The essential guide to cooking delicious and healthy food for children with allergies, written by a mother and an aunt of a child with severe food allergies.When sisters Frances and Ginger Park opened up their famed chocolate shop in Washington, D.C., they couldn't wait to share their gourmet sweets with their friends and family. Unfortunately, Ginger's son, Justin, was born with severe food allergies, and even visiting the shop made Justin sick. Far from discouraged, Frances and Ginger vowed they would find alternatives for Justin that tasted better than the real thing. Inspired by their mission, Frances and Ginger wrote Allergies, Away!, a fun, easy, and healthy cookbook chock full of recipes for the millions of parents whose children have food allergies. This book features 70 recipes for kid-friendly foods like Seoulful Half-Moon Dumplings, Rock Star Onion Rings, and Orange Chocolate Muffins, and every recipe is free of dairy, nuts, and eggs. The recipes are easy enough to make with your child, and Frances and Ginger include helpful tips for cooking with kids for maximum fun in the kitchen. Perfect for parents who are sick of making bland and boring food for their allergic kids, Allergies, Away! is the ultimate guide to tasty, homemade food that is also allergen-free.
Sisters GINGER and FRANCES PARK are co-owners of the chocolate shop Chocolate Chocolate in Washington, D.C. They are the authors of Chocolate, Chocolate, which was also published by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press. Ginger's son, Justin, suffers from severe food allergies, and he was the inspiration for this cookbook.