Mushrooms are magical. No, not those kind of mushrooms. I’m talking about the regular ones.
Minced and cooked, these gems can stand in for meat, bringing an earthy, almost meaty flavor and texture that is way more authentic tasting than any processed soy granules. Healthier, too!
When I set out to make Chili last weekend, I searched [...]
Somebody pour me a big glass of milk!
This recipe come from Easy Gluten Free Baking by Elizabeth Barbone. This cookbook is pretty new to my shelf and is the only GF cookbook I own besides Annalise Roberts’ Gluten Free Baking Classics. Both of these books have proven to be invaluable to me in satisfying the [...]
Just look at ‘em. Oh, they taste just as good as they look, too!
I only tried Gluten Free Waffles one other time. They were a disaster. I resorted to frozen Trader Joe’s waffles for my Gluten-Intolerant Spawn when I would make the rest of the family the regular wheat-based waffles from my tried-and-true recipe I’d been [...]
I’ve never been one to load up my plate with all the various side-dishes at Thanksgiving. If I’m going to stuff myself silly (which is certainly a given on Turkey Day) then it’s going to be with only my favorites; Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Corn, Green Beans, and Cranberry Sauce. But there is one more player who always [...]
Wheat, Rye and Barley are to the Gluten Intolerant what Kryptonite is to Superman. (Don’t you just love analogies?). If I didn’t know better, I’d think this bread was on the Naughty List. But, just because it tastes like Rye Bread, doesn’t mean it is Rye Bread.
This is really my Mock Wheat Bread masquerading as [...]
My husband loves Snickers Bars. You probably won’t believe me when I tell you that his breakfast each morning is usually a half a Snickers and a Banana. Really.
So, for this birthday (which falls on Halloween - and for those who know him well, this explains a lot!), I decided to incorporate his favorite candy into the dessert which [...]