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The Gluten Free Asian Kitchen Cookbook (and a Giveaway)

I recently received a complimentary copy of The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen but I’ve been so busy prepping for Thanksgiving that I haven’t had a chance to make any of the recipes yet.  Drooling over the photos is another matter entirely, I’ve done plenty of that!  Mike and I had a great idea…we decided that we’re going to break from tradition this Christmas and have an Asian-themed throwdown instead.  Doesn’t that sound like fun?  I might even try to make some gluten-free fortune cookies. 😀

The following is the press release for The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen: Recipes for Noodles, Dumplings, Sauces, and More.  Once you’re finished reading that, you will find two recipes from the book, courtesy of Ten Speed Press, as well as an opportunity to win a free copy of the cookbook! 

Just before the abundance of holiday cooking and feasting, it is simplicity that guides the menu.  For many families the question of what to serve for dinner the day before a holiday is answered with popular take-out options, like Chinese or Thai food.  But for anyone on a gluten-free diet, safe take-out is far from simple and many Asian favorites are not an option.  Asian food poses hidden challenges for the gluten-free diner or cook because essential condiments like soy sauce, tamari, and even oyster sauce and hoisin sauce can be thickened or sweetened with wheat.  In trying to dodge these roadblocks, it can be hard for the gluten-free diner to find even a simple stir-fry that’s safe to eat.  That’s why food writer Laura B. Russell’s recipes are something to be thankful for.  Her pre-Thanksgiving Kung Pao Chicken and Christmas Eve Pot Stickers are not only easy to make, but they are also gluten-free.

In The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen, Russell shines the spotlight on Asian cooking, focusing on the cuisines of China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam, and making them fair-game for everyone, including gluten-free cooks.  Along with sharing easy, approachable recipes, Russell demystifies Asian ingredients and helps readers navigate the grocery store so that everyone can enjoy popular dishes from some of the world’s best-loved Asian cuisines.

Beyond tasty meal-planning solutions, The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen offers a unique collection of appetizers for holiday entertaining. Instead of the usual cocktail party noshes—notoriously difficult for gluten-free diners—liven up the party with full-flavored dishes such as Roasted Pork Meatballs, Salad Rolls with Crab and Spicy Mango Sauce, Grilled Pork Satay, and Shrimp and Sweet Potato Tempura Pancakes. These party favorites have all of the goodness with none of the gluten.

Russell’s vivacious new collection of gluten- and dairy-free recipes never lacks in taste, texture, or temptation.  Beautifully photographed, The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen and its wide range of Asian dishes will be a welcomed addition to the menus and global tastes of today’s gluten-free cooks.  And it just so happens to make the perfect holiday hostess gift or stocking stuffer for your food-loving friends as well.

Please enjoy the following recipes which are reprinted with permission from The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen: Recipes for Noodles, Dumplings, Sauces, and More, Copyright © 2011 by Laura B. Russell. Published by Celestial Arts, an imprint of Ten Speed Press and the Crown Publishing Group, Berkeley, CA. Photo Credit: Leo Gong.

Chicken and Vegetable Yakitori

Serves 4 as a main dish, 6 as an appetizer

printable recipe


1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless Chicken Thighs, cut into 1-inch cubes

6 Green Onions, white parts only, cut into 1/2-inch lengths

1 Green Bell Pepper, cut into 
1-inch dice

1/4 pound Cremini Mushrooms, wiped clean, halved or quartered if large

2 Tbs. Vegetable Oil, plus more for oiling the grill

1/2 tsp. Salt

1/4 tsp. freshly ground Black Pepper

3/4 cup store-bought GF or homemade Teriyaki Sauce 
(see recipe below), divided

1 tsp. grated Orange Zest (from 1 orange)

12 small Bamboo Skewers, soaked in water for 15 minutes, or use metal skewers


1). Thread the chicken, green onion, green pepper, and mushrooms onto the  prepared skewers, alternating the chicken and vegetables. Leave a bit of space between each piece to encourage even cooking. Transfer the threaded skewers to a plate. Brush the oil over the chicken and vegetables and then sprinkle with the salt and pepper.

