Create a Pesto Challenge

August is almost here, and as promised I’m bringing back the monthly challenge.  I thought I would go with a pretty easy one this month, and definitely one that doesn’t use the oven.  Pesto is naturally gluten-free so you don’t have to worry about any substitutions. Traditional pesto includes basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil, […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 7/27/10

Gluten-Free Wednesdays is a carnival of gluten-free eating ideas.  That usually means that people link up recipes, but a recipe is not required for participation.  Any post related to the gluten-free diet is welcome.  Last week we had several information links, and I thought I would highlight them here: Tips to Avoid Gluten-Free Baking Mishaps […]

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London Broil on the Grill

London Broil

Last week Safeway had a good sale on top round London broil ($1.99 per pound).  It was packaged in large quantities and the pack I picked up was about six pounds.  I decided to cook both steaks and freeze the extra rather than freezing one of them raw. You can probably tell from the picture […]

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Knife Sharpener: Tools of the Trade

In my Tools of the Trade posts I often highlight kitchen tools that I find very useful, but not essential.  A knife sharpener, however, is essential for me.  A lot of cutting goes on in the kitchen, and that task is so much easier and in some ways safer with a sharp knife.  I have […]

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Layered Chocolate Cake Dessert

Chocolate Cake Dessert Collage

This recipe came from my sister-in-law and it has been a favorite of ours.  Here are a few reasons it’s one of my favorites: It tastes great It’s moist It’s pretty easy to make It feeds a lot of people It can be made ahead of time It doesn’t matter if your cake turns out […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 7/21/10

Right now, if I were to make a meal from entries submitted last week, and I had all the ingredients needed,  I think it would be this: Poached King Salmon from Jason @ JLHealthTulsa served with Cooked Daylilies from Aubree Cherie @ Living Free and Italian Roasted Red Peppers from Easy to be Gluten Free.  […]

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