This Gluten-Free Roast Beef Crostini recipe is a simple, flavorful appetizer that is great for holiday gatherings and cocktail parties.
This Reverse Sear Filet Mignon with Horseradish Crème Fraiche will not dissapoint this holiday season.
Even though I was deprived of corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day, I was not about to be deprived of my second favorite St. Paddy’s day recipe – Corned Beef & Cabbage Bean Soup.
This gluten free recipe came about as a way of using up leftovers in a manner that was similar but not the same as the previous day’s meal. It was such a hit I started planning for the next day’s meal ahead of time; I would put some dried beans on to soak while the corned beef and cabbage was simmering away.
I love a good baked potato (and by baked I mean one that is baked in an oven, not nuked in a microwave) – a potato that has a crispy, well-seasoned skin worthy of eating and is light and fluffy on the inside.
Since it takes time to cook the perfect baked potato I always throw a few extra in the oven to repurpose later in the week. And what better way to repurpose than to stuff it full of yummy ingredients and then bake again? But before I get into the gluten free recipe for these Vegan Horseradish Mushroom Twice Baked Potatoes, let’s just discuss what is, in my humble opinion, the way to get the perfect baked potato.
It’s not complicated. It doesn’t even require a whole lot of hands on work. In fact it is so simple I am almost remiss to bring it up, but as I have eaten a lot of less than perfect baked potatoes in my life, bring it up I shall.
First let’s talk about the potato
Here’s something I have learned about entertaining – if you serve even the most basic food in teeny portions it seems way fancier and is much more fun to eat.
I love tomato soup! My favorite comfort food of all time is tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. Of course, the tomato soup of my childhood