Don’t worry—you can still have your breakfast staple on a gluten-free diet. Cream cheese is gluten free and gluten-free bagel options are plenty. A frequent morning staple in our house is bagels and cream cheese—at least it was until we became more carb conscious and then became gluten-free. Still, gluten-free bagels and cream cheese often […]
It’s a funny thing – normally I don’t eat much bread or even think about bread very much. But the second I decide to cut back on carbs or grains it seems all I can do is obsess over bread, dream about bread, crave bread!
I want toast and sandwiches and bagels
There are some recipes I prepare that make me feel like I am way cooler and much more awesome than I probably really am. Such as homemade butter and, more recently, gravlax.
Gravlax is very similar to lox with a couple major differences. Both are cured salmon as
I have a tendency to romanticize food – in my mind ordinary things one may choose to eat become filled with greater meaning and possibility, will change my life. I blame it on the movies.
I can’t count the number of movies where lox and bagels have had a supporting role in the scene being played out. Somehow, thanks to
Years ago, before going truly gluten free, my husband and I had a weekly tradition. Every Sunday morning, we would wake up bright and early, walk down the tree studded hill we lived on to the charming downtown area of our little town of Los Gatos and go to the Farmer’s Market. On the way to market we would stop first for a coffee from the roasting company then walk a couple doors down to the bagel place. Every Sunday, I ordered the same thing; an everything bagel, toasted, with scallion schmear, lox, tomato and red onion. I miss everything about those days, the wide variety of fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables, the musicians playing in the park to the delight of dancing children, my steaming cappuccino and of course, that bagel!
This gluten free burger recipe is reminiscent of that bagel. The burger itself is made from c