2). Preheat the grill to medium.

3). Put about 1/3 cup of the teriyaki sauce in a small bowl for basting.  Mix the orange zest with the remaining teriyaki sauce to use as a dipping sauce.

4). Oil the grill racks to keep the chicken from sticking. Grill the skewers, turning occasionally and basting with the reserved teriyaki sauce, until browned and cooked through, about 12 minutes.

Serve with the teriyaki-orange dipping sauce.

Variations: Skewer 11/2 pounds large shrimp, cubes of steak, or chicken breast instead of the chicken thighs.  And try zucchini, asparagus, or cherry tomatoes instead of the mushrooms, peppers, or onions.  You can also choose just one of the vegetables for the skewers instead of all three.

Heads Up: If you choose to make your own teriyaki sauce (page 26) for this recipe, you can prepare it up to 2 weeks ahead.

Teriyaki Sauce

makes about 3/4 cup


1/2 cup Mirin

1/4 cup Gluten-Free  Soy Sauce or Wheat-Free Tamari

2 Tbs. Honey

2 thin slices unpeeled fresh Ginger

1 clove Garlic, smashed

Pinch of Red Pepper Flakes


1). In a small saucepan, combine the mirin, soy sauce, honey, ginger, garlic, and red pepper flakes.  Bring to a boil.  Lower the heat and simmer until thickened, about 10 minutes. Remove the ginger and garlic.

2). The sauce will keep, covered, in the refrigerator for about 2 weeks.


Gingery Pork Pot Stickers

makes 28 dumplings

printable recipe


1/2 cup Tapioca Flour (also called Tapioca Starch)

1/2 cup Millet Flour

1/2 cup Sweet Rice Flour, plus plenty more for rolling out the dough

1 1/2 tsp. Xanthan Gum

3/4 tsp. Salt, divided

1/2 cup boiling Water

2 Tbs. cold Water

3/4 pound Ground Pork

3 Green Onions, white and green parts, minced

1 Tbs. minced fresh Ginger

2 tsp. Gluten-Free Soy Sauce or Tamari

1/2 tsp. toasted Sesame Oil

1/4 tsp. freshly ground Black Pepper

3 Tbs. Vegetable Oil, divided

Soy Vinegar Dipping Sauce (see below), for serving


1). To make the dough, stir together the tapioca flour, millet flour, sweet rice flour, xanthan gum, and 1/2 teaspoon salt in a bowl.  Add the just-boiled water and stir with a fork to combine.  Add the cold water and mix well until a dough starts to form.  Use your hands to knead the dough together a few times—you can do this right in the bowl—and then form the dough into two balls.  Transfer the dough to a large resealable bag until ready to use, up to several hours.

2). In a second bowl, combine the raw pork, green onions, ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt, and pepper.  Mix well to combine.

3). To form the dumplings, dust your hands, the counter, and a baking sheet with sweet rice flour.  Roll one piece of the dough into a long rope, about 3/4 inch thick.  Cut the dough into 14 pieces and put them back into the resealable bag.  Repeat with the other ball of dough for a total of 28 pieces.  The dough will dry out quickly; make sure it stays covered.

4). Keep plenty of sweet rice flour nearby (up to 1/2 cup) for dusting the counter and the rolling pin to prevent the dough from sticking.  Working with one piece of dough at a time, flatten the dough into a circle with the heel of your hand.  Using a small rolling pin—a small dowel works best—roll the dough into a 3- to 31/2-inch circle, turning the dough periodically to prevent sticking. (Alternately, put the dough between two pieces of plastic wrap and roll it into a circle.) Transfer the dumpling wrappers to the prepared baking sheet. Repeat with the remaining dough. (If you run out of space on the baking sheet, make a second layer separated by plastic wrap.

