Kids with food allergies should still be able to enjoy their food. At least that's what Trisha Swindle thought. She did her research and discovered a dearth of allergy-friendly recipes-so she decided to create her own.Trisha Swindle's son, Landon, was diagsed with Eosiphilic Gastroenteritis at fifteen months old. Landon had eosiphilic cells in his small intestines-they are the cells that cause hives to form when you touch poison ivy. In Landon's digestive tract, these cells would overreact when he ate anything he was allergic to. Trisha couldn't find a comprehensive allergy cookbook that could take her through weeks of specialized meals, so she started testing recipes and wrote one. These allergy-friendly recipes can be tailored to different allergy needs. The recipes are simple, because life is too short to spend two hours stirring a pot. And the dishes are delicious and fun, because kids with allergies want to be able to eat the same types of foods as everyone else! Funky Food Allergies is full of allergy-friendly recipes for every meal, complete with fun and funky suggestions and substitutions for other types of allergies and for the rest of the family. Trisha also includes a diet rotation chart for easy and creative meal planning.