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Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread

Whether you are getting ready to make a corned beef and cabbage dinner for St. Patrick’s Day or just like the taste of this caraway seed-raisin filled quick bread, this gluten free Irish soda bread is sure to please. The recipe can easily be adapted for dairy-free diners as well. Enjoy!   Gluten-Free Irish Soda […]

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gluten-free smores brownies

Gluten-free dairy-free s’mores brownie recipe

I am very appreciative that, as a blogger, I occasionally am bestowed products for tasting and testing. It happened that one day, as I was getting ready for a dinner party, I wanted to make something that would be 1. easy, 2. something everyone would like, and 3. did not involve shopping for ingredients.   […]

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Dishes from Gluten-Free Wish List

Gluten-Free Wish List cookbook review

When you have to eat gluten-free, it’s not unusual to think “I wish I could have _____ (fill in the blank).” Mine would be pizza, fresh pasta, bagels and croissants. These would be on my gluten-free wish list. It’s befitting that this is the title of Jeanne Sauvage‘s latest book.  And this is my Gluten-Free […]

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Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Lemon Loaf recipe

Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Lemon Loaf When a friend posted a picture and recipe of a copycat Starbucks lemon loaf recipe on Facebook, I thought, I bet I could make this gluten-free. I have a faint memory of the taste from about 6 years ago when I used to eat gluten. And I remember liking it. Three […]

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chard quinoa salad

Chard and Quinoa Salad

This chard and quinoa salad is a great, healthful recipe perfect for picnics and potlucks. Even my children are big fans. It can also be found on page 143 of my cookbook,  The Warm Kitchen. Ingredients: 1 cup quinoa, rinsed 3 tablespoons pine nuts or sunflower seeds (or both) 2 teaspoons olive oil 1/2 onion, […]

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gluten free egg replacers

Egg Substitutions for The Warm Kitchen cookbook

Often when meeting people who buy my book, I learn that besides gluten and dairy, many people also cannot have eggs. There is a chapter in The Warm Kitchen on Common Substitutions in the front of the book but this may not be sufficient. The following is a list, by recipe, with my recommendations for the […]

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Shortening being weighed

How Much Does Shortening Weigh?

Did you know that a half cup of shortening does not weigh the same as a half cup of butter? I didn’t!  Since going dairy-free, I tend to rely on shortening more and more for baking. Measuring it in a measuring cup can be messy as the cup gets very greasy and I worry that […]

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#followyourheart

Follow Your Heart dairy-free product review

Following a dairy-free diet, I have generally accepted skipping cheese. (note: when I say dairy-free, I really mean casein-free so goat’s or sheep’s cheeses are not options). My kids are not huge fans of cheese substitutes so often we have pizza with only sauce and toppings, “nachos” with salsa and meat, and quesadillas with only […]

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