This is a picture of the dessert counter at Taggarts Grill in Utah. If you live near the Wasatch Front and haven't been there you need to go. It is near Morgan in Weber Canyon. They offer decadent Gluten Free desserts and my son's favorite hamburgers on gluten free buns. They are very allergen conscious and have many menu options for special diets.
Thanks to this comment by Hiit Mama:
Fantastic! I'm giving this a try. Are these your photos? If so, you should be a professional food photographer (unless you already are). They're beautiful and hunger inducing. Maybe a cookbook????
I am jumping in. A cookbook has been on my mind for awhile but Hiit Mama's encouraging words have convinced me to take the plunge. Right now there is just a lot of reading to do so I can understand all the options. Self publish? Size? Color or B&W? Theme? Binding?
What I would really like to know is what do you like in a cookbook?
Please leave me a comment with your thoughts/answers and I will randomly choose one winner to receive one 5 lb bag of almond flour shipped from Honeyville Grains, a $30 value (with shipping). Thanks for your help and good luck! Winner will be chosen and announced at 7:00 am MST on January 31, 2010.
What is your favorite cookbook?
What makes it your favorite?
How important is it to you to see a picture of a recipe before you make it?
How important is it to you to have basic methods described along with recipes such as broiling or sauteing?
Do you enjoy stories and trivia along with the recipes or a more straightforward recipes only approach?
Are you more apt to purchase a book that has Gluten Free, Paleo, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, or Grain Free in the title? In other words which one of these phrases would catch your eye?
Would you purchase a cookbook from a blog site?
Do you use Amazon.com to research cookbooks?
Would you purchase a book that reprints recipes from a blog or would you want all new recipes? or a combination?
Are you looking for a cookbook with basics (broth, yogurt, ect.) or more innovative ideas for the ingredients you can have?
Thanks for your help.....Karen