5). Dust a dinner plate with sweet rice flour. Spoon a scant tablespoon of filling into the center of each wrapper. Dip two fingers in a small bowl of water and run them around half the circumference of each circle. (This is so the wet side can stick to the dry side.) Lift the sides, forming a half-moon shape around the filling; keep the bottom flat against your hand or the counter. Pinch the dough together at the top and then form two or three pleats along each side; press to seal. (Alternatively, if you have a dumpling press, use it to form and seal the dumplings.) Transfer the dumplings to the prepared plate. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to cook, up to 4 hours ahead.

6). In a large nonstick frying pan, heat 11/2 tablespoons of the oil over medium-high heat.

7). Add half the dumplings to the pan and cook until browned on the bottom, 2 to 3 minutes. Holding the pan lid in one hand (to control splattering), add 1/3 cup water to the pan and immediately cover it. Lower the heat to low and steam the dumplings until cooked through, 8 to 10 minutes. Remove the lid and raise the heat to medium. Cook until the water evaporates and the bottoms of the dumplings are well browned, about 2 minutes longer. Repeat with the remaining dumplings and oil. Serve hot with the dipping sauce or a bowl of soy sauce GF.

Note: If you do not plan on eating the dumplings all at once (reheating them is fine, not great), freeze some of the uncooked dumplings for later. Freeze the dumplings on a plate or tray before transferring them to a freezer bag to keep them from sticking together. Add the dumplings to the pan straight from the freezer and increase the steaming time by 2 minutes.

Heads Up:  The dish calls for Soy Vinegar Dipping Sauce. You can prepare it up to 1 week ahead.

Soy Vinegar Dipping Sauce

makes about 1/2 cup


1/4 cup Gluten-Free Soy sauce or Tamari

3 Tbs. Unseasoned Rice Vinegar

1 1/2 tsp. Sugar

1 tsp. Toasted Sesame Oil

2–3 slices fresh Jalapeño, or large pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)


1). Stir together all the ingredients in a small serving bowl. The dipping sauce will keep, covered, in the refrigerator for about 1 week with fresh jalapeño or 2 weeks with red pepper flakes.

Would like a chance to win a FREE copy of The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen?  Well, here’s your chance!

**This giveaway is now closed**

Ten Speed Press has generously offered to give THREE Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom readers a FREE copy of The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen: Recipes for Noodles, Dumplings, Sauces, and More.

To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment!

Bonus Entry Opportunities

**bonus entries are strictly optional but should you decided to complete any of the following tasks, please be sure to leave a separate comment for each task you complete as this is how I keep track of valid entries.  If you leave one comment saying you did all of the tasks, you will only get one entry instead of six and that would be a real bummer!

  • Pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!
  • Subscribe to Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom so you don’t miss a beat

I will announce the 3 winners on Friday, November 18, 2011, Good Luck! 😀

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  1. Catherine N. says

    My library just got a copy of this, and I nabbed it… So love it. I'm dying to make some of these things! I would love love love to get a copy of this. (I already like you on Facebook!)

  2. Catherine N. says

    Just 'liked' notes from a g-f kitchen on FB.

  3. I cannot wait to try the pot stickers, something I haven't had in almost 3 years! Thanks for the recipe. I look forward to checking out the book.

  4. Still new to the Celiac world and always looking for more ideas and recipes. Would love to win a new recipe book!! 🙂 🙂

  5. Ali Williams says

    Did them all!! Thanks for the chance to win this book. I have been looking at it and drooling 🙂 I miss my potstickers!! pick me pick me please!!

  6. Oh my goodness these look amazing!! My 7 year old daughter was officially diagnosed with Celiac Disease on November 7th and I have been stalking your page and others trying to learn any and everything I can! I want to tell you thank you for all you have posted! It has been making this transition a little easier.

  7. Rebecca Thompson says

    I would so love to make some great GF Asian food! Of course I pledge not to cheat this holiday season. Actually I have never intentionally cheated in the 11 years since my celiac diagnosis. I follow you on Facebook and forward your info via Gluten Free in the AV.

