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Monthly Archives: September 2008

Polenta On The Grill

Posted on September 29, 2008

>Creamy polenta, polenta rounds, polenta with seasonings, polenta with vegetables, polenta stuffing, soft, fried, sautéed and yes, even grilled; there are so many ways to prepare and enjoy naturally gluten-free polenta. Polenta in its varied forms is a great alternative to pasta or rice as a side dish. This is a food that can easily  Continue Reading »


Chicken Salad Revisited

Posted on September 22, 2008

>Chicken Salad, once an old restaurant standby, has come of age. Flavored from spices and ingredients from around the world, today’s Chicken Salad has been transformed into a nutritious meal fit for an elegant lunch or entrée. There are many ways to prepare the chicken meat to be used in a salad. Steeping, produces a  Continue Reading »


ABC’s of Gluten Free Back to School Planning

Posted on September 15, 2008

Recently I’ve been to several gluten-free conventions and have had the pleasure to either instruct cooking classes or lecture on how to eat well on a gluten-free diet. Inevitably, simply due to the large number of children diagnosed with Celiac disease, the question arises about what to send with our Celiac kids to school. Through  Continue Reading »


DIY Flavored Butters

Posted on September 2, 2008

>Flavored butters are as versatile in ingredients as they are in their uses. Flavored butters are a great finish to grilled or broiled steak, fish, on gf bread, vegetables, chicken and too many things to mention them all! Flavored butters are a wonderful way to add a splash of flavor to grilled or broiled meats  Continue Reading »


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