Broiled Parmesan Fish – Adopt a GF Blogger

I love all the recipe ideas I get from What’s for Dinner Wednesday. One I’ve used a lot recently is Heather’s broiled Parmesan fish. I decided to adopt Heather at Celiac Family as part of Book of Yum’s Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger event. Heather uses tilapia for this recipe, and that’s what I’ve used also. […]

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Surfing Saturday – 5/30/09

It’s been a while since I’ve done a surfing Saturday post. I actually had a little time this week to do some stumbling on the Internet. I thought you might enjoy a few sites I found. Baking Powder & Soda Information – I knew some, but not all of the information here. Baking Ingredients Information […]

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Quinoa – A Healthy Gluten-Free Food

I first learned about quinoa soon after starting on a gluten-free diet. I was glad a pronunciation was given many places where I saw the word, because I was saying it wrong. If you don’t know, it is pronounced keen-wah with emphasis on the first syllable. Nutritionally, quinoa is a great addition to any diet.  […]

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What’s for Dinner Wednesday – May Review

I’ve made a new button for What’s for Dinner Wednesday. What do you think? I made one size (instead of a large and small) that would fit in a sidebar if desired. The code for this new button is on the guidelines page. I found the picture in the Microsoft clip art gallery, and I […]

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Warm Chicken and Potato Salad

warm chicken and potato salad

The other night I had some leftover chicken to use and came up with this quick meal. Save Print Warm Chicken and Potato Salad Author: Linda Etherton   Ingredients gold potatoes leeks coconut or other oil leftover cooked chicken, cubed For the Dressing 1 Tablespoon rice vinegar 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon salt ⅓ cup […]

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Better Brownies

Best Brownies

  For my son’s graduation party I decided to have finger food desserts such as cookies and brownies. The problem was that my favorite brownies, while soft and moist, tend to fall apart rather easily. I really didn’t want lots of brownie crumbs all over the floor, so I changed the recipe slightly and was […]

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