Gluten-Free Gingersnaps with Lemon Cream Filling

These Gluten-Free Gingersnaps with Lemon Cream Filling are full of bright flavor. Tart lemon cream frosting is sandwiched between two gingery, chewy (or crisp, if you prefer) cookies. This is the first time I’ve actually been excited for January. Usually I’m like, “Ugh. Can we just fast forward through January, February, and March and get to […]

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Gluten-Free Holiday Appetizer: Flatbread with Roasted Butternut Squash

Gluten-Free Holiday Appetizer | Butternut Squash Goat Cheese Flatbread

When I catered holiday parties in the past, the menus usually centered around appetizers and salads. Those are my favorite party foods – always. And I think after all the sweets, people crave more savory party foods. I love, love, love using cheese in appetizers, especially for the holidays, for several reasons. First, most people […]

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Tomato Juice Dressing and Vinaigrette Recipes

You may remember earlier in the year when I teamed up with award winning Natalie’s Orchid Island Company to create a new recipe using one of their amazing juices. This time using their newest squeezed fresh juice – tomato! And we’re making Tomato Juice Dressing and Vinaigrette 3 Ways. That’s three delicious, refreshing, flavor ways to perk […]

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Roasted Persimmon Butter with Buckwheat-Teff Scones

I think I have finally found the spread to beat all others – Roasted Persimmon Butter. Over on Instagram, I mentioned that I have been buying persimmons for the past few years, but I never really knew what to do with them. I admitted I felt a little intimidated by them. They are very pretty, […]

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Gluten-Free Onion Rings with Pumpkin Sage Aioli

Way back in the summer, which feels like ages ago now (ha!), I made some gluten-free onion rings one night to go along with our dinner. I don’t normally do a lot of deep frying, so it’s pretty unusual for me to have a pan full of hot oil. I think we were making falafel […]

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Maple Sage Spice Rub and How to Dry Brine Turkey

So…Thanksgiving. I can’t lie. I’m so excited for Thanksgiving to come. I start thinking about my menu months in advance, which sounds silly, I know. But there’s a lot of pressure to create the perfect meal for that one day every November where we sit together as a family, reflect, and talk about gratitude. That […]

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