Gluten Free Canteen's Book of Nosh: Baking for Jewish Holidays & More
Lisa Stander-Horel and Tim Horel
About the Author:

Lisa Stander-Horel and Tim Horel are the writing and photography team behind the captivating baking blog, Gluten Free Canteen. Lisa has written about food and family previously as Guest Chef in Salon, in Lulu and Phoebe's OpenSalon blog, and Gluten Free Canteen. Tim's photos regularly appear in Gluten Free Canteen and have been featured in GourmetLive.com, BlogHer Food and other publications. The authors have been experimenting with gluten-free baking recipe development for over a decade; something like necessity is the mother of invention- style. The authors created the Gluten Free Canteen blog to share gluten-free baking advice, tutorials, recipes, and excellent food. They are hard at work on their next book.


If the Gluten Free Canteen’s Book of Nosh were a bakery, there would be a line out the door every Friday for the braided challah. The team behind the Gluten Free Canteen blog, Stander and Horel bring you an entertaining and unusual gluten-free Jewish baking cookbook with delicious and easy recipes illustrated with mouth-watering photos. This is more than just a book of Jewish recipes — it’s a testament to keeping Jewish baking alive and well even while living gluten-free. They decode gluten-free flour, offer valuable gluten-free baking tips, and provide links to resources. The more than 30 tasty and texture-perfect tested recipes ensure no more double-duty baking of both regular and gluten-free desserts in your holiday kitchen. Even Bubbe would be impressed — that alone makes holiday baking a mitzvah!

What others are saying about the Book of Nosh:

"Gluten Free Canteen's Book of Nosh is a delightful -- and much-needed -- addition to the world of Jewish baking. Beyond the delicious gluten-free offerings, Lisa Horel invites us to lovingly recall the daily lives and passions of our "noshing" ancestors. In doing so, Horel has provided gluten-free homes with an opportunity to reclaim -- and re-envision -- the culinary wonders which have enhanced Jewish life for generations."

– Rabbi Seth Stander, Congregation Beth El, Missouri City, TX

"Mazel tov to Lisa and Tim, the Gluten Free Canteen team, for compiling a lovely collection of gluten free Jewish-inspired recipes. The baked goods look particularly tempting! What a wonderful resource for home cooks struggling with gluten intolerance."

– Tori Avey, Author, The Shiksa in the Kitchen blog, IACP People’s Choice Award 2012 Best Culinary Website


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