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Gluten Free Dairy Free Sandwich Loaf

One of our daugthers is home sick. It’s one of those 24 hour stomach bugs that happens even to the healthiest of us. After all, if we never get sick, how would our immune system build itself up? She needs comfort and sometimes comfort is as simple as a gluten free dairy free sandwich loaf […]

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Banana Cashew Pancakes

This morning was one of THOSE  mornings.   Fruit overripe in the fruit bowl. quick breakfast needed for my twin 15 year old athletes,  scurrying  about the house trying to gather their sports equipment, school books and lunch., I wanted to give them a warm breakfast, something is really fast and out the door yummy. […]

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KitchenAid Artisan 5qt Mixer in Persimmon

Six Gifting ideas Gluten-Free and Fabulous

Tis the season to be thinking of gift ideas gluten free friends and family. My thoughts always seem to go toward kitchen equipment that makes creating food just a bit simpler.   KitchenAid KSM150PSER Artisan Series 5-Quart Mixer, Persimmon Classic mixer that can handle any bread making, egg white whipping challenge and now in a […]

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Gingersnap cookies with White Chocolate Creme

Gingersnap Cookies with White Chocolate Creme

Ginger, Cardamon, Cloves, Allspice, and a bit of pepper for a spicy kick. These sandwich cookies capture the flavors of the holidays in a perfectly shippable form. I’ve made these with butter but you can substitute Spectrum organic Butter Flavor shortening   for a dairy-free version. Best of all, technique is the reason you can whip […]

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Apple Cider Glazed Brussels Sprouts

The joy of using fabulous fresh produce right from the farmer is that you don’t have to do much to enhance it. It shines all on its own.   Like these amazing Brussels Sprouts from Rents Due Farms. How much do you love Brussels sprouts? You can see how much I do. Rents Due Ranch (Stanwood, WA) […]

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Maple Candied Apples

Maple Candied Apples

When you want a great candied apple but aren’t eating sugar, what do you do?   Using nothing but maple syrup and butter or coconut oil, you can create a crackling glaze for your apples. Best of all, when there are a few leftover bites, they make great oatmeal toppings. I like to make them […]

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