Gluten free with Tart 26 recipes
Hellooooooo blogland! Happy New Year! Oh, how I?ve missed visiting with all of you! Did you have a great holiday? Are you refreshed and recharged for a glorious 2010? Speaking of which, let?s take a quick opinion poll. How many of you refer to our[...]
? After promising gluten free pop tarts, I finally got around to posting them! It seems like something that would be hard to create/make, but I'll let you in on a little secret......it's just pie crust and jelly[...]
Almost Gluten-Free Plum Tart A lovely friend of the family gave me a big bag of Italian plums, so I made a couple of almost gluten-free tarts. I do not have celiac's disease (as far as I know), but I avoid gluten and challenge myself to[...]
Finally! A break in the insanity long enough for me to write.
I bet that almost everyone out there has been forced to eat at either someone elses house or out at a public event. For the past three days I have had to eat out at a building[...]
It has been an unbelievably busy week, and unfortunately it seems like the crazyness will continue.
I have been cooking and baking though, so I have a lot to share with you. I can't share everything with you in this one post,[...]
The chili delight you see here is vegetarian, gluten-free, low-fat, high fiber and so good for you that you won't have to feel guilty in the least for how wonderful it tastes. If you make a vegetarian chili, use almost no oil in sweating[...]
Okay, I don't know about you guys, but I tend to stock up on seasonal items when they are on sale. Turkeys around Thanksgiving, picnic tablecloths in the summer, and toys in the winter. Well, last fall I bought about 10 large cans of Libby's 100%[...]
Were you a longtime Gourmet magazine subscriber? Were you surprised to hear that this bastion of American cookery was going under? Did you mourn its passing a little, or perhaps even a lot? Did the Bon Appetit that arrived in its place to[...]
I am continually amazed at the sorts of sweet, rich desserts that can be made low carb. When I first came to grips with the fact that I might be prediabetic, I thought I would rarely, if ever, get to taste these sorts of desserts again. I[...]
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Your challenge is to create your sexiest drink, alcoholic or non alcoholic.
You know you have good friends when they feel comfortable enough to invite themselves over. And I mean that sincerely. I think it's a wonderful thing, as long as you don't feel any obligation to say yes if you really don't want company. We[...]
Blackberry season is upon us and I love seeing these black beauties in every corner market. I love the slightly tart taste of blackberries and adore them especially combined with other berries. The sight is simply gorgeous. Seriously, few fruit[...]
I was excited to see a gluten-free dessert recipe (that wasn't boring) in a recent issue of Rachael Ray's magazine! Since I wasn't cooking dinner last night I finally gave them a try and I LOVED them. The girls weren't huge fans of the coconut,[...]
Asparagus and Leek Tart
You can definitely tell it’s Spring here in California. The weather has finally turned the corner (I think) and the days are getting longer. I love it when it’s still light out[...]
Rhubarb is an interesting plant. It technically is a vegetable, but more often it is compared in the fruit family. It has many anti-oxidant benefits and mostly will help with allergies, lung irritation and poor circulation. Which is interesting[...]