I grew up in a military family which meant my childhood was spent in various cities and towns around the world, never more than three years in any one given place at a time. There were new schools, new friends, and new cultures. The main constant in my life was change.
Regardless of where we lived, come summertime, there was another constant in my life – ice cream! Whether we lived in Okinawa, The Philippines or Fayetteville, North Carolina, we had homemade ice cream in the summer.
My father had a
Whenever someone asks me where to start when embarking on a gluten free diet, one of things I am always telling them is that they need to start looking at the world of food in terms of what they CAN eat, not what they can’t. Despite appearances to the contrary, the foods we CAN eat far outweighs what we can’t. I also tell them when first starting out it is a good idea to concentrate on foods that are naturally gluten free.
This naturally gluten free recipe is proof positive that
People often ask me “what is your favorite recipe?” I am always stumped. I know that I should have an answer ready but with over 250 gluten free recipes published in two books and hundreds more on this site; I really am hard pressed to pick a fav.
I suppose it depends on what kind of day I have had, what I am in the mood for and how hard I want to work for dinner.
I have always been a fan of Italian food; I swear that
An easy yet sophisticated flat bread that is gluten free, dairy free, grain free and sugar free – topped with honey roasted rosemary figs, arugula and ricotta
Preparing this gluten-free naked ravioli (or ricotta gnocchi) and sauce took me somewhere under 45 minutes (not counting the time to drain the ricotta) and was good enough to serve visiting diplomats or Hugh Jackman, or more importantly, my family.
I have a big announcement! Drum roll please…
Gluten Free & More is going on television!
That’s right. I am going to be doing a cooking