Book Signing Event

Join Alain Braux for practical advice on switching to a gluten-free lifestyle

Book Signing Event
Photo by John Anderson

Chef Alain Braux, signing his popular book Living Gluten and Dairy-Free With French Gourmet Food

Favorably reviewed by The Austin Chronicle in our "Books for Cooks 2010" holiday gift guide (Nov. 26, 2010), this practical guide not only includes timeless recipes, but also contains an invaluable index of hidden sources of gluten and dairy, as well as practical advice about making the switch to a gluten-free lifestyle. Braux himself will be on hand to discuss his timely, informative book and answer questions; he'll also provide free samples of his fabulous flourless chocolate torte, and Sarah Bartholow of Dallas-based company Hail Merry will offer samples of several of her company's vegan and gluten-free treats. A wonderful opportunity to meet one of Austin's gluten-free luminaries. (BookPeople, 603 N. Lamar, Monday, Feb. 14, 7-9pm.)

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