This recipe comes from The Baking Beauties website and could be found here.
Seriously, one of the best gluten free cookies I've tried. Go ahead, make a batch. You won't be disappointed.
Sunday, 11 January 2015
Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Nothing says the holidays better than a big pot of Jambalaya
lard from spare ribs
red bell peppers
homemade sausage and reserved cooking liquid
freshly cracked pepper
shrimp, peeled and deveined
Happy New Year and Good Eats!
Sunday, 9 November 2014
I can't get enough of this soup! I loved the taste of the Chicken Lemon sausage that I picked up at Marcello's Meats. At $12.50 for three sausages, it is a little rich for my budget (but it was oh so delicious!). I decided to take inspiration from Marcello's chicken lemon sausages and this is what I did. I made mini-chicken lemon meatballs. Our local grocery store sells ground chicken so I started there.
Gluten-free bread crumbs
Grated lemon zest
Gluten-free Montreal Chicken spice blend
Gluten-free garlic spice blend
Chicken Lemon mini-meatballs
Freshly cracked black pepper
White kidney beans
Parmesan cheese rinds
Saturday, 8 November 2014
There is nothing like starting the weekend with a good breakfast. French toast drizzled with maple syrup and cup of coffee.
Day old gluten-free baguette
(I used gluten-free hot dog buns from Lorenzo's)
Slice the day old baguette about 1/2" thick. Dip in egg and milk mixture and fry in a frying pan with butter. Easy Peasy!
When the bread is a light golden colour turn over and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
This is a lovely maple syrup that I recently found at Costco.
And coffee. Now why do people say they don't have time for breakfast?
Sunday, 26 October 2014
Substitute sliced Polenta for the traditional English muffin,
don't skip on the Canadian bacon,
top with perfectly poached eggs (3 minutes)
and finish with salsa sauce!
A perfect Sunday morning breakfast.
Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Oh, what to do with left over roast duck? I usually make a fried rice dish when I have left over protein but I will have to say using duck is the best version of fried rice I think I have made.
Sesame seed oil
Red bell pepper, diced
White onions, diced
Fresh ginger, diced
Roast duck, cut in bite-sized pieces
Gluten-free soya sauce
Monday, 20 October 2014
Last night's dinner was a retro throw-back with Duck a l'Orange and homemade gravy. I found the recipe over at Epicurious.com and goodness it is a keeper.
The star of the evening was the duck. I found this bird over at the newly discovered Marcello's, a quaint little butcher shop in the neighbourhood.
I did stray a wee bit from the recipe and doubled the spice rub and I added ground ginger to the mix.
For the gravy I followed the recipe with no tweaks and it turned out perfectly delicious. Cooking the sugar until it reached that golden caramel created a deep and rich gravy.
Oh and braised cabbage! Instead of grated apples, I used 1/2 a jar of homemade apple sauce which I do believe I prefer much more.
I spent half the day in the kitchen cooking and cleaning up but my goodness it was worth it. I made this meal for the folks and they seemed please too. And that is what made it worth all the work.