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Posts by glutenfreegirl
how to cook salmon easily
Cooking salmon well is much easier than you think.
Coconut flour pancakes are delicious, as well as gluten-free and grain-free.
After all that richness of Christmas, it's good to go back to something lighter. This simple cucumber-avocado smoothie is a great way to start the day.
Gluten-free shortbread is so easy to make that we have given you three different recipes for it!
Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Cocktail for the Holidays
Homemade cranberry cocktail, a special drink for the holidays for those who don't drink alcohol.
Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men
It's easy to make great gluten-free gingerbread men for the holidays.
Gluten-Free Cake Pops
Gluten-Free Cake Pops are a great way to gather the family and enjoy the holidays together. Baking project!
Gluten-Free Mexican Wedding Cookies
Mexican wedding cookies, gluten-free. They're easy to make and utterly delicious.
Gluten-Free Chocolate Pretzel Holiday Treats
You don't need to bake with a bunch of gluten-free flours to make gluten-free holiday treats. Gluten-free pretzels, white chocolate, and crushed candy canes. Kids love them. (Adults too.)
How to Make Oven-Roasted Tomatoes
Roasting tomatoes in the summer returns the sweetness of summer in less than an hour.
Chicken Curry with Carrots and Parsnips
This chicken curry with carrots and parsnips is substantive for dinner but doesn't involve sugar, a lot of starches or heavy sauces. It's a good dinner for these heady holiday days. Plus, it's gluten-free.
Madeleines are such lovely snacking cookies, slightly sweet and soft, perfect for the afternoon when you need a treat. And these are gluten-free.
Eating by Candlelight
Lighting a few candles at the dinner table in the winter makes meals much more enjoyable. The kids will eat more too.
How to Make Polenta
Polenta is a deeply satisfying dish you can make ahead and enjoy it all week long for a quick dinner.
Why You Need a Spider in the Kitchen
This kitchen tool is endlessly useful. You might not know you need one. Yet.
Easy Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese
It's easy to make great gluten-free macaroni and cheese!
Three Bean Soup with Ham Hock
On cold winter nights, this three bean soup is satisfying and healthy. It makes early dark evenings much easier.
Roasted Lemon, Fennel, and Pine Nut Stuffing for Thanksgiving
We’re pretty traditional about stuffing in our family. Every year, we have eaten the same stuffing every Thanksgiving Day: onions and celery sautéed in butter, fresh sage (that’s a change. it used to be dried sage out of a spice bottle.), dried bread cubes, and a mix of chicken stock and eggs to bind it...
Gluten-Free Turkey Sandwiches With Cranberry Chutney
I don’t know about you, but I don’t really need a lot of recipes for leftover turkey after Thanksgiving. I mean, they all look good. Turkey tettrazini, curried turkey soup, turkey meatballs and spaghetti, and turkey pot pie — I’d have any for dinner, any time of the year. We like eating turkey all year...
Wild Rice Salad with Chanterelles (gluten-free and vegan)
Imagine being gluten-free at Thanksgiving. It can feel daunting. In the next couple of weeks, we’ll be offering plenty of recipes so that you can feed your gluten-free family or friends. But imagine being gluten-free, dairy-free, and not interested in eating meat on Thanksgiving. This wild rice salad, the first version of which appeared on...
Roasted Sweet Potato Puree, Gluten-free and Dairy-free
I wish I could convey how delicious this sweet potato puree is. Words are only a finger pointing toward the real thing. Let me just point this out to you. If you roast sweet potatoes in advance, you could be eating this sweet potato puree within 10 minutes of deciding to make it. Think about...
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
It’s definitively fall here. The leaves are orange and falling. Danny has a fire going every night in the woodstove. And there are sweet potatoes in our home again. When the season changes, we grow genuinely geeky excited about all the new vegetables on the market. When it’s May or June, I don’t want to...
What to Do With Quince
Perhaps you’ve seen one of these pale-green fruits in your CSA or your local grocery store. What are they? And what do you do with them? Quince. They’re related to pears and apples, but they’re not like either one. They’re like a perfumed apple, with the subtle sweetness of a pear, but with denser flesh,...
Letting the Kids Help with Dinner
As soon as our daughter could stand solidly on her feet, we had her standing on a chair at the kitchen counter. The kitchen is a great place to be together. When she was very little, there wasn’t much she could do to help with dinner. I just wanted her to experience the sounds and...