When our family went gluten-free, the girls were only 7. Young enough to be fed whatever was at hand, be it naturally gluten-free or a substitute product without much conflict. Some of the substitution products were good, things that truly resembled the former gluten-full option. Others…not so much. Over time, I developed more and more […]
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Why are we jamming? it’s time for the Gluten-Free Ratio Rally once more, and this month we are all working on biscuits. Since this Jersey girl hails from way north of the Mason-Dixon line, I just don’t have a family tradition of biscuits. The only ones I remember as a child came from a […]
Pie, Stuffing and Mashed Potatoes. That is my personal trinity of comfort food, and this pie is made even better by including the cheese pie crust to contrast the thyme scented apples. This month I’ll be posting a recipe each day or two that are essential to my holidays. Hoping that they help you create […]
Michale Pollan in Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual says you can eat anything, as long as you make it. There is no junk food. Which is a wonderful philosophy in my mind, because it makes all foods available to you as long as you’re willing to do the work. Such a simple idea, but profound […]
Birthday cakes always have stories. Stories of happy times, shared with friends and family. Stories of successes as a new baker makes a delicious cake for a loved one. Stories of failures that become part of family lore for years to come. Stories of sadness when a medical diagnosis means you can’t have the recipe […]
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