I love making frittatas. A little too much apparently, because my family seems to be tired of them. So I started making mini frittatas, just for me. I eat two slices and save two slices for the next day. Perfect! Just like regular frittatas, you can make this any way you like with whatever you […]
You know that thing when you’re invited to a party and you forget to put it on the calendar and all of a sudden you need a quick appetizer idea? No? Oh I forgot, you all are much more organized than me. Well, if that ever should happen to you, here’s an easy idea that […]
Leila and I experimented in the kitchen yesterday with some California raisins, nuts, chia seeds and cinnamon. We were trying to make a healthy snack that would be perfect for before dance class (her) or after a run (me). I thought for sure that we would have to do a few rounds to get them […]
How do you get a perfect photo of fudge in the glow of Christmas lights? By having a tiny elf hold the mass of strands in the background of your shot. Such a great helper. And a photographer (or frittata-pher as Joe likes to call me) in training. Ask Leila what she wants for […]
I’ve been going back through some older recipes from my pre-celiac or “PC days” as Gluten Dude would say and making them over to be gluten-free and dairy-free friendly. One of my favorites that I used to make all the time was a butternut squash pizza. I would get the fresh pizza dough from Trader […]
If you’ve ever met me, you might know I tend to geek out a little bit when it comes to local food. In fact, you might even call me a farm groupie. There’s just something about knowing where your food comes from and having conversations with the people who grow it. Imagine my delight when […]
Last year I finally got over my fear of making homemade whipped cream. It was ah-mazing. And then? I had to cut out dairy. Dang it! Then I found out I could make dairy-free whipped cream out of coconut milk. Great! Except you have to plan ahead and put the can of coconut milk in […]
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