seat restaurant, Agern, as well as a bakery in Williamsburg.

Cyrus Todiwala

Cyrus Todiwala OBE, DL, was born in Bombay and rose to become Executive Chef of the Taj Group of hotels in India. Looking for a new challenge, he moved to Britain, where he has lived for more than twenty years. As well as running three successful restaurants in London, he has written a number of cookery books and in 2013 co-presented The Incredible Spice Men on BBC TV. He also makes frequent appearances on BBC Saturday Kitchen and in other media.

Dan Lepard

Dan Lepard is an award-winning baker and sourdough expert, who has started bread bakeries for top London chefs Fergus Henderson, Yotam Ottolenghi and Giorgio Locatelli, and continues to help home cooks and chefs master sourdough in their kitchens. He's a regular voice on BBC radio, writes for food and travel magazines around the world, has a monthly baking column in The Sydney Morning Herald, was judge on The Great Australian Bake Off, but is best known for his time as baking columnist for the Guardian newspaper for nearly a decade.

Dave Broom

Award-winning author and whisky expert Dave Broom has been writing about whisky for 25 years as a journalist and author. He has written eight books, two of which (Drink! and Rum) won the Glenfiddich Award for Drinks Book of the Year. He has also won the Glenfiddich Award for Drinks Writer of the Year twice and recently won the extremely prestigious IWSC Communicator of the Year Award. In 2015 Tales of the Cocktail presented Dave with the Best Cocktail & Spirits award, soon to be followed by the Golden Spirit Award in 2016.Over his two decades in the field, Dave has built up a considerable international following with regular training/educational visits to France, Holland, Germany, the USA and Japan. His remit has covered consumer features as well as business reports. He is also actively involved in whisky education, acting as a consultant to major distillers on tasting techniques as well as teaching professionals and the public. He was also one of the developers of Diageo's generic whisky tasting tool, the Flavour MapT.

David Floyd

David Floyd has focused an interest in chilli sauces and spicy food into his website, the Chile Foundry (www.chilefoundry.co.uk), which he set up with two friends and which now supplies thousands of people in the UK and Europe with chillies and chilli-related products. He has grown, eaten, cooked and sold a wide range of chillies, created and commissioned chilli products and enjoyed developing people's interest in chillies. His range of chilli products began with a dry spice marinade and now includes the UK's hottest crisps. He has appeared on the BBC's Good Food Live TV programme as a chilli expert. David Floyd is married with two children and lives in Yeovil, Somerset.

Elisa Mazzone

The exquisite illustrations of Australian-born Elisa Mazzone have enchanted audiences throughout the world, featuring in numerous exhibitions and magazines. Her clients include Harper's Bazaar, Jimmy Choo, L'Oreal, Company, Madison, Yen, Free People, Mambo, Amazon and Style.com.

Flora Shedden

Flora Shedden lives in Scotland, where she spends as much time as possible at her family home in Highland Perthshire. She was one of the youngest ever semi-finalists on the Great British Bake Off, impressing judges and public alike with her simple, elegant designs. Her favourite pastimes are cooking, photography and writing. She writes a regular online column for The Scotsman.