Over head view Beef Shawarma wrap on a white oval plate

Gluten-Free Beef Shawarma Wrap Kit Recipe

This Gluten Free Beef Shawarma Wrap Kit is simple and perfect for a lovely night in. With Valentines Day just around the corner, so why not stay in and try this delicious Beef Shