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Gluten-Free Apple Ginger Walnut Muffins from @GFDoctor

Apple Ginger Walnut Gluten Free Muffins

Teaching people how to live a gluten-free life has been my mission for a long time. The first time I see a patient after getting their lab results is both the best and the worst of times. Finally, they have answers. They are not crazy. Their problem isn’t all in their head, it is in […]

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Maple Pear Pecan Bacon Coffeecake

Maple Pear Pecan Bacon Coffeecake. That is quite a mouthful. #glutenfree Maple. Pear, Pecan, Bacon coffee cake. How in the world did this one come about? Simple, I’ve been playing with a new technique for creating the structure of cakes. I love cake, always have, but I don’t like the texture of many gluten free […]

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Poof, done, dinner.- Gluten Free Brown Rice Penne, Kale and Sausage

Poof, done, dinner. @jovial brown rice penne,@hemplers andouille sausage, @cutnclean kale. #glutenfree #DairyFree, #1/2hourdinner

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Fresh Cherry sorghum salad with mint.

Fresh Cherry Sorghum Salad with Mint

Cherry sorghum salad with mint. Recipe in two days on the blog

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Cashew Nut Sauce Noodle Salad

Cashew Nut Sauce Noodle Salad Gluten-Free, Vegan

Although I grew up in the heat and humidity of summers in New Jersey, my extended stay in the Pacific Northwest has turned me into a wimp. When the thermometer rises above 75 in Bellingham, I wilt. Cooking becomes a real chore, not joyful, just tedious. Well, except when I make a great Cold Cashew […]

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vegan vanilla cookie

Vegan Vanilla Cookies- Recipe Redux

This month’s Recipe Redux started out with an interesting request. Which kitchen gadget is indispensable in our kitchen? There are so many that I use on a daily basis, but the one that gets the most use is a very simple scale. Ever since I made the change from volume measurements to weight based measurements, my […]

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Golden Birthday Gluten Free Yellow Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream from @GFDoctor

Golden Birthday Cupcakes

I’d never heard the phrase “Golden Birthday” till our twins came home from school a couple of years back talking about a friend who was celebrating her 12th birthday on the 12th of April. It certainly seemed like a made up holiday, but which holidays aren’t? This one is simple, just gather all your golden […]

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Pumpkin Pie from scratch

Having a food based holiday happening so close to a candy based holiday alway seemed like serendipity to me. After all, haven’t we all wondered what to do with those lovely pumpkins post Halloween? This year we ended up with a few spares after the carving party . What to do with them?  Pumpkin PIE […]

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Banana Bread- Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free

When you have those lonely brown spotted Appaloosa bananas on the counter, do you feel a pang? My frugal soul cringes just a bit when I have a few bananas that look like these. I know I could mix up a batch of pancakes, or muffins. But my long time goal has been a crisp […]

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Chicken and Dumplings

When the winds are blowing and my house might lose power, I make chicken and dumplings in my stockpot. Even when the storm is Hurricane Sandy, clear across the country. I make chicken and dumplings. Because soup is hot and wet, filling, comforting, a way of saying that all will be ok. Although Hurricane Sandy […]

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Creamy Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Soup with Smoky Maple Pepita Brittle

Burnished leaves of yellow, red and orange contrasting with the pine trees. Pumpkin fields scattered with orange orbs and children running from one to the next with squeals of joy. Scattered orange flags dropping from cedar trees soften the pathways through the woods on a walk with my dogs. Orange is the color of fall. […]

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Smoky Maple Pumpkin Seed Brittle Recipe

Accents matter. Listening to a group of people, the lilt of a brogue, the sliding vowels of New York, the gutteral catch of German, all serve to fascinate me. That is where the story lies, with those differences. In food, so much is the same.  It is the accents that takes a recipe from routine […]

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Arsenic and Old Rice

That was a cheesy way to lead off this discussion, but I just love the reference to Arsenic and Old Lace. It is what we are really worried about, right? Getting sick from eating a food that contains a poison, like the victims of those creepy old ladies. Why is there arsenic in rice anyway? […]

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Plum cobbler gluten-free just about to go in the oven by GFDoctor

Plum Passion Food Poetry

Plum cobbler gluten-free just about to go in the oven, a photo by GFDoctor on Flickr. “The Word Plum” Helen Chasin The word plum is delicious pout and push, luxury of self-love, and savoring murmur full in the mouth and falling like fruit taut skin pierced, bitten, provoked into juice, and tart flesh question and […]

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@GFDoctor with Peach Pie Gluten Free Dairy Free

Peach Pie Gluten Free Dairy Free

Final @piecamp pie. Peach #gluten-free #dairyfree @piecamp, a photo by GFDoctor on Flickr. Camp is such a fun time, Now imagine one where baking pies is the main focus. That is where I have spent the last four days, Pie Camp with Kate McDermott. I got to teach about gluten-free, and gluten-free, dairy-free pie dough […]

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