Spinach Quiche Whenever I make this quiche, I always say the same thing, "Why don't I make this more often?" This spinach quiche is nice and light. Our new piecrust complements this dish nicely. If you make and roll your piecrust in advance, the quiche only takes about 5 minutes to put together. That's a really quick meal! . . . keep reading
Comfort Lasagna Cold days. Slippery Roads. Shoveling. Time for lasagna! This lasagna is nice and easy. Vary it however you wish. Add vegetables, increase the ingredients for more layers. This recipe is very forgiving. . . . keep reading
Bar-Style Chicken Wings I know. You can make chicken wings by tossing together wings and hot sauce and baking. But, as good as those wings are, they aren't bar-style wings. This recipe is for anyone who misses crispy bar wings. Now, all we need is an easy-to-find gluten-free beer. . . . keep reading
Tuna Noodle Casserole I'll admit it. Until readers began requesting a gluten-free tuna noodle casserole, I had never tasted one. This isn't the case anymore. I've eaten more tuna noodle casserole than I care to remember. All of this tasting, and testing, has resulted in a tuna noodle casserole that is very, very similar to the classic Campbell's version. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Thin Crust Pizza Recipe This pizza recipe is so quick and easy to make, you'll find yourself turning to it again and again. Unlike our thick crust pizza recipe, this crust is thin and crunchy, almost like a cracker. Top it with whatever you love. For me, that means caramelized onions, Kalamata olives, mozzarella cheese and fresh tomato sauce. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Corn Dog Recipe I'll be honest. Corn dogs have never been my "thing". Several readers, however, requested a gluten-free corn dog recipe. So, I dived into the world of corn dogs. After frying dozens of dogs, I understand the appeal. Corn dogs really are a fun food. Treat yourself and make a batch before the kids go back to school and summer comes to an end. . . . keep reading
Sautéed Shrimp with Rice Recipe While I enjoy shrimp all year, I find myself preparing it more in the summer. This recipe was born one night when I dug through my kitchen in search of something "light, yet substantial" for dinner. This dish fit the bill. I have made it many times since and always play with the ingredients. Sometimes I add more garlic or fresh herbs. Really, anything that sounds good to me in the moment lands in the pan. Experiment with this dish. I'm sure you will make something wonderful! . . . keep reading
Grilled Gluten-Free Margarita Pizza Recipe Pizza baked in a wood or coal oven is heaven to me. The trouble is, I don't have a wood or coal oven at home. To create a gluten-free pizza with the smoky, ineffable taste of wood oven pizza, I grill my pizza on the barbeque.
The technique is fairly simple. Roll your dough very thin. Place it on aluminum foil. Heat your grill. Place the dough on the grill and grill it. In just a few minutes, you will be sinking your teeth into a crisp, flavorful pizza. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Penne with Fresh Tomatoes Recipe I find walking into the kitchen after a long day and pulling out a skillet to make a fresh pasta sauce incredibly relaxing. Preparing a simple dinner is my way of reconnecting with my home life after spending all day at work. What I don't want to do is follow another recipe (What do you think I do all day at work!?!) I put on my thick cotton socks and begin pulling this and that out of the cabinets. Olive oil, garlic, olives, tomatoes. Soon, dinner is ready and I have decompressed.
I want to stress to you that you don't need to follow this recipe to the letter. The ingredients are only suggestions. Modify this recipe to suit your family's taste. Add more olives, more garlic, it's up to you! . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Cod Cake Recipe When I crave something a "little different" for dinner, I pull out this recipe. The lemon, scallions, and fresh herbs lend a nice flavor to the cod cakes. From start to finish this dish takes about 45 minutes to make. However, you might work faster at the end of the day than I do. . . . keep reading
Spinach Salad with Apples and Olives Recipe This salad is a nice break from iceberg, tomatoes and carrots. The sweetness from the honey and apples is balanced by the Kalamata olives. This recipe includes a homemade vinaigrette. You can use any vinegar, mustard or olive oil you like. What I use is included in parenthesis next to the ingredient. . . . keep reading
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