Month: February 2012

Some Of This & A Little Of That – Snack Bites

I’m going to call these “healthy” because they have lots of things that are relatively good for you and only one thing that you could probably live without if you had to. Brown sugar. Not a ton, just enough to add a little sweetness,…

Sweet Potato Pitas

This recipe is adapted from Sadonna Heathman’s blog, basilandtime.com. Sadly, she is no longer blogging! I was very disappointed to see that her blog no longer existed the other day when I popped in to see what new and exciting gluten-free goodies she had…

The View From Here

Just when I was beginning to get excited to work in the yard, this showed up yesterday… “Light snow flurries” with less than an inch of accumulation were predicted. These are pictures from about the first 1/2 hour of the “snow flurries”. When it…

Italian Flatbread

Well, lucky me to have such a successful bread recipe right out of the gate! As those of us who cook gluten-free know, even when you follow an allergen free recipe exactly, it’s not guaranteed to turn out. This flatbread recipe is adapted from…

It’s All About The Bread

People who have to go gluten free and/or dairy free are always pleased when they find a great recipe that they can prepare that is satisfying, delicious, and doesn’t make them sick for a week after eating it. Yep, three days to an entire…

The Gray Weather Blues

We’ve had a lot of gray weather this winter. We live in Washington, which everyone (who is not from here) automatically equates with rain – and maybe the Space Needle and Frasier, I don’t know. But not everyone in Washington lives in Seattle, of…

Tomato Salad with Sheep’s Milk Cheese and Fresh Basil

I found the cutest little organic tomatoes the other day at Trader Joe’s. I was also excited to run across white¬†balsamic vinegar. I didn’t even know such a thing existed! It opens up a whole new wave of ideas where a dark balsamic can’t…