  8. I wouldn't mind a copy 🙂 Thanks Heidi!

  9. Asian themed holiday throwdown?! I LOVE IT!!

  10. Jacie Green says

    I don't own a GF cookbook yet and would love to add this to my collection!

  11. Christy Siegman says

    I just discovered your website yesterday and I am so grateful that you blog! I'm looking forward to making several of the recipes! Especially GF goldfish for my 8yr old daughter (she was diagnosed at 2 yrs & doesn't know many of the "treats").

    I really can't wait to check into the gF Asian Cookbook! I really, really miss asian food! Thanks again!

  12. i would luv to win a copy of this book, this is the food i miss the most!

  13. I already like you on Facebook!

  14. I promise not cheat this holiday season! I don't really cheat anyway, but some days I get tired and I'm not as vigilant and I get into trouble, so I will do better with that!

  15. Liked Notes From a GF Kitchen on Facebook!

  16. Awesome. I always wanted to have some great gluten free asian recipes. I also follow you on facebook.

  17. Stacey Clark says

    We have missed asian food so much since going gluten free. I have tried a few things on my own but failed miserably. Looking forward to following someone else's recipe and getting it right! (So is my family who has to suffer through eating my mess ups 🙂 I pledge to eat gluten free and keep my family eating gluten free also….even thru the hard to navigate holidays.

  18. Chinese takeout is definitely something I have missed since being diagnosed. Thanks for the giveaway.

  19. I subscribe to your blog via email.

  20. I subscribe to your blog and have for some time!

  21. I follow you on facebook and love your posts!

  22. i will not cheat on my gf diet-i already have enough health problems when i am following it!

  23. I would love to t eat dumings again!

  24. This cookbook looks amazing! I'd love to be able to have chinese food again!

  25. I've wanted this cook book since I saw it advertised! I already made my pledge to have a gluten free holiday season and plans are in the works…

  26. What a great new resource for eating Asian food. YUM!!! 🙂

  27. I promise not to cheat on the GF diet this holiday season!

  28. I like you on FB

  29. I subscribe to your RSS feed.

  30. I would love a copy as I love to cook Asian meals for family and friends =)

  31. I love to cook Asian cuisine. A copy of Asian Kitchen would be great. Thanks for the great giveaway Heidi! I already subscribe to Adventures of a gluten free mom.

  32. I pledge not to cheat on the Gluten Free Diet this holiday season!

  33. I already subscribe to Adventures of a gluten free mom.

  34. I liked Notes From a Gluten Free Kitchen by Laura B Russell on facebook

  35. I liked Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebbok

  36. Following Laura B Russell on Twitter

  37. Awaiting tweets on Twitter from you, Miss Adventure GF mom =)

  38. ■Pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!

    YOU GOT IT! wouldn't even remotely consider it!

    p.s. just completed a five day juice fast, and feel FABULOUS!

  39. ■Subscribe to Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom so you don’t miss a beat

    If I am already subscribed does that count? 🙂

  40. ■Like Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen by Laura B. Russell on Facebook

    Like them? I LOVE THEM! 🙂

  41. ■Like Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebook

    Already like ya, mama! 🙂

  42. sadly I am not a member of twitter. but I will think of your tweets in spirit! 🙂

  43. Facebook shared and liked Tweeted and recipe cherished! Thanks for sharing!!!

  44. My sister would love this cookbook! :). If I won, it would be hers.

  45. Amy Whitehurst says

    YAY! GF Asian food!!!! I'd love a chance to make some for my family!

  46. Amy Whitehurst says

    I have not cheated on GF in a year come mid-December. Cheating is not even a temptation for me any more. There is NO way I'm cheating this holiday season!

  47. Lauren @ As Good As says

    I'm obsessed with Asian cooking lately, and would love to win this book!

  48. Amy Whitehurst says

    I am subscribed to you already! Love the e-mails!

