101 Things to Do with a Tortilla Spiral-bound – Mar 3 2005
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About the Author
Stephanie Ashcraft, author of the original 101 Things To Do With A Cake Mix, has taught cooking classes based on the tips and meals in her cookbooks for almost twenty years. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Donna Kelly is the author of several cookbooks, including French Toast, 101 Things To Do With a Tortilla, 101 Things To Do With Chicken, 101 Things To Do With Tofu, 101 Things To Do with Canned Soup, and 101 Things To Do With a Toaster Oven. She lives in Provo, Utah.
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This is also, by far, one of the most practical cookbooks I've ever used. From the Helpful Hints at the very beginning, to the clear and concise directions throughout all the recipes - even the spiral binding (hey, it makes a big difference, being able to lay it flat) and plastic cover; they all add up to make this an easy and essential addition to your cookbook shelf.
i have just received this cookbook today, and i already love it! i am so excited to try out the "strawberry margarita squares"! this cookbook is excactly what i wanted--a cookbook that contains recipes which are easy to convert to gluten free (corn tortilla instead of flour tortilla, for the most part) easy to do, and gives good alternatives to gluten-laden foods that i miss.
and it's spiral-bound!
to address some complaints others had (ahem): true, these recipes are not authentic mexican--they are tex-mex at best--but see this: the title is "101 things to do with a tortilla" not "101 authentic mexican recipes to make with a tortilla". and about the fact that this cookbook does not include a recipe for tortillas....how many people do you know that make their own tortillas? a quick search on Bing will bring many results, and on every corn masa package is a recipe for corn tortillas.
i recommend this cookbook to any and everyone, most of all to celiacs and gluten-intolerants that want to replace bread.