Delight Gluten-Free magazine is the Vogue of gluten-free magazines. Though I don’t understand the low subscription price (only $14.50 a year / 4 issues) considering the size of the publication, I’m thrilled to be able to take advantage of the incredible value. No other gluten-free print publication offers so much information for less than $3.75 an issue!
In the most recent issue of the magazine, you’ll find over 60 recipes – many both gluten and dairy free. Some are also egg free! Need to make tasty gluten-free meals that won’t break the bank? No problem – Gluten-free On A Budget has you covered.
Fall brings thoughts of yummy soups to warm the soul and seasonal desserts. Speaking of seasons, the magazine includes some timely recipes in Fall flavors. This is just a partial list of them!
- Skillet Caramel Apple Torte
- Easy Caramel Sauce
- Black Bean and Pumpkin Soup
- Spinach Stuffed Zucchini
- Pop’s Famous Split Pea Soup
- Autumn Shepard’s Pie
- Cranberry Apple Stuffed Pork Loin
- Chicken Green Chili
- Cornbread Muffins with honey butter
- Gingersnap-Crusted Sweet Potato Pie
Flour Power will tell you where you can find gluten-free cupcakes at bakeries around the country and how much they all cost. Tips for a Gluten-free Halloween offers advice about what candy your gluten-free Trick-or-Treaters can indulge in. Years of Hope includes information about the interesting work at the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Center for Celiac Research, headed by Dr. Alessio Fasano.
The travel section articles include Gluten-Free Dining in the Holy Land, Gluten-Free Maui and Gluten-Free Dinner Clubs. The latter is my article and since so many people have asked me about the photos, I’m listing them in left to right order below. Please note: many of these dishes are only available during special gluten-free dinner club events.
- Spinach Dip with home made chips at Paper Mill Grill in Marietta, GA
- Gluten-free Beignets at Outback Steakhouse in Roswell, GA
- Sesame Chicken at Lavender Asian Bistro in Lawrenceville, GA
- Barbecue Pizza at Pepperoni’s in Duluth, GA
- Flourless Chocolate Cake at Ritters in Marietta, GA
- Chicken Fried Rice at Lavender Asian Bistro in Lawrenceville, GA
The most inspiring story to me, in the current issue of the magazine is No Limits. It highlights Phyllis Kessler’s mission to provide gluten-free foods to those in need. She founded GFFAP (Gluten-Free Food Assistance Program) and has raised around $20,000 to help people who can’t eat gluten enjoy the gluten-free foods they can’t afford. Her program serves the South Florida area, but I can envision it being a nationwide program eventually. If anyone can make that happen, I believe Phyllis can!
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