Don’t miss out on this old time favorite. Salad Niçoise definitley has a list of ingredients needed in order to call it such, but you know me. I do like to play with my food and I’m not very good with rules. As a matter of fact I’m not sure I’ve made this salad the […]
Father’s Day is quickly approaching and one thing I know about most dads is they like a good meal. As the person making the meal I like it to be an easy healthy gluten free recipe. This recipe is sure to please both plus it’s also dairy free. First it has sausage and potatoes which […]
If you’ve visited here for any length of time you’ll notice I have a love affair with potatoes and the Buffalo Wing Sauce. I love putting that sauce on and in many recipes and I do love a good potato. When I was asked to create a potato salad recipe using the Idaho® potato I […]
When life gets too crazy or just too overwhelming, I cook. I love to cook and spending a day in the kitchen really relaxes me. Of course we then end up with tons of cooked food. Funny these need to cook days are not scheduled and don’t happen to coincide with lots of people being at my […]
I love gnocchi but I have not had any since I started living gluten free. Everyone told me making gluten-free pasta was easy and after I finally tried making it, I realized they were right. I’ve also heard that making gluten free gnocchi was easy, but you know I’m a show me kind of gal. […]
I like this recipe because it’s a healthy twist on typical buffalo chicken wings, which I obsess over, and it’s so much easier and less messy to eat. It’s of course gluten and dairy free and delicious. So as you settle in to watch the Final Four, which only 2 people in 6 million predicted […]
Every month Book of Yum hosts the event, Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger. This month I adopted Wendy from Celiacs In The House. I was looking through Wendy’s blog for a recipe for dinner and came across A Spicy New Twist on Gluten Free Sheppard’s Pie. Of course when I see the words spicy […]
This week’s secret ingredient for Friday Foodie Fix is Yams. We love Red Garnet Yams at our house. So far it’s the only yam or sweet potato I can get them to eat. So in case you are wondering, yes yams and sweet potatoes are two different things. Reading up on yams I see that […]
Today I’m sharing something new with you that I hope you will take just a minute to stop and think about. I’m participating in the virtual progressive fund-raising dinner, Share Our Table. This seven course dinner which is being brought to you by 50 different food bloggers, is designed to raise awareness and understanding of child […]
I love making frittatas but I’ve been trying to make them with more vegetables than fat filled ingredients. I’m using less eggs which creates more of a pizza like dish instead of something more like a quiche. I even serve it on a pizza paddle. This is a great dish to make for your […]
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