Have you seen that commercial where Oprah is so excited about being able to eat bread every day? I understand her enthusiasm. I can’t eat bread every day, especially not most gluten free breads; they are a bit too starchy for my system and I do best when I limit my
There is nothing like the smell of bread baking to make your home feel all cozy and comfy.
And of course, eating freshly baked gluten free bread is a treat! It is even more of a treat when a machine does most of the work for you.
Usually when I say that a recipe is positively addictive it contains something like chocolate or whipped cream in it. I honestly do not think I have ever used “addictive” and “cauliflower” in the same sentence before. Until now that is.
I threw this recipe together with a head of cauliflower and some pantry staples and all I can say is “WOW!” I couldn’t stop eating it, it was …yep you guessed it…addictive!
I used to eat lunch at a Middle Eastern restaurant that offered a sumptuous midday buffet filled with all sorts of tasty gluten free offerings. My favorite part of the meal was the end when I had little bits and pieces of all sorts of flavors on my plate and I would scrape them up into one delightful forkful of flavor.
That last exotic forkful was the inspiration for this pasta salad; lots of ingredients used in Middle Eastern dishes all mingled together into a refreshing salad perfect for a hot summer’s day.
This salad is a great addition to a barbecue, as a side dish or vegan main dish if you leave out the feta; it is light yet filling at the same time.
Unlike many pasta salads that have a mayonnaise base, the dressing is
It’s Holiday time! ‘Tis the season to be jolly. To eat, drink and be merry. To gain 10 pounds, do serious damage to your waist line and quite possibly your liver.
Don’t get me wrong. I love holiday parties. Houses twinkle, guests glitter and drinks clink. But all that partying can take its toll on our health. It is hard to navigate all the