Editor's NoteDec/Jan 2013 Issue

Holiday Wishes

Alicia Woodward

This time of year, I’m not dreaming of a white Christmas. I’m dreaming of a holiday season where everyone can partake and no one leaves the table hungry or disappointed. This issue helps make that dream come true.

Turn the pages for fresh, new ways to celebrate the season without having to fret about your special dietary needs.

Does the thought of preparing a huge turkey dinner give you stage fright? Check out Matthew Kadey’s creative, new ways to fix fowl. Here are festive twists on serving holiday poultry and sides—lots of delicious flavor, none of the top allergens.

Colette Martin takes cranberries to a whole new level. Check out her gluten-free and allergy-friendly cranberry cookies, quick bread, pancakes, coffee cake, tarts and more. Made with high-protein flours and minimal amounts of sugar, these gems bring good-for-you taste and bright color to your holiday gatherings.

To save you precious time in the kitchen, food editor Beth Hillson presents an easy-to-make cookie dough that you can use to whip up five different cookies. Ideal for swapping and gifting, these gluten-free treats can be prepared without dairy—and even eggs, if you like—and no one will suspect.

These delicious recipes will surprise and delight everyone around your table. So sit down and dig in. From appetizers to entrees, from bread to dessert, your menu is covered.

P.S. For more new holiday recipes guaranteed to wow family and friends, look for Living Without’s Gluten-Free Holidays, available on newsstands and at LivingWithout.com.

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