simply tempting

the allergy friendly
kosher cookbook





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This book is a great source to the community. The foods are just what these allergic kids need -- appetizing and "NORMAL".

- Susan K. Schulman, M.D., F.A.A.P.

This is an important and timely book. Food allergies are an increasing problem for children. Putting together a healthful and tasty diet is important as any medication we can prescribe. This cookbook is a needed addition to improve the quality of life for these children and their families.

- Michael G. Marcus, M.D.
Director, Pediatric Pulmonology & Allergy/Immunology
Maimonides Infants & Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

This cookbook is an invaluable tool to help mothers of allergic children.

- Audrey K. Rosner, R.N., C.P.N.P.

Over 11 million Americans are estimated to have food allergy, and 5 million of them are children. It is challenging to create nutritious, delicious and enticing meals when avoiding common allergens. This book is a tremendous resource for successful, safe meal preparation for feeding those with food allergies, and I highly recommend it.

- Scott H. Sicherer, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Jaffe Food Allergy Institute
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York

This cookbook is an excellent resource for those on a limited diet due to food allergies.

- Melvin Koplow, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Parents of children with food allergies find it challenging to make food that is safe, but also tasty and fun to eat. This book shows that it is possible to create healthy, enjoyable snacks and meals and to allow children with allergies to have the everyday eating experiences that other children have.

- Steven Shelov,M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P.
Chairman of Pediatrics
Maimonides Infants & Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

[The Simply Tempting] cookbook is wonderful for mothers of allergic children in the frum community. Being able to prepare all of the holiday favorites of the allergic child allows him to participate fully in the joys of life.

- Tamar Rosner, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Parents can promote their children's adjustment and minimize disruption while also cooking great food. It's a testimony to resilience and adaptation.

- Lisa Altshuler, PhD
Director of Pediatric Psychology
Maimonides Infants & Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn, NY