I wanted something quick, meatless, and gluten-free for dinner on a Friday night during Lent (and during a Pandemic, which is why we couldn’t go out for dinner!). This takes about an hour total to prepare, and serves four. 1 medium head of Cauliflower, bottom stem and leaves removed 1/2 cup onion, finely minced 1/2 cup celery, finely minced 1/2 cup butter 1 cup dry … Continue reading Cheese & Cauliflower “Risotto”
A Mexican tradition for the Day of the Dead (a.k.a. All Souls Day), these guys are really easy to make. 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp merengue powder, 1 tsp almond extract, 3 tsp water. Mix until like wet sand, and press into skull molds. Dry overnight, then decorate. Fun! – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone Location:Midland Pkwy,,United States Continue reading Sugar skulls!
Chicago is a great town for eating. Well, in which to eat, not to eat the town per se. You know what I mean. There are a few things that are on most people’s Chicago Food Checklist: Steak Garrett’s popcorn Deep-dish Pizza Garret’s Popcorn was easy– they have a store a block from my hotel. When I stopped by on Sunday, there was a line … Continue reading The Chicago Checklist, Extra Meat Edition
Wherein our intrepid author explores a path out of the wheat-free wilderness, and ends with a quite tasty pecan pie. Continue reading Welcome to Gluten-free Baking.