Pork Chop Tonkatsu

Gluten-Free Baked Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu is a Japanese panko-breaded and fried pork chop that is served with a sauce by the same name. This Gluten-Free Baked Tonkatsu is my own version of this classic dish, but with a twist. It’s baked, not deep fried, and the sauce is

Miso Salmon and Cauliflower Rice

Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon & Sesame Ginger Cauliflower Fried Rice

The fragrance and spice of ginger, the salty sweetness of sweet soy sauce, and the ever-so-flavorful hint of sesame oil combine in these two dishes to create a delicious meal. First up is Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon, a ridiculously simple main dish that bathes in marinade and broils to perfection in

Gluten-Free Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Bowls & Crispy Sesame Chicken Tenders

Gluten-Free Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Bowls & Crispy Sesame Chicken Tenders

Today I’m bringing you chicken two ways! They have nothing in common in terms of texture – one is crispy, the other is tender; or in terms of presentation – one is in the form of tenders and the other in a bowl with veggies and rice; or in terms of

Gluten Free Sticky-Sweet Grilled Chicken Skewers and Honey Hoisin Butter Corn on the Cob

Honey Hoisin Grilled Corn & Sticky-Sweet Grilled Chicken Skewers

So I’m brainstorming recipe ideas the other day and a phrase from the Lowe’s commercial keeps running through my head: “outside is open” it says. Hmm … good point. Outside is open and it’s mighty beautiful. In fact, my backyard is looking rather

Chilled Sesame Peanut Noodles Recipe

Gluten-Free Chilled Sesame Peanut Noodles

If you can boil water, own a knife to chop a few things, and own a food processor (or a whisk and give it a bit of elbow grease), you can make this simple, delicious Chilled Sesame Peanut Noodles

Mongolian Beef with Shishito Peppers

Gluten Free Mongolian Beef and Shishito Peppers

These days millions of people are sequestered at home, whether because of deciding to self-isolate or because their cities are on lock down. In many cities, restaurants are closed for the time being. Grocery stores may not have everything you’re used to buying and, thanks to hoarders who think only of themselves, may be out