Okay, so I have already reviewed the cookbook, Cooking for Isaiah, but I am still testing her recipes, and they are so good I have to bring this cookbook up again. I made the banana pancakes with cinnamon goo (basically cinnamon syrup), and it was literally eating banana bread in pancake form with this warm, gooey, cinnamon syrup that just made it perfect comfort food. Sadly, all of my boys (husband included) were being picky that night and they ate regular gf pancakes--they definitely missed out. But when I made pizza, it was a different story.
She has mastered the gluten-free pizza crust. Really, I think the key is using the pizza stone. I finally pulled mine out that I got when I was married, and realized why these stones exist...if you don't have a stone, go buy one, now, I mean it! Her crust is very simple and straight forward and it came out fantastic, crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside---and, and this is a big and, it was fantastic the next day for leftovers. Not just okay, it was actually fantastic! It wasn't in the least bit soggy, like every other gluten free crust I've tried, it was still crispy, and chewy on the inside.
Really, go out and buy the book, this recipe you will use over and over and over again! And while you're out, buy a pizza stone if you don't have one. :)