My love for pasta knows no limit. Even in the heat of summer, I bring a pot of water to a boil to cook pasta for dinner. This recipe, which highlights fresh tomatoes and basil from the garden, comes together quickly, making it a nice dinner for busy nights. . . .
When I'm not sure what dessert to bring to a picnic, this is what I make. Unlike juicy summer fruit pies, you can eat this simple jam pie without a plate and fork--a nice bonus for outdoor meals. . . .
Lighter than a pound cake, this gluten-free, dairy-free cornmeal cake goes well with just about anything. Serve it for breakfast with hot tea or coffee. For dessert, serve with fresh berries, a warm berry compote or grilled pineapple. . . .
On Facebook, when I mentioned that a "Disney Dining Week" was coming to GlutenFreeBaking.com, one of the first comments I received was, "Is it worth getting the meal plan?" Such a good question! And one that's really tough to answer. . . . keep reading
The inspiration for this tart came from one of those nights. You know, the ones where there's only a weird mishmash of ingredients in the house and you don't feel like running to the store. On those nights, when I have eggs in the house, I usually just cook them, serve with gluten-free bread and a salad and call it dinner. The other night, since I had a little time, I decided to bake a savory spinach and onion tart instead of making my standby (read: boring) egg dinner . . .