Sheryl Goldstein was born in Brooklyn, New York, where she delighted in the old world cooking and traditions offered by the borough’s diverse cultures. Sheryl began cooking for her family while very young, and continued her passion while at Cornell University, creating sumptuous parties for her dorm mates, utilizing only a hot plate to make her dishes.

Sheryl worked as a Relationship Manager to Fortune 100 company’s retirement plans, and an Executive Search Consultant for various firms including her own, placing senior level professionals, designing manpower and succession planning programs, and creating market and personnel studies for domestic and international clients. As a working mom with two sons, she learned to be creative in the kitchen, preparing recipes that would please everyone at the same time, and which could be stretched across a few meals. Sheryl continued to entertain friends and family, incorporating the tastes and style of cooking she picked up from her travels and her friendships with chefs and food aficionados. Her home became the place where old friends, new friends, and her kids’ friends gathered.

Sheryl was diagnosed with Celiac disease at the age of fifty. Relieved that her prognosis would be good if she just changed her nutritional diet to gluten-free foods, she still felt motivated to keep her meals delicious and family-friendly. Her love of food and of entertaining created a determination to showcase the delicious flavors and marvelous textures that were available in gluten-free products. Sheryl’s is still the place where everyone gets together to enjoy good food and good times.

Her approach to living a gluten-free life includes gaining knowledge of all the foods that are available for enjoyment and incorporating seasonal fruits and vegetables into her recipes. She likes to experiment with bold flavors, using spices and herbs in numerous combinations, and searches relentlessly for that specific ingredient that will make her meal special. But most important, her goal is always to spend less of her time in the kitchen and more with her friends and family!

The No Gluten Solution:Feeding Family and Friends is the culmination of her talents, skills, and her personal desire to develop an effortless style of cooking good food, making her guests comfortable, and always having an excuse for a dinner party.

2 Comments
  1. My initial thought was how great it is that this is being offered. I know a couple of people who have recently been diagnosed with celiac disease and several who have been advised to go on a gluten-free diet. They have been frustrated and overwhelmed. This is great.
    The home page makes it very clear what the site is about…no problem there.
    I didn’t find any redundancies. It’s easy to navigate and each page is beneficial.
    The green and blue suggest health, outdoors, well-being, freshness. And I love the “gluten solution” logo, again, fresh, healthy, and youthful. Perfect. I also like pictures of great food on the home page. After all, that’s exactly what it’s about.
    I can’t think of anything to change. Great work, thanks, and good luck!

  2. Dear Sheryl,
    Mom told us today about your beautiful book and how it came about. It’s wonderful and we are very excited for you. Much luck in selling it. We think your idea was great and the book looks great.

    Lots of love,

    Arlene and Morton Levy

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