Archive | March, 2010

Gluten and Dairy Free Pastelón or Plantain Lasagna Recipe

Pastelón is a popular meal in the regions of the world where plantains grow in great quantities.  This dish is referred to as Plantain Lasagna, a layered baked dish that builds upon fried plantains.  It has the sweetness of the plantains and the saltiness of olives all blended with ground beef. It has a wonderful flavor, […]

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Great Gluten Free Pasta Challenge

Will you join me in making gluten free pasta from real food? A short list of ingredients, 2-3 minutes to boil and fresh pasta is served. We’ll be using Jacqueline Mallorca’s recipe and I promise I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.

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Monthly Menu Plan- April 2010

Today instead of just sharing my weekly menu I’m sharing my monthly menu for April as it begins mid way through the week.  If you want to see what is on the menu for the first 3 days of this week or you may have missed a weekly menu plan, visit the Monthly Menu Plan […]

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Friday Foodie Fix – Carrots

This week’s Secret Ingredient for Friday Foodie Fix is carrots.  I love to munch on carrots and so does the Easter Bunny.  Don’t forget to put some out for him.  I love carrots.  They’re delicious, cheap, great raw or cooked and pack in tons of Vitamin A.  One of my strongest memories from being a kid was […]

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Gluten Free Thought-Full Thursday – Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Did anyone happen to watch the new show Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution?  There was a premier on Saturday and the rest of the program takes place on Fridays for 6 episodes.  I believe this Friday is replaying episode one at 8pm on ABC.  The remaining shows are scheduled for 9pm. Did you watch Jamie Oliver’s […]

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Roasted Red and Yellow Beet Salad with Avocado, Oranges, Red Onion and Toasted Pine Nuts Recipe – Gluten Free Progressive Easter Dinner Party

Wow, is that a mouthful or what.  Alright now those of you who, like me, say you don’t like beets or you’ve never had them please keep reading.  I had never eaten or cooked beets before creating this recipe but I said I would make the salad course for our Gluten Free Progressive Easter Dinner […]

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Menu Plan Monday – March 22, 2010

Check out my gluten and dairy free menu for the week PLUS the Gluten Free Progressive Easter Dinner Party schedule! You won’t want to miss a day.

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Friday Foodie Fix – Lamb

This week’s Secret Ingredient for Friday Foodie Fix is Lamb.  Lamb is a sheep that is less than 1 year old.  Baby lamb would be 6-8 weeks, Spring lamb is 3-5 months and regular lamb under a year old.  According to the Food Lover’s Guide, when purchasing lamb let the color be your guide.  The […]

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Gluten Free Thought-full Thursday – Save Money Living Gluten Free

What % of your grocery budget do you spend on on gluten free packaged products?polls This post is probably going to make a lot of people mad, but just keep in mind it’s my opinon and you’re entitled to yours. I’m really tired of hearing people whine about the high cost of gluten free foods. […]

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Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls Stew Recipe

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I hope you all have a day filled with luck and happiness. I know you’ll love this twist on a traditional recipe. As always it’s gluten and dairy free.

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