A leftover - based soup! I make some form of this soup multiple times each year. It's a great way to use leftover turkey (or chicken) in a way that is pretty distinct from the typical "Thanksgiving Day leftovers" taste. I love throwing it all in a slow cooker, but it works just as well in a pot simmering on the stovetop. Its fantastic when … Continue reading the story "Thanksgiving Italian Soup – Allergy friendly"
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I am obsessed with retro vintage sewing patterns. Obsessed. It is a relatively recent addition to the long list of my obsessions - and I blame this one squarely on the hard-working shoulders of my grandmothers. Every time I press my sewing machine into use (which is almost daily now), they both cross my mind. My obsession … Continue reading the story "Memories of my grandmothers, and potato casserole"
I LOVE fair food. With a passion. Unfortunately, most fair food is not gluten free. Recently while on a girls' trip to a fair, we discovered these tiny little yummy pieces of fair food perfection - and gluten free to boot! **NOTE: most fair food, even if gf naturally, is fried in the same oil as gluten-loaded chicken sticks … Continue reading the story "Bacon-wrapped chicken & chokes"
I love roasted potatoes! Garlic is an obsession for me. And I love bacon, of course. So when my son recently suggested adding bacon to my side dish staple of roasted garlic red potatoes, I was all over that. He helped with the prep as well, sweet boy. I love hearing his creative ideas and working together to turn them into reality! … Continue reading the story "Roasted Garlic Potatoes With Bacon"
...only different. This is a very cheesy, very mushroomy tuna casserole. But first, the backstory. I kind of lucked out in the mom department. And I'm kind of kicking myself for not thinking of posting this recipe and story for Mother's Day. Why do I always get the best ideas after the fact? Mom and I, either … Continue reading the story "Cheesy Tuna Casserole like Mom used to make…"
It was just last month that, thanks to some rave reviews by one of my fave bloggers over at Gracefully Gluten Free, I tried PF Chang's GF Lettuce Wraps. They were fantastic, so this weekend I decided to try to replicate them. This isn't an exact copy; I'm not sure that I could if I tried. … Continue reading the story "Beef Lettuce Wraps"
My inspiration for this recipe came as I was sitting in my living room watching tv. No joke. This weekend, I was watching a show about Kevin Bacon and his family tree. I also happened to be wishing I had some guacamole. I know. See where this is going, don't you? Thinking about how cool the last name … Continue reading the story "Bacon Guacamole"
Vidalia onions are in season! Also, if you're a regular reader, you realize that I love mushrooms. I decided to pair these two ingredients for a little bite size spring snack, incorporating almond flour and cream cheese. Because, well, I am a sucker for bite size elegant little snacks. I admit it! I've made similar mini … Continue reading the story "Gluten Free Vidalia & Shiitake Petite Tarts"
Anellini pasta. Isn't it cute? Today, I am sharing a buttery gluten free pasta recipe with you. But first? Let me tell you about my kitchen screw up last night. Sometimes things just go wrong. Very very wrong. I spent hours yesterday preparing dinner for my family. I was pretty proud, as I've developed a cold since returning … Continue reading the story "Simple Buttery GF Basil-Parm Roasted Garlic Pasta"
Hi! I am sitting in the airport, waiting to board the plane to head to the conference and expo. As the remodel of my blog continues (can't you just hear the loud sounds of the jackhammers?!), I have another guest blog post for you. This one comes from my friend Joe over at Joe's Primal Scream. I'm super excited that he's chosen this recipe … Continue reading the story "Chorizo Stuffed Peppers! Guest Blog 3 by Joe’s Primal Scream"