Satisfy your entire palette with over 200 pages of allergy-free recipes (the vast majority of which have never been published on this site) and photographs* for every meal of the day (“Meat My Bubble”, “Graindiose Bubbles”, “Baked Bubble”, “Petite Bubbles”, “Sugar Pop” and “Good Morning”).
You’ll also find “Bubble Basics” where you can find fun things like making your own flax seed milk from scratch, preparing bread, preserves, frosting, dressings, stock, several variations of peanut butter substitute, and even a perfected version of “Notella– nut- and lactose-free.
Every recipe is marked where it has potential lingering allergens with some symbols that magically appeared in this book (so much better than color-coding) to allow the most severe of Bubble Children to enjoy each and every plate served. If your cooking technique is rockier than Sylvester Stallone, don’t worry! There is a full “Ten Basics for Your Bubble Child Kitchen” in the front as well as a several-page cooking terms, technique, and ingredients “Glossary” in the back immediately following the “About Allergies” section by Joanna Pawlowska.
All recipes are nut- and gluten-free, with dairy-, soy-, corn-, egg-, and shellfish/fish-free modifications. Every photo you see and every recipe written comes from my Bubble Child kitchen, where I have been actively experimenting with “taboo” recipes for this book since 2009, and uses real allergy-free ingredients. (Meaning: you will see no glue subbing for milk in these photos, or any other hocus pocus!)
While you will be able to search for it and order it online at Amazon.com within days, it will be cheaper here on this site. …really, really soon.
*Bubble Child got lucky with some noteworthy food photography from American Apparel photographer Carl Lindstrom and Inge Christopher photographer Lauren Jane Berger. They were fun to feed (see Miss Berger at right).–>
I am so happy to be able to (finally!) share my Bubble Child kitchen with you and your food allergic loved ones with this bound-paper piece of my heart.
Pop the Bubble,
Viva la Child.