Up to now, my experience with books designed for people with food allergies has been that so many of the recipes look like a compromise and at the same time seem to require so much effort to produce. What I love so much about this book is that, for a minimum amount of work and time, I have been turning out dish after dish that looks great and tastes fabulous. Seriously, the Asparagus Frittata took less than five minutes to prepare; Ginger Chili Tuna eight minutes' work (OK, not including marinating time) and it looked and tasted like a restaurant meal. At the end of my day, when all I want to do is collapse with a huge glass of wine, I am so delighted that I can also put together a stunning supper for my family with the minimum of input. Not only that, the recipes are so good I am confident in using them for entertaining, too. I'm gradually working my way through the book and have already added the author's next book, "Simply Gluten Free and Dairy Free" to my wish list.