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Timeless Favorites, Gluten-Free

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On this week's fresh edition of The Food Schmooze?®: good gluten-free dishes… taco ideas… and delicious acorn squash… 

Silvana's Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Kitchen has recipes for every meal and a flour combination that makes great bread, waffles, biscuits, and pancakes. As Food & Wine magazine says, it is "astonishing" that her excellent recipes are gluten-free. We feature a one-pot chicken parm rice bake—delicious, and the perfect week night meal.

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  • Chris Prosperi is owner and chef atMetro Bis Restaurant in Simsbury, Connecticut. 
  • Alex Province is a wine expert, food enthusiast, and regular contributor.
  • Silvana Nardone is the author of Silvana's Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed.

Lori Mack and Jonathan McNicol contributed to this show.

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