Gluten Free Garlic & Cheese Biscuits

Gluten Free Casein Free Garlic and Cheese Biscuits

I can’t think of any more addictive bread for supper than gluten free Garlic & Cheese biscuits. These delicious gluten free biscuits are our favorite accompaniment to a bowl of steaming hot stew. Be sure to make plenty, because these biscuits will disappear quickly. In fact, now that our children are getting older, I’d probably […]

My First Meme!

Kate at Gluten Free Gobsmacked has tagged me for my first ever meme. Never heard of a meme; it’s kind of like a chain-letter for bloggers. Here are the rules: 1. Once tagged, let others know who tagged you. 2. Players are to list 8 random facts about themselves. 3. Those who are tagged should […]

Gluten Free Eggplant Parmigiana Recipe

Gluten Free Eggplant Parmigiana Recipe

Eggplants are one of those prolific summer vegetables for which we run out of recipes long before we run out of produce. Last week we had a couple of eggplants that had been lingering in the refrigerator for several days. Several readers had requested a gluten free recipe for eggplant parmigiana, and I really wanted […]

Roasted Summer Veggies over Brown Rice

Gluten Free Roasted Vegetables over Brown Rice Recipe

Roasted Vegetables over Brown Rice is a great supper recipe for at least four reasons. One, it’s an easy recipe so it’s great for a night when you don’t want to cook. Two, you can roast the vegetables in a toaster oven and not heat up the kitchen. Three, this recipe will use up some […]

How to Cook Brown Rice: The Experiment

Brown Rice - Steve Pavlina's recipe

When I was a kid, our church had a potluck lunch every Fifth Sunday (i.e., if a month had five Sundays, we at lunch together on the fifth one). Every family would bring a couple of dishes, and since there were a lot of good cooks in our church, we always had quite a spread. […]

GF[CS] Expansion: Reader Submitted Recipes

The Gluten Free [Cooking School] Website is about to under-go an expansion. We will be adding a separate page for reader submitted recipes, so that all gluten free cooks can share there recipes with the world. If you’d like to go ahead and submit a recipe, just type it into the comments section of the […]

Egg Series No. 1: How to Beat Egg Yolks & Crème Brûlée Recipe

Gluten Free Crème Brûlée

If you’ve been missing desserts since you went gluten free, then you’ve come to the right place. This is the last in a three-part series on eggs, and we’ve been learning how to crack and separate an egg, beat egg whites, and beat egg yolks. All three of these skill are used in gluten free […]

Forgotten Cookies Recipe

Plate of Gluten Free Forgotten Cookies

Here is a recipe for one of my favorite cookies. As a kid, it was so hard to wait for the cookies to cook overnight, but it was so worth it the next morning when we’d have cookies for breakfast =) If you’ve never beaten egg whites before, check out this lesson before you get […]

Egg Series No. 1: How to Beat Egg Whites

I remember the first time I tried to beat egg whites by myself. I beat and beat and beat (with a whisk), and nothing happened. Luckily, Mom came into the kitchen right before I broke into tears and started questioning me about what I had done thus far. “Did you dry the bowl before you […]

Gluten Free Wraps and Puff Pancakes

We’re running a bit behind on the Forgotten Cookie recipe that I had meant to post for tonight. Hopefully it will be up tomorrow night, but in the meantime I wanted to tell you about a few great recipes that we’ve tried this past week. First, Gluten Free Gobsmacked has a wonderfully good recipe for […]

Egg Series No. 1: How to Crack and Separate an Egg

Cracking an Egg

How to Crack an Egg Cracking an egg for the first time can be intimidating, even if you’ve seen it done before. 1. Firmly tap the middle of the egg against the side of the bowl or the edge of your counter. Basically any sharp object that will crack the shell, rather than crushing it, […]

Savory Sage Corn Cakes Recipe

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What do you get when you need to figure out how to use the sage in your garden, you want to try a new recipe, supper needs to be on the table pronto, and you’ve been thinking about writing a post for Weekend Herb Blogging? Well, I have no idea what you would get, but […]

Summer Veggie Quesadillas

After feeding and bathing a fussy toddler last night, I needed a quick and easy supper. Quesadillas made with corn tortillas are a old stand-by in our household, and since they have the advantage of not requiring an oven, that’s what we had. I had a refrigerator full of vegetables from my visit to our […]

Nana’s Texas Spaghetti

Gluten Free Version of Nana's Texas Spaghetti

Nana’s Texas Spaghetti is an original creation of John’s maternal grandmother, Janie Cook Smith (Nana to the grandkids). When John and I first started dating, I would suggest that we have spaghetti for supper, and he would refuse. For the longest I thought that he just didn’t like spaghetti. Then we visited his parents. Turns […]

Gluten Free Fried Brown Rice Recipe

Gluten Free Fried Brown Rice

Fried Brown Rice is one of our favorite meals right now, and luckily for me it’s super easy and fast. “How,” you ask, “is any recipe with brown rice quick?” Well, if you want your fried rice to turn out as something other than a gluey mess, you’ll use chilled rice. Since it only takes […]