Press and Mentions

FLOURLESS.

Nicole Spiridakis has accomplished a feat of culinary legerdemain with this cookbook. – thekitchn

In short, this is a dream dessert cookbook for folks who are gluten-free, yes, but also for anyone who just likes good food. – recipe.com

The book may tout its gluten-free sweets, Spiridakis says, but it’s a book for everyone, and most of the recipes are infinitely adaptable. – Bay Area News Group/The San Jose Mercury News

The book promises scrumptiously decadent desserts, dietary restrictions be damned. Choices like traditional flourless chocolate cake with hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce, buttermilk panna cotta, and honey-glazed figs with coffee ice cream don’t need qualifiers. – chow.com

Double chocolate browniescheesecake, and ‘the most sublime recipe you will ever try‘ – featured on parade.com

The recipes are something you would eat even if you, like cantankerous old me, won’t touch (and would certainly never attempt to make) vegan-gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, because I really like butter and wheat in my chocolate chip cookies, thankyouverymuch. – Sarah at Casa Yellow

The thing I love about Flourless is that the recipes are all gluten-free but don’t rely on gums or binders, instead using nut meals / nut flours and fluffy egg whites. – Megan at A Sweet Spoonful

The book is brilliant and fit for every kitchen, whether you ascribe to a GF diet or not. – Melissa at The Faux Martha

This is another gluten-free cookbook that works well in my kitchen- Nicole shies away from hard-to-find ingredients and focuses on ground nuts, egg whites, fresh fruit, and chocolate. It’s a beautiful book. – Sarah at Vanilla Bean Blog

Double Chocolate Brownies from ‘Flourless.’ – Kasey at Turn Table Kitchen

OF NOTE

Interview with the National Herald, February 2011

+ Blog and 2008 NPR Kitchen Window piece featured in the Washington Post’s “All We Can Eat” blog, for a vegetarian Thanksgiving post, 11/23/2009

+ “Cucinanicolina is this week’s discovery and I know that I will continue to look forward to each week’s Wordless Wednesday post that’s filled with breathtaking food photos.” — Readymade Magazine’s Food Blog of the Week, 11/19/09

+”Vegetarian cooking with a slice of real life.” — Foodista’s Food Blog of the Day, 8/27/09

+ One of Saveur Magazine’s Sites We Love

+ The cookthink questionnaire, 2/3/09

+ Quinoa is NPR’s fourth-most emailed story of 2007, npr.org, 2/13/08

+ … with companion article, npr.org, 2/13/08

 

ALSO MENTIONED ON

+The Kitchn – Nettles

+The Kitchn – Flourless Baking


+Readymade Mag.

+The Washington Times

+Foodgawker

+Examiner.com

+Seattle P-I

+CHOW’s The Grinder

+blogher

+Eat Drink Better

+ApartmentTherapy SF

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