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Yearly Archives: 2009

>GF BBQ Sauces & Rubs

Posted on August 25, 2009

>What separates a good barbecue from a fabulous barbecue? Delicious sauces and rubs! The flavor of any meat, fish or vegetables can be greatly enhanced by marinating, using a rub and or basting with a sauce towards the end of the cooking process. The terrific news is that all homemade marinades, rubs and sauces are  Continue Reading »


>Delicious Summer Pies

Posted on August 12, 2009

>Enjoying a slice of pie is the perfect ending to a delightful summer meal. Many people with Celiac think this is a forbidden pastime…well, think again. Making delicious gluten-free pies your whole family will enjoy is just within your reach. The obvious challenge is the crust. Our solution to this problem is turn to the  Continue Reading »


>Gourmet Pizzas

Posted on June 23, 2009

>Over the years, Glutenfreeda has spent many hours in the kitchen trying to perfect gluten-free pizza. Part of the difficulty with pizza is that everyone has their own idea of what perfect pizza is. Some like thin, crisp crusts and some like thick crusts. But the one thing that all pizza lovers have in common  Continue Reading »


>Perfect Picnics

Posted on May 26, 2009

>Outdoor dining can be a challenge on a gluten-free diet because many of the foods associated with picnics are typically gluten oriented. Gluten-free foods generally do not keep as long and can suffer quality if made too far in advance of your outing. The trick to great gluten-free picnics is to choose the right foods  Continue Reading »


>Perfecting GF Coffee Cakes

Posted on May 19, 2009

>The secret to a great, moist gluten-free coffee cake is in following a few simple tips that you can apply to any ‘gluten’ coffee cake with terrific results. A great coffee cake recipe is wonderful to have in your repertoire. Coffee cakes are easy to make and perfect to serve for breakfast, as a snack  Continue Reading »


>Springtime Dinners

Posted on May 11, 2009

>Light & Satisfying Meals for your Busy Spring Nights This time of year always seems to be a blur. Most families are busy with the kid’s extra-curricular activities, their own commitments, work, school, yard work and so much more. This spring keep your energy up by enjoying light & satisfying meals. Here are some simple,  Continue Reading »


>Polenta Revisited

Posted on April 29, 2009

>Over the years, we have shared many recipes using polenta as a main ingredient. Polenta continues to be one of our favorite foods and is a wonderful, nutritious addition to a Celiac’s diet. Polenta is coarse ground corn meal but other than the size of the ground grain, it is the exact same thing as  Continue Reading »


>Baking in Foil

Posted on April 22, 2009

>Baking in foil is a method of cooking that locks in natural flavors and keeps food moist. Foil packets are also great ways to combine an entrée with vegetables and sauce all in one neat packet. Foil packets can be substituted with parchment packets if you prefer. When using parchment be sure to butter it  Continue Reading »


>Everything Eggs!

Posted on April 17, 2009

>We are fortunate enough to live on enough acreage that enables us to keep chickens. Our chickens live free range and are only fed organic feed. This combination produces the most wonderful eggs; deep orange yolks buried inside an odd variety of egg sizes and colors ranging from beige to blue. With an endless supply  Continue Reading »


>Happy Easter!

Posted on April 9, 2009

>As with most holidays, creating a delicious feast can be a struggle for those on a gluten-free diet. To ease the burden, we have prepared two fabulous Easter feasts for this spring holiday. This Easter, after the bunny has finished his or her work…prepare to sit down and enjoy a wonderful gluten-free feast! EASTER BRUNCH:Coffee  Continue Reading »


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