  49. Amy Whitehurst says

    I like Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen by Laura B. Russell on Facebook

  50. Amy Whitehurst says

    I already LOVE your page on Facebook!!

  51. Amy Whitehurst says

    Following Laura B. Russell on Twitter

  52. Amy Whitehurst says

    Following you on Twitter!!

  53. Sooo missing asian food!

  54. I would love to win this book, my husband misses chinese food a lot!!

  55. I will not cheat… I don't want to be sick!

  56. I want to make this pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season

  57. I already like Adventures from a Gluten Free Mom!

  58. I already subscribe to Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom

  59. I liked Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen by Laura B. Russell on Facebook

  60. I liked Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebook

  61. I follow Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Twitter

  62. yummy! Thanks for the opportunity to win this book! 🙂 I follow your blogs like a mad lady! Your awesome! Thank you!

  63. I would love to try some of the recipes! 🙂

  64. I pledge not to cheat!

  65. Liked you on Facebook!

  66. Heather Brandt says

    I'd love to win this b/c I've been missing Asian food 🙂

  67. Dying to try this book out- my Asian GF attempts are a huge flop! Will like the FB pages & Twitter when home from work and re-comment!

  68. I promise I won't cheat! Oh I want to win this book so bad!

  69. I already like you on FB

  70. Great giveaway and a great idea for Christmas!

  71. I already like Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen by Laura B. Russell on FB

  72. I subscribe to you.

  73. I follow Laura B. Russell on Twitter

  74. I soooo miss Asian food

  75. Can't wait to try these Pot Stickers! Our family has been GF for 2-years. Haven't had a pot sticker for that long :o( But that will change tonight!!! Thank you!

  76. I used to live in Japan (pre-GF) and loved all the food. I would love this book to help me enjoy all the foods I miss!

  77. I've recently been advised to go gluten free and I've been looking for some good resources. Glad to have found you and the Asian cookbook looks awesome. I've liked you on facebook!

  78. subcribed to your blog

  79. liked Adventures of a gluten free mom

  80. liked Notes from a Gluten free Kitchen

  81. oh my.. would love to win this! We do sushi on Christmas Eve as our tradition (Sushi and A Christmas Story) and would love to add some new dishes to our Asian feast!

    I am subscribed to your site.

  82. I like you on Facebook.

  83. I like Notes From A Gluten Free Kitchen on Facebook.

  84. I pledge to stay gluten free this season!

  85. Jeanette Gitzel says

    Love asian food! Would love to try the book!

  86. Ooo, those potstickers look so yummy! 🙂

  87. I follow you on twitter.

  88. I like you on facebook.

  89. Tracy Pfeiffer says

    Yuuuuumy!!! I would love to win! Oh man and those pictures! I certainly eat with my eyes in our household:), even the color of the plate changes my mood about what I am eating. Take care, Tracy

  90. These recipes look and sound soooo good!!! I'd love to try to make them!!

  91. I subscribe to your RSS feed. 🙂

  92. I bought this book as soon as it came out (I had it on my wish list ever since I first saw it on Of course, I had to make the pot stickers since that was what I missed the most. I was too lazy to go through the process of creating all the little balls of dough before rolling them out so I just pulled off bits and rolled them out as I went along. I didn't end up with as many as the recipe says, but considering how easily the dough would tear when if I used smaller portions, I think I would have had a hard time getting them to work otherwise.

    I also made the dipping sauce but substituted chopped green onion for the jalapeño/red pepper flakes. I don't like food that is too spicy but the onion added just the right amount of zing to the sauce. Oh My God! Were they delicious!

  93. My daughter (6y.o.) has been begging me to take her for chinese lo mein or dumplings……I keep telling her why she can't. I feel so bad. I have just started on this gluten free adventure for her and am just getting my hands into baking breads/cookies, etc. which I really never did before. It is a whole new experience. I would love love love to receive a book so I can help fulfill her dreams of eating asian again!!!

