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Yearly Archives: 2009

>Great Sauces for Fish

Posted on March 24, 2009

>Have you ever seen a picture of a great looking meal in a magazine or eaten something wonderful in a fine restaurant and thought, “I wish I could make this at home”? Many of our recipes are conceived in exactly this way. One of our favorite recipes in this month’s collection, ‘Pancetta Layered Halibut with  Continue Reading »


>Shortcuts in the Kitchen

Posted on March 17, 2009

>Do you find yourself wishing you could find the time to cook delicious, gourmet, gluten-free meals but simply don’t have the time? There are many basic items that can help reduce your prep time and still deliver fantastic results. Often this is more difficult to do on a gluten-free diet since many processed foods contain  Continue Reading »


>The Many Faces of Rice

Posted on March 10, 2009

>One of the joys of living on a gluten-free diet is rice. Rice has always been a staple in our family. My father’s Hawaiian heritage provided our family with a certain way of eating that included rice at every meal. As I grew up, I too, served plain white rice at almost every meal. Rice  Continue Reading »


>Sensational Salad Dressings and Vinaigrettes

Posted on March 4, 2009

>Great salad dressings are so easy to make and so much better than the manufactured variety, not to mention sooooo much fresher and guaranteed gluten-free. If you don’t make your own already, we encourage you to try some of the following recipes and see for yourself. For those who have not made dressings from scratch,  Continue Reading »


>Easter Pancakes

Posted on February 16, 2009

>by Jacqueline Mallorca, Author of : The Wheat-Free Cook, Gluten-Free Recipes for Everyone (Wm. Morrow) If you’ve ever wondered why it’s traditional to eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday (or Fat Tuesday, as it known in New Orleans), here’s why. Long ago, the Catholic church decreed that the faithful should abstain from eating meat, butter, milk  Continue Reading »


>Tips for Quick Pastas

Posted on February 5, 2009

>Pasta is always a great quick dinner. Here are some tips to make it even quicker. Since gluten-free pasta is not readily available, make sure that you buy several shapes and kinds of gf pasta when you find it. Always try to keep your pantry stocked with spaghetti, fettucine, penne & spiral pasta. Before you  Continue Reading »


Fresh Winter Salads

Posted on January 26, 2009

>Tired of the same old winter vegetables? If it seems like all there is to eat in the produce department in winter is broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts, take a fresh look at winter vegetables and a new look at how to prepare them. Give those winter vegetables a complete makeover by paring them with  Continue Reading »


Warm Up With Gluten free Chowder!

Posted on January 20, 2009

>Chowder, a perfect meal for a cool winter’s day. Chowders are most commonly a combination of seafood, potatoes and onions and milk or cream. They traditionally are made with what is on hand. There are probably as many different definitions of what a chowder is as there are chowder recipes. Seafood chowders, corn chowders and  Continue Reading »


Spectacular Winter Dinners!

Posted on January 6, 2009

>Every once in a while we come across some incredible meals that deserve a little extra mention. This month we have two outstanding meals that will impress even the world’s biggest food critic. Given that these meals are extraordinary, they do take a little time to prepare, so if you are feeling “gourmet” this month,  Continue Reading »


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