No Crumbs Left (Whole30 Endorsed Series): Recipes for Everyday Food Made Marvelous by Teri Turner

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  • Spicy almond sauce

    • julesamomof2 on October 01, 2020

      This was a lot of work, plus I had to pull out my blender. The almond butter made the dressing a bit gritty/nubby. Not a repeat.

  • Zucchini pie

    • julesamomof2 on October 01, 2020

      We liked this quite bit as a low carb breakfast. I followed the recipe, except I couldn't help but add some shredded mozzarella to one half the pan. I didn't think the tomato confit added much more beyond just regular cherry tomatoes. I would skip that next time as it was a pain and make a lot more confit then needed for this recipe.

  • Creamy horseradish dressing

    • mamacrumbcake on March 12, 2020

      Really nice horseradish dressing. The horseradish was not as potent as I expected—and I used a full half cup. I eat it with so many things: beef, smoked salmon, hard boiled eggs...delicious and satisfying way to not feel deprived on Whole30.

  • Zesty garlic-tahini dressing

    • mamacrumbcake on March 12, 2020

      Yummy! Great on salad, as a dip, or even on sandwiches (if you’re not Whole30). I made this to go with the chicken shawarma from this book and it was excellent.

  • Chicken shawarma salad with zesty garlic-tahini dressing

    • mamacrumbcake on March 12, 2020

      Beautiful and delicious salad. All the components go well together. Easy enough for a weeknight, but pretty enough for company. The chicken shawarma is so good and if you’re not on a restricted diet, it would be great with rice or wrapped in a pita.

  • Caramelly poached pears

    • mamacrumbcake on March 12, 2020

      These are delicious! My husband said it tasted like apple pie. These pears are very versatile—eat them with breakfast, for snacks, or as a side dish at dinner. (With ice cream, but that wouldn’t be Whole30). I was only able to fit 5 pears in my largest skillet and I had to use Anjou because I didn’t have Bartlett. Nevertheless, very easy and yummy. It did take longer than the recipe stated to reduce the apple juice.

  • Zucchini ribbons with ginger marinade

    • AndieEats on April 21, 2021

      Really disliked this dish. We love zucchini, but the marinade was simply overwhelmingly sour in a way that ruined it for us.

  • Green beans almondine

    • Jviney on January 24, 2020

      These were excellent - one of my favorite green bean preparations. Quick and easy, very good.

  • Chicken finger salad with grapefruit-lime vinaigrette

    • Jviney on January 15, 2020

      I may never look for another chicken tenders recipe. These were stellar.

  • Marinated red onions

    • Jviney on January 15, 2020

      These do add a lot of flavor to various dishes. The instructions say to slice thinly and I would add to that as thinly as possible without shaving. One recipe does not make many so don’t get enthusiastic with the slicing quantity. :)

  • Pistachio pesto

    • Jviney on January 15, 2020

      This is lovely. I haven’t tried it in any dishes yet, but ate with raw veggies for lunch and I did not miss the cheese!

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  • ISBN 10 1328557472
  • ISBN 13 9781328557476
  • Published May 21 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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Teri Turner, an up-and-coming sensation in the food blog world, has a rapidly growing social media following and legions of fans clamoring for her first book. Her recipes are delicious, easy to prepare, and healthful—often gluten-free, grain-free, and dairy-free—a perfect addition to the Whole30 Endorsed series: and ideal for anyone who has successfully completed the Whole30 and is looking for recipes to enjoy the other 335 days of the year. Teri’s contagious enthusiasm encourages people to get back in the kitchen and have fun making her signature recipes like Sizzling Shrimp, Heroine Chicken, and her game-changing Magic Elixirs. About 60% of the recipes are fully Whole30 compliant, and just like the other books in the series, the Whole30 team will support it with blog posts, email blasts, and more. And for people who have never done a Whole30, the book offers dishes for anyone looking for delicious food that’s healthy, too.