Easy gluten free chicken roll ups

Gluten Free Chicken Roll Ups Recipe

I really began learning to cook in California in the 80’s. Goat cheese and sundried tomatoes were all the rage and oh-so gourmet back then. That’s probably why I love this recipe for gluten free chicken roll ups so much. They seem

Panko-Breadcrumbs

Ask the Chef: Gluten-Free Panko

Q: I want to make over a recipe that calls for panko. What exactly is that? What’s the difference between panko and breadcrumbs? Could I use an equal amount of gluten-free breadcrumbs instead? Can I buy gluten-free panko anywhere? A: I’m so glad you asked! Panko crumbs and standard breadcrumbs have long been staples in a […]

Gluten Free Baked Parmesan Chicken

Gluten Free Parmesan Baked Chicken Recipe

You can never have too many easy chicken dishes in your recipe box.

Chicken is readily available, a relatively inexpensive form of protein, and for most of us a go-to dinner-time staple.

This is one of my go-to recipes

Gluten Free Tex Mex Quiches

Gluten Free Tex Mex Quiches Recipe

One of my favorite ways to entertain is to host a brunch; it is so much more relaxed than dinner. Not only is brunch easier on the host or hostess but I think that the guest appreciate the mellower atmosphere as well.

Another way I like to make things easier on myself when entertaining is to serve food buffet style

Gluten Free Crispy Artichoke Hearts with Caper Aioli

Crispy Artichoke Hearts with Quick Caper Aioli

This coming Sunday the culmination of a half year of American football season will come to a close when two teams battle it out in the Super Bowl. (And yes, I looked it up; a football season is exactly 26 weeks long.)

While not a football fan especially, I am a huge fan of San Francisco and our beloved 49ers will be fighting for the title of Super Bowl Champion. I also happen to be a fan of any event where food plays a prominent role.

Gluten Free Stuffed Artichokes

Gluten Free Stuffed Artichokes Recipe

I hope you all had a lovely holiday! We have had a packed schedule here; holiday cocktail parties, big family dinners, brunches and all sort of lovely, organized chaos. It started with Thanksgiving and a month later we are still in party mode!

After all this reveling I am thinking that New Year’s Eve should be quiet; just a wonderful late night dinner for the hubby and me. But just because it will be only the two of us does not mean it shouldn’t be special.