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I’m just going to say this: I am so proud of this pear streusel pie. I know it’s only the middle of October, but you guys, I’m already planning my Thanksgiving menu and this is on it! I love Halloween, but Thanksgiving is like the marathon I’ve been training for all year long. I’m lacing up my apron, I’m grabbing my rolling pin, and I’m ready. October is all about the pears. Have you noticed all […]
I’ve partnered with Pamela’s Products for this holiday cookie recipe. Friends, meet your new favorite holiday cookie – Egg Nog Spiced Gluten-Free Slice and Bake Cookies. It’s that time of year again when we fill our cupboards and fridges with baking essentials. For me that always includes several bags of Pamela’s All-Purpose Gluten-Free Artisan Flour Blend. It’s been my go-to GF flour blend since I was first used it to make my Chai Spice Snowball […]
This recipe for Gluten-Free Grilled Chicken Pasta with Red Pepper Sauce utilizes a grill– you can even cook the pasta on the grill if you’ve got the right kind of pot! The Right Gluten-Free Pasta for Grilled Chicken Pasta I love pasta. I could eat it every single day. But it’s often hard to find a good gluten-free substitute, especially one that my whole family with enjoy with me. I like using gluten-free pasta that […]
These Mini Cherry Gluten-Free Frangipane Tarts are a summery take on the classic French tart. Made with a crisp, buttery gluten-free crust, and a filling of juicy cherries and a mixed nut frangipane – a blend of almond, coconut, walnut, and pecan flour from Pamela’s Products Nut Flour Blend, these darling little tarts are as delicious as they are cute. It’s cherry season! I look forward to fresh cherries all year long – the season is […]
These Gluten-Free Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Bars are something extra special. I think of all of the recipes I’ve developed during my partnership with Pamela’s Products, this is my very favorite. And maybe it’s because Pamela’s Pumpkin Bread Mix is one of my family’s very, very favorites. Last year – no joke – when they were on sale, I bought five bags, which I think was all that was left on the shelf! We […]
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 the nice weather?” But then last year I fell hard for citrus of all kinds and citrus time is here […]
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 love cheese. Or at least like it. Second, it creates a more filling, satisfying appetizer. And third, it goes well […]
Early on in my marriage, I subscribed to Everyday Food, which sadly doesn’t exist anymore. I LOVED that little magazine so much. It made new ingredients and recipes feel more approachable as I was honing my kitchen skills. There was one issue that I had for years and years until it finally fell apart. I saved the pages – they are tucked away in an envelope somewhere in my closet. The other day I started thinking […]
Like many, I grew up with the ubiquitous pumpkin pie made from the recipe back of the pumpkin puree can. It’s not that that pie is bad, I just think I knew on some subconscious level that it could be better. Or at least I wanted it to be better. I would choke down a piece once a year and I was good for another 365 days. The thing that changed my opinion about pumpkin pie was […]
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 that night, and so I thought I would take advantage of the opportunity. I know onion rings may seem like something […]