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Bring the Steakhouse Home

Try my recipe for  gluten free Asiago Cheese Bread on Udi’s Buns!  Delicious.  

Sweet Spicey Chipotle Barbecue Sauce

This is a great sauce for any kind of grilling out.  Using my Sweet Tangy Barbecue sauce as a base, you do not have to worry about the ingredients in your sauce.   It is gluten free, dairy free, and soy free. PrintSweet Spicey Chipotle Barbecue Sauce for Chipotle Puree: Open a can of chipotles in […]

PrintRed Wine Dijon Viniagrette Ingredients3 Tablespoons red-wine vinegar 2 Teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 Teaspoon minced garlic 1/2 cup olive oil Salt and freshly ground black pepperInstructionsCombine the vinegar with the mustard and garlic in a small bowl and whisk in the olive oil. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Or shake is all up […]

Valentine’s Day Desserts from Udi’s Gluten Free

With Valentine’s Day approaching, I am always reminded that there is a 71% chance that it will fall during the week…  Why is this a problem.. Time!  It can be hard to find the time to prepare a Valentines Day dessert. Whether you want to share gluten free indulgences with your Love, your children, or […]

January 25th, 2012Keep It Simple, LifestyleMelinda 2 Comments

I can not say enough, how important organization and planning are to the gluten free household.  When I say give something away, I really mean it. The Pantry Clean it out The first step of maintaning a gluten free household is to eliminate raw gluten products.  If you plan to still have glutenous products in […]

Gluten Free Kitchen – The Freezer
October 13th, 2011Around the House, Keep It SimpleMelinda 0 Comments

Freezing food and meals is both time-saving and economical. There’s nothing better than coming home from work and having yummy gluten free dinner just waiting to be heated up. Here are some tips to help your frozen food taste fresh along the way. FREEZER TEMPERATURE: The optimal temperature of your home freezer is 0 degrees […]

Quick Easy Roasted Chicken
October 3rd, 2011Keep It Simple, Poultry, RecipesMelinda 0 Comments

When I roast chicken, I always roast two or three.   It takes the same amount of time, I still have only one pan to clean  and I will let the second and/or third chicken cool, then after dinner remove it from the bone and freeze it in quart bags of mixed white and dark meat. […]

Sweet Tangy Gluten Free Barbecue Sauce

Good sauces of any flavor are a hard find for me. In addition to being gluten free I look for a very simple ingredient list with no mystery ingredients, like “Natural Flavors”, or anything hydrolyzed or autolyzed , as well as no additives, colors or preservatives.  When and if you find them, they will usually […]

Gluten Free Penny Pincher
July 15th, 2011Basics, Keep It Simple, RecipesMelinda 2 Comments

Making gluten free dinner last night, I realized that over the years I have implemented several gluten free penny pinchers.  We all know that Gluten Free products can be costly, so making the best use of those products is essential.  We pay a nice price for a good slice of gluten free bread.  I want […]

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