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gluten-free chocolate raspberry layer cake and cupcakes

I love gluten-free baking, especially since discovering King Arthur’s gluten-free multi-purpose flour. I have a lot to learn about cakes, but finding just the right blend of gluten-free flours is no longer a requirement. For my non-gluten-free friends and family,

gluten-free chocolate raspberry layer cake and cupcakes

I love gluten-free baking, especially since discovering King Arthur’s gluten-free multi-purpose flour. I have a lot to learn about cakes, but finding just the right blend of gluten-free flours is no longer a requirement. For my non-gluten-free friends and family,

basil lemonade

I wrote this entry last summer but never posted it. Since it’s been a very long time since I last posted, I thought I would give this one another shot. Hope you enjoy! You may be thinking that basil is

basil lemonade

I wrote this entry last summer but never posted it. Since it’s been a very long time since I last posted, I thought I would give this one another shot. Hope you enjoy! You may be thinking that basil is

chorizo & cilantro quiche

I am a creature of habit. This month, in an effort to get more protein in the mornings, and have a quick-and-easy, no-prep option for breakfast, I’ve been making quiche. The eggs, milk, and cheese are all great protein sources,

chorizo & cilantro quiche

I am a creature of habit. This month, in an effort to get more protein in the mornings, and have a quick-and-easy, no-prep option for breakfast, I’ve been making quiche. The eggs, milk, and cheese are all great protein sources,

glorious gluten-free layer cake

Last year, some friends were throwing a birthday party for a gluten-free friend, so I offered to make the cake. Knowing full well that gluten-free baking can be pretty hit-or-miss, I decided on a two-pronged strategy: 1) consult epicurious.com, The

glorious gluten-free layer cake

Last year, some friends were throwing a birthday party for a gluten-free friend, so I offered to make the cake. Knowing full well that gluten-free baking can be pretty hit-or-miss, I decided on a two-pronged strategy: 1) consult epicurious.com, The

crustless (gluten-free) butternut squash quiche

I love quiche. I’ve been using the phrase, “growing up” often on this blog lately, but I need to use it again: growing up, quiche was one of my mom’s standbys. From what I remember, she usually made it for

crustless (gluten-free) butternut squash quiche

I love quiche. I’ve been using the phrase, “growing up” often on this blog lately, but I need to use it again: growing up, quiche was one of my mom’s standbys. From what I remember, she usually made it for

gluten-free pizza crust, updated

One of the best things about getting together with family is picking up new recipes or ways of making old ones. I wrote this at home, in December, on pizza night: my brother Dan has a great recipe, and a

gluten-free pizza crust, updated

One of the best things about getting together with family is picking up new recipes or ways of making old ones. I wrote this at home, in December, on pizza night: my brother Dan has a great recipe, and a

gluten-free christmas cookies

It’s Christmas cookie time! For the last eight years – since I got that lovely celiac disease diagnosis – making “traditional” Christmas sweets hasn’t been the easiest endeavor. Finding a flour mix that doesn’t result in too-crumbly or too-nutty or

gluten-free christmas cookies

It’s Christmas cookie time! For the last eight years – since I got that lovely celiac disease diagnosis – making “traditional” Christmas sweets hasn’t been the easiest endeavor. Finding a flour mix that doesn’t result in too-crumbly or too-nutty or