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Gluten Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook: Giveaway

by Cassidy Stockton in Contests, Featured Articles, Gluten Free

To gear up for Celiac Disease Awareness Month in October, we’re giving away two copies of Gluten Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook- read on for more details.

Leslie Cerier is a master of recipes using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Known as The Organic Gourmet, Leslie has shown us time and again that eating consciously does not have to mean hours and hours of time at the market or in the kitchen.

Her newest book, Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook takes eating mindfully to a new level. This lovely book is filled with tips for which ingredients are the most earth-friendly (and gluten free) and where to find them. Leslie uses a wide variety of grains and legumes paired with seasonal produce for dishes like African-Spiced Teff and Lentil Stew with Collard Greens and Yams and Shiitake and Kale Lasagna with Marinated Dried Tomatoes and Chèvre.

We have two copies of this great book to giveaway to two lucky readers. In addition to the book, we’ll be throwing in a package of Quinoa and Teff to make eating consciously even easier.

How to Enter:
1. Visit Leslie’s website at http://www.lesliecerier.com/index.html and choose a recipe that you would like to try. Come back here and let me know which recipe sounds divine by posting it in the comments.

That’s it- we’re keeping it really simple this week. Winners will be chosen by random selection from all comments posted by Thursday, September 30th at Midnight.

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42 Responses to “Gluten Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook: Giveaway”

  1. Wow! This is a nice website with awesome recipes. Thanks!

    I would love to try the “Spicy North African Veggie Soup with Chickpeas”. Sure sounds yummy!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. I am definitely going to try the maple cranberry pecan cake – can’t beat those combinations of flavors for fall!!

  3. I’ve travled to many locations and have tried what I thought were every kind of rice this planet had to offer. The recipe “Ginger Tofu Sushi with Jade Pearl Rice”, just the description of the rice sounds beautiful.

  4. I think that “It looks Like Meat Loaf” looks good. I do not always have time or energy to prepare meals for my family each night, and this looks like a good candidate for leftovers :-)

  5. Oh my…I must succumb to that heavenly sounding lasagna with cheve and argula. It sounds like the best balance of comfort, clean greens, protein and all around palate-happiness!

    Mmmm….

  6. Oooo – the dark chocolate truffles with goji berries sound amazing! I’d love to try them. But, the lemon walnut pate is probably a healthier pick, eh?

  7. Maple Cranberry Pecan Cake

    I am certainly going to start the season off right by making this recipe.. it sounds scrumptious and will get us in the winter mood!!!

    Love that us celiacs never get left out!

  8. Just bought Teff from Bob’s and still trying to figure out what I can do with it! The Ethiopian Grain Loaf sounds like a great Fall recipe for me to try using Teff!

  9. I will definitely be making the Carrot Coconut Cake. Looks absolutely delicious. I don’t need to be gluten free but I am sugar free and no artificial sweeteners so this is a great recipe for me

  10. Delicious and Gluten Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies with Teff Flour…I have yet to try Teff flour…so I am curious on how these will taste….they sound DELICIOUS!

  11. I would love to try the Lasagna with Chevre, Arugula and Crimini mushrooms!

    That sounds incredibly YUMMY!

  12. The “Ethiopian Teff Vegetable Loaf With Yam, Cilantro, and Basil” is my kind of recipe. I’m always on the lookout for main dish ideas that are vegetarian.The combination of veggies with fresh herbs & greens sounds downright delicious! Great photo too. Thanks for telling us about Leslie. She has a fantastic blog and cookbook for healthy foodies like me. :)

  13. We have to pick just one? They all sound so yummy…I have a major sweet tooth, so the chocolate chip cookies, maple cake, and Ginger cookies would be first up in my kitchen :)

  14. I would love to try the Delicious and Gluten Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies with Teff Flour…My 11 yr. old daughter has celiac disease,and this sounds like something she will LOVE~!!

  15. I’m going to make sure that I have all the ingredients for the “Ginger Lovers Cookies”! Great sounding gluten free recipe!

  16. The Ethiopian teff veggie loaf. I didn’t realize teff was gluten-free, so it will be exciting to add another GF flour to my cupboard! Thanks for highlighting this lovely book.

  17. just printed the recipe for ginger lover’s cookies! they sound great and easy to make…I was recently diagnosed as gluten intolerant and I am a vegetarian…so this book is really up my alley!!! Thanks!

  18. The spicy North African vegetabel soup with chickpeas sounds yummy. I think that will be dinner tomrrow night.

  19. Definitely the peanut butter chocolate chip cookies! My husband has to eat gluten free and these are his favorite cookies. He’s going to love them!

  20. Wow. So many yummy recipes. I would have to say the first I would try would be the peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. I have never used Teff before, but these are my favorite cookies!