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➤ To­tally Gluten Free is a book for any­body wish­ing to eat healthy, tasty food, not just those with food al­ler­gies and/or in­tol­er­ances.

Feel free to ‘dip your toe’ into this won­der­ful new world of cook­ing with fresh, ready-to-hand in­gre­di­ents. In­cluded are all the recipes needed for your com­plete meal, from breads, pasta and pizza to soup, en­trees and desserts — as well as those treats for spe­cial oc­ca­sions.

All recipes have been triple-tested and are pho­tographed in full colour with help­ful hints along the way.

Ev­ery­one from the be­gin­ner to the ex­pert can eas­ily fol­low th­ese sim­ple and straight-for­ward recipes.

To­tally Gluten Free is writ­ten and pub­lished by Palmira Rigoli, RRP $11.36. ➤ The Zen Kitchen is the new cook­book from Adam Liaw, one of Aus­tralia’s favourite foodie celebri­ties and a win­ner of Mas­terChef.

It con­tains easy-to-pre­pare Ja­panese recipes and philoso­phies for the home kitchen to guide you and your fam­ily to health­ier, more en­joy­able meal times.

If you thought Ja­panese cui­sine was just sushi, think again.

In The Zen Kitchen, Adam guides you through his fam­ily favourites like salt-grilled salmon, teriyaki pork and mush­room rolls, sukiyaki, sashimi salad and green tea roll cake.

Th­ese de­li­cious dishes, and many more, will bring new favourites into your kitchen.

Adam’s sim­ple and ac­ces­si­ble style and his be­lief that cook­ing is a cel­e­bra­tion of food, phi­los­o­phy and cul­ture, will make The Zen Kitchen your prac­ti­cal guide to cook­ing tasty Ja­panese fam­ily food at home.

The Zen Kitchen by Adam Liaw is pub­lished by Ha­chette Aus­tralia, RRP $49.99.

Win! Win! Win!

To win th­ese books, send your name, ad­dress a day­time phone num­ber and the an­swer to the fol­low­ing ques­tion: Where were last week’s field days held? to: Coun­try Life ‘Food’ Com­pe­ti­tion, PO Box 8000, Shepparton, 3632 by Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 25.

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