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would help her mother prepare bakedgoods or the Jewish holidays. Manyyears later, when Stander-Horel wentgluten-ree, she wanted to make sureher amily could carry on culinarytraditions like Mom’s Marble ChionCake, Rugelach, and Challah—andespecially the sweet and savory treatsthat are perect to “nosh” on anytime.
Nosh on This
collects over100 recipes—the best o her amily’savorites and other baking classics—now adapted or gluten-ree living.From Cherry Chocolate Mandelbrot andBetty’s Lemon Bars to Apple Upside-Down Cake and Frangelico Pear Tart,Stander-Horel’s recipes cover a widerange o baked goods, rom those thatcan be made on a moment’s notice toothers perect or holidays and otherspecial occasions. All are packed withavor and, thanks to Stander-Horel’syears o experience baking gluten-ree,almost impossible to tell apart romtheir gluten-containing equivalents.Many recipes are dairy-ree, andthe “Out o a Box” chapter shares howto make the most o a gluten-ree mix.Complete with a oreword by legendary Jewish cookbook author ArthurSchwartz, an introduction to gluten-reeour, valuable baking tips, and photosthroughout,
Nosh on This
is a one-o-a-kind gluten-ree baking resource.Even Bubbe will be impressed.
Black & White CookiesHoney CakePumpkin Cupcakeswith Honey ButtercreamChallah Corn Bread StungOld-Fashioned CoeeDipping DonutsCory-O Sandwich CookiesLemon Poppy-SeedCookiesMom’s DoubleChocolate Gelt