THE BACK-TO-SCHOOL HUSTLE:
NO TIME TO COOK SPECIAL DIET MEALS?
LAKE FOREST, CALIFORNIA – As the “lazy, hazy” days of summer come to a close, many families of school age children are bracing for the “insanely hectic” days of fall. In addition to back-to-school, there’s also back-to-soccer, back-to-scouts, back-to-art lessons, music lessons, football, karate, and all of the myriad extra curricular activities that children are involved in. Between working, driving carpools and keeping up with household chores, many parents give up on the notion of cooking dinner and opt for fast food or pizza instead.
For the millions of families with food allergic children, however, the only safe option is often a home cooked meal. But who has time to cook?
“What’s to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook” helps solve this problem. The book was written by Linda Coss, a busy mom who understands the challenges of getting a home cooked meal on the table in the midst of competing time demands. “What’s to Eat?” contains many options for quick and easy meals and entrees that the whole family will enjoy, including Simply Sensational Chicken Saute, Flank Steak with Mustard Sauce, Chicken and Rice Luau, Italian Style Turkey Meatballs, Heavenly Broiled Salmon, and Pasta Bella.
“What’s to Eat?” has received very positive reviews from across the country. “Cooking allergy free has actually become enjoyable for me,” says J. Nyiri of Ohio, “as so many of the recipes from this book seem to have become classics in our house.” “My daughter loves your recipes so much that yours is the only cookbook we are using,” writes S. Bishop of New York. S. Koger of Colorado states, “With this cookbook I am able to make delicious food we can all enjoy.” And from D. Rossetti in Washington: “Your cookbook, as the teenagers say, rules! The recipes are, as promised, tasty, delicious, and dairy/egg/nut free. Thanks again for a wonderful guide to good food in the world of food allergies.”
Ms. Coss states, “It’s not necessary to prepare a separate meal for your food allergic child and then pick up something else for the rest of the family. ‘What’s to Eat?’ contains over 145 recipes for regular food that does not look or taste like ‘special diet’ fare. Everything from baked goods to main dishes, side dishes, and breakfast foods are included.”
“What’s to Eat?” is available directly from the publisher at www.foodallergybooks.com or nationwide at various bookstores, natural foods stores, and online retailers.
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To request a review copy of “What’s to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook” and/or a press kit, please write to LindaCoss @FoodAllergyBooks.com or call 949-699-2749.