Written by Jennifer Oliver
A seafood boil is summer entertaining at its best! The luxury of gorgeous, fresh seafood combined with casual dining makes for a sophisticated yet relaxed party all at the same time. If you don’t have a nearby beach handy, you can still create this fabulous feast right in your own kitchen or backyard. You need […]
Growing up I very rarely ate prepared frozen foods. We sat down to dinner for a freshly cooked, lovingly prepared meal every night. The exception was on nights when my parents went out and we were treated to T.V. dinners, chicken pot pies and fish sticks. Oh how I loved those nights! I particularly loved the fish sticks.
These days I don’t particularly want to eat frozen prepared food but I still like fish sticks. It’s just that nowadays I like my fish sticks with a little more pizazz than the frozen ones we had on my parent’s date night.
With 5 ingredients (and I do mean 5!) and about 30 minutes you can whip up these toasty, coconut crusted gluten free fish sticks that I am sure your family will love. And by the way, those 5 ingredients even include a simple but amazing sauce.
Steam up some carrot sticks or broccoli
A simple, elegant, zen-like, gluten free recipe with only two ingredients that makes a great appetizer or main dish.
A simple elegant gluten free recipe for grilled swordfish with orange and fennel salad. Easy enough for everyday and fancy enough for a dinner party. (Plus the new grill master in my family!)
Clams are something I tend to forget about. It’s not like I don’t know they exist or that I don’t love them, they just aren’t the first thing that pops into my mind when I think about making dinner. But after this week’s Sunday dinner I’ve decided that needs to change.
After all clams are economical, low in calories and