  94. Gluten Free For Life says

    I would LOVE LOVE to win this book!

  95. Gluten Free For Life says

    I pledge to continue to be gluten free for life!

  96. I 'liked' the FB page!!

  97. I also 'liked' Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen FB page. 🙂

  98. I followed Laura on Twitter!

  99. I followed you on Twitter!

  100. I was just thinking last night that I would love to receive a copy for Christmas. I would love even more to win a copy. I miss Asian food.

  101. I "Pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!"

    I can't lie. This will be tough. It would be the first year I stuck to the diet, tho, so I really want to try!

  102. Here's my general request: Please enter me into the contest!

    Thanks. 🙂

  103. I follow your posts on facebook.

  104. I would love to learn out to cook GF Asian food! My celiac husband is really missing this type of food.

  105. I just added Notes from a Gluten Free Kitchen to my likes on facebook. I am hoping to win this book. My family loves Asian food and three out of four of us were recently told by the doctor to get off gluten permanently.

  106. Thanks for the recipes and for your terrific website, as always, Heidi! I hope to win this cookbook as I miss certain Asian foods terribly!

  107. I have this out from my library right now! It is amazing and is on my wishlist.

    I signed up for Laura's blog.

  108. I also liked her facebook page.

  109. And followed her on Twitter. I didn't realize she's in the Portland area. Will have to keep an eye out to see if she is having any book signings.

  110. Pam hernandez says

    I can't and won't cheat this holiday season but I MISS all the Asian food! It would be wonderful to have this cookbook!!!

  111. Gluten Free For Life says

    I subscribed to your feed and am anxious to look around.

  112. Gluten Free For Life says

    I like your FB page and enjoy following your posts.

  113. Gluten Free For Life says

    I liked Laura's Gluten Free in the Kitchen FB page too!

  114. I would love love love to have this book. I follow you on FB and subscribe to your email. I have also liked Laura on FB.

  115. I'm a new follower, and we're semi-GF since April for our little guy, newly recommitted to hard-core GF (without cheating for the 'rents) for a bit over a month. It's way easier to be GF without cheating. CAn't wait to try the potstickers!

  116. Christine Robinett says

    I could really use this cookbook. I'm grain and soy allergic/intolerant. I would love to know how to make all the sauces using coconut aminos or soy-free "soy" sauce. I would love to make some dumplings made from buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa, really alternative flours, since I can't eat rice.

  117. Checked out a copy of this book from the library and tried the Potstickers with the dipping sauce. They were alot of work but worth every minute. My gluten eating family raved about them. I would live to own a copy of this book!

  118. I'd love to have this book!

  119. And I promise not to cheat this holiday season!

  120. This is amazing! I've been looking for a great GF-Asian cookbook for awhile!

  121. I also pledge not to cheat on the GF diet – during the holidays or ever!

  122. This looks like an amazing cookbook! I often miss eating out at my favorite Asian restaurants… I look forward to attempting to recreate those meals at home. 🙂

  123. I want this cookbook so bad…I would love to win it!

  124. I pledge not to cheat on the GF diet–ever! And not to cheat on my dairy-free diet, either…it's so not worth it!

  125. Oooh I would love a copy of this cookbook!!! I miss Asian food so much and I never make it at home!

  126. I follow your blog on my google reader.

  127. I like your FB page

  128. I like Laura's facebook page

  129. I am new to GF and would love to have this cookbook! All of the recipes look fabulous!

  130. I'm subscribed to Adventures of a Glutadoodle on BOTH email and my RSS Feed.

  131. I like you on Facebook silly. Now. I need to find a nefarious random number generator influence peddler so my newly (two days) gluten free cousin I've met ONCE in Hawaii won't lose her mind.

