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Erica Daniels. Foreword by Kim Stagliano

Cooking with Leo

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Catalog No. 29572

Cooking with Leo is a mother's love letter to and inspired by her son. This heartfelt cookbook also tells the story of a mother desperate to heal and to connect with her severely autistic son. A story of a mother finally connecting with her hard to reach child through the most vital everyday activity--cooking.

For many years, Erica Daniels had been out to find a successful dietary intervention for her eleven-year-old son Leo, who suffers from significant food allergies, gastrointestinal disease and autism. Through trial and error in her own kitchen, she finally hit her gastronomic stride of preparing nourishing meals for her entire family without gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, additives, or GMOS--with Leo by her side.

Part cookbook and part love story, Cooking with Leo takes you into the real life messy kitchen of a family affected by autism and food allergies. You will laugh and cry along with Erica and Leo as they cook, create, laugh, dance, act silly, and, most importantly bond.

Cooking with Leo is a family-inspired collection of over 60 allergen-free and autism-diet friendly recipes to be prepared and shared by your whole family together. Make meaningful connections with your child and nurture their passion for cooking with nutritious recipes such as:

Teff-Tough Honey Waffles

Football Sunday Turkey Chili

Grandma's Healing Chicken Soup

Leo's Italian Artichokes

Nanny's Rhubarb Sauce

YouTube Organic Gummy Candies, and more.

Learn not only to cook nutritiously for your whole family, but also to connect with your children, find their gifts and develop their strengths, impart life skills, and tie the family together with healthy food and happy guts.

Erica Daniels is an author, autism advocate, healthy cook, loud music lover and single mother of Leo who struggles with autism, food allergies, and chronic health issues. Erica's life changed and gained new purpose after her son was diagnosed with autism in 2007. Raised on the Philadelphia Main Line, Erica previously worked for Philadelphia Weekly and Philadelphia Magazine.

232 pages. 2017

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