Archive for February, 2013
Flourless Chocolate Cake
You might think I’m a little nuts using chickpeas in this recipe, but you will not be disappointed by the result.  When I first started looking at gluten-free recipes, I... ...
Red Quinoa Salad
A simple side dish, quinoa salad is great to take on a picnic.  Add cooked chicken and have a one dish meal. Red quinoa has a nuttier flavor than regular... ...
Vitamin D gets A+
In the past year it seems that almost everyone I know is being diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiency.  Why this is the case, I don’t know: maybe we are... ...
Clams Posillipo
I have been preparing this recipe for over 30 years and it never fails to be a crowd pleaser.  My 16 year old has decided that Wednesday’s dinner is called... ...
NoGluten is #1 solution
Once again the #1 and only solution for treating celiac disease is the strict adherence to a gluten-free diet.  I am so happy that I have discovered great gluten-free food... ...
Fried Rice
  This recipe is fried rice the way I grew up eating it…without soy sauce.  I have since learned that this preparation is more authentic to Chinese cooking. It is... ...
Carrot Dip
  I always love the carrot dressing served in Japanese restaurants and this recipe is a close duplicate.  An assortment of fresh vegetables taste great with this dip and can... ...
It’s time to ...
Peaches and plums and apricots, oh my! The markets are overflowing with ripe and juicy fruit from the trees. Don’t miss this once every season moment to enjoy the fruits... ...
Peach Crumble
I like a thick and crunchy crumble topping on fresh fruit. Enjoy it on peaches and plums all summer long and then switch to apples and pears in fall. Serves... ...