People ask me all the time if I miss gluten. I always tell them “no!” After all, who misses migraine headaches, itchy skin, and swollen joints? Certainly not me!
Of course they are talking about the food – don’t I miss bread, or cakes, or pasta and such? The answer is still “no” simply because
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
I love sandwiches. All kinds of sandwiches; fancy schmancy ingredients on artisanal gluten free bread, peanut butter and jelly, egg salad wrapped in lettuce leaves – it doesn’t really matter how plain or fancy, I just really
If you, like me, love a good scone but are cutting grains as well as gluten out of your diet, I have a recipe you simply must try!
A scone is sort of like an English version of the American biscuit, but usually
June is jam-packed with possible reasons to celebrate. There’s Father’s Day, graduations, up-coming nuptials, and just because it is finally summer!
If you are looking for an easy recipe that feeds a crowd that is a little out of the ordinary, give these gluten free empanadas a try. They can be served as
I love a good casserole! And tamale pie is one of my favorites. What potluck would be complete without tamale pie?
Traditionally tamale pie is made by topping a yummy meat filling with a layer of cornbread topping – hinting at the flavors of a real tamale. And while I adore the traditional