Archive | November, 2009

Weekend Kitchen Tip – How to Cook Your Thanksgiving Meal Without Going Crazy

How to cook your Thanksgiving meal without going crazy and details on the Gluten Free Thanksgiving Progressive Dinner Party. It’s virtual!

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Friday Foodie Fix – Squash

This week’s Secret Ingredient for Friday Foodie Fix is Squash. There will be lots of recipes shared so keep checking back and add yours too! Most are gluten free, some dairy free.

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Recipe for Lemongrass Shrimp

When I was traveling to San Francisco I had an amazing meal of Lemongrass Chicken at The Slanted Door.  I’ve wanted to try and recreate it ever since.  Well one night I just couldn’t wait any longer and created this dish with what I had on hand.  The ingredients are a little different but it […]

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Sate Paste Recipe

My gluten and dairy free recipe for a Chili Sate Paste. Use this as a base for your Vietnamese, Thai and Indonesian cooking. Tons of flavor, easy to make.

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Recipe for Gluten and Dairy Free BBQ Jalapeño Poppers

Review of The Pioneer Woman Cooks cookbook by Ree Drummond and my gluten free, dairy free version of her BBQ Jalapeno Poppers.

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Menu Plan Monday – November 9

Weekly gluten free and dairy free menu. You can also see my Monthly Menu Plan for November.

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Friday Foodie Fix – Cranberries

This week’s Secret Ingredient for Friday Foodie Fix is Cranberries.  These little round red berries are packed full of antioxidants.  They are great added to salads, scones, breakfast cereals, salsa, muffins, and of course in a sauce with your Thanksgiving turkey.  Cranberries are grown in northern swampy areas from New England to the Midwest.  They […]

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Monthly Menu Plan – November

A month of original gluten free and dairy free recipes including my Thanksgiving Menu. Many recipes I’ve made before so you can follow the link right to the recipe. All recipes keeping to my motto, Good Food No Matter What!™

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