Category Archives: baking

gluten-free flour mix

gluten-free flour mix* 3 parts sorghum flour 3 parts potato starch 2 parts tapioca flour 1 part corn flour** *Borrowed from http://glutenfree.wordpress.com/carol-fensters-new-flour-blend/ **Corn flour is similar in consistency to masa harina, but doesn’t have the added lime. It’s slightly finer than cornmeal,

gluten-free flour mix

gluten-free flour mix* 3 parts sorghum flour 3 parts potato starch 2 parts tapioca flour 1 part corn flour** *Borrowed from http://glutenfree.wordpress.com/carol-fensters-new-flour-blend/ **Corn flour is similar in consistency to masa harina, but doesn’t have the added lime. It’s slightly finer than cornmeal,

brilliant (oatmeal) banana bread, gluten-free

Gluten-free cooking is relatively straightforward – there are thousands of excellent recipes that are naturally gluten-free, and good substitutes for things like pasta and bread and couscous. See my other recipes or the blogs listed under favorite blogs for examples. Gluten-free

brilliant (oatmeal) banana bread, gluten-free

Gluten-free cooking is relatively straightforward – there are thousands of excellent recipes that are naturally gluten-free, and good substitutes for things like pasta and bread and couscous. See my other recipes or the blogs listed under favorite blogs for examples. Gluten-free

December food

I’m flying from Boston to Detroit, experiencing the phenomenon that is (free) in-flight wi-fi (crazy!) and thought I’d take the time to catch up on some food blogging. Pictures will, unfortunately, have to wait, because hooking up my camera to

December food

I’m flying from Boston to Detroit, experiencing the phenomenon that is (free) in-flight wi-fi (crazy!) and thought I’d take the time to catch up on some food blogging. Pictures will, unfortunately, have to wait, because hooking up my camera to

gluten-free buttermilk scones

I’m still on my dairy kick – it’s fun playing around with a whole “new” food group! Today was my last day of vacation, so I celebrated appropriately by baking scones. These are pretty tasty – a bit dry, so

gluten-free buttermilk scones

I’m still on my dairy kick – it’s fun playing around with a whole “new” food group! Today was my last day of vacation, so I celebrated appropriately by baking scones. These are pretty tasty – a bit dry, so