I have tried a few new recipes from Gluten-Free Baking Classics by Annalise Roberts. She also has has a website with recipes, too. The hamburger buns above were from her dinner rolls recipe, the bun recipe from her website is quite similar, just different ratios of the sorghum and millet. I, of course, used So Delicious Coconut Milk instead of regular milk. They were pretty tasty, my one complaint was that the crumbled horribly the next day. Fansastic and light fresh from the oven, so make just enough for what you need.
Yesterday, we made her pizza crust, and that was decent, too. It was not as heavy as the pizza crust I make using Silvana Nardone's recipe from Cooking for Isaiah, but I like both of them for different reasons...so I guess I'll just have to experiment and combine the two. :)
So, for far this has been another decent cookbook. There still is conversion to make the recipes dairy-free and soy-free, but that's not hard to do.
Next up, Katz Gluten Free Bakery sent me some of there products as samples to try. Everything they make is gluten-free and dairy-free! We received their Chocolate Chip Cookies, Sliced Challah Bread, Dinner Rolls (Small Challah), and Cinnamon Rugelech. By far, the boys favorite was the chocolate chip cookies, they couldn't stop eating them. And I do have to say they were quite delicious. The Cinnamon Rugelech was also quite delicious. It was like a delicate cinnamon roll...more like pastry, because rolls are heavier. :) The challah bread definitely had that egg taste to it, my little one couldn't eat it because it has soy flour, but I've been eating it, and it makes great sandwiches. The rolls we have not had yet (they also have soy flour), but I'm sure they are pretty similar to the bread. Overall, the food was pretty good, the prices are decent, especially when they have free shipping sales (so, watch for that).