  132. I absolutely, cross my heart and hope to die pledge to eat nary a smidgeon of gluten this holiday season. I also absolutely cross my heart and hope to die pledge to eat nary a smidgeon of corn, soy, vinegar, egg, dairy, nightshade vegetables or additives of any kind. I'm going on a chocolate diet until my doctor finds out. Thanks for the support

  133. I want to enter!

  134. I am a subscriber on my Google Reader!

  135. I just liked you on FB

  136. I do not need to be GF, I cook this way for my GF family. I usually have my gluten treats when I go out. But, I pledge not to indulge in them for this holiday season. Honestly, I am usually disappointed in them compared to the GF versions I make for the family.

  137. Oh, wow, GF potstickers! It's one of the few foods we haven't found for my GF son.

  138. Of all the ethnic cuisines, Chinese food is the one I miss the most. My local restaurant can make me one dish but it's not amazing! It's boring, but safe. I've tried a couple things at home that were just meh. I'd love this book!

  139. I pledge not to cheat this holiday season. I survived last year and I'll survive this year too! And be better for it!

  140. I would love to win a copy. I'm building up my recipe collection still. Bringing in some more Asian inspired flavors would be great. I'm a FB fan and an avid Twitter follower.

  141. I subscribe to your emails.

  142. I follow you on FB

  143. I follow you on Twitter

  144. I would love to win one of these books! Thanks for the opportunity.

  145. the dumplings are wonderful. A friend came over and we made them together. We TRIED to save some for my husband, but they were so good we ate them all!!

  146. We do Asian at Christmas too – usually make-your-own spring rolls! Or sometimes tamales, I guess…Thanks for the potsticker recipe – I will have to come up with a veggie filling. I can't wait to try! Don't put me in for the drawing…just wanted to say hey!

  147. I pledge not to cheat on the GF diet this holiday season

  148. I "Liked" Notes from a GF Kitchen on FB

  149. I already like Adventures of a GF Mom on FB

  150. Pledging to stay GF for holidays is a no-brainer for my family – so yes, we pledge to stay GFCF! Even testing an allergy/sensitivity is not an option for us nor is it worth the pain & consequences. To everyone – we hope that you & yours have a Happy Gluten Free Gobble Day!

  151. I would LOVE a copy of this book! I just started being g-free this past summer and don't know of any good asian recipes yet. I could really use this book!

  152. I Pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!

  153. I just subscribed to Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom! Please count as an entry

  154. I just liked notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen on facebook. Please count as an entry!

  155. I just followed you on Twitter. Please count as an entry!

  156. I just followed Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Twitter. Please count as an entry!

  157. This looks great would love this cookbook!

  158. This book has been on my Christmas list! Can't wait to try the potsticker recipe:)

  159. YUMMIE! Cookbook looks awesome!

  160. I liked Adventures of a GF Mom

  161. And I liked notes from a GF Kitchen

  162. Am now following Laura B. Russell on Twitter!

  163. Am now following Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Twitter!

  164. Have now Liked Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen by Laura B. Russell!

  165. I am on a huge waiting list at the library for this book – the cover looks so good.

  166. I pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!

  167. I subscribe to Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom

  168. Pledge Not To Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet this Holiday Season!

    We're having a completely gluten-free Thanksgiving this year, plus gluten-free cookie baking day and Christmas meals, so I'm feeling pretty hopeful. 🙂

  169. I liked Notes from a Gluten-free Kitchen on facebook

  170. I subscribed to Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom

  171. I liked Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on facebook

  172. I'm following Laura B. Russell on Twitter

  173. And I'm following Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom on Twitter! Yea for more social networking! 🙂

  174. I cannot wait to try these. I was just diagnosed Celiac, and its been a rough transition looking for recipes to make that are apetizing to my diabetic full gluten eating husband. Its rough trying to merge the reduced carb and gluten free lifestyle

  175. Would love to try new recipes for my kids.

  176. Heidi Blackwelder says

    I want those potstickers, yum!!! What is Miri? I wonder if I could use coconut aminos in lieu of gf soy sauce, no soy for me….

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  178. I vow not to cheat, believe me it isn't worth the pain!

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  180. Looks like a great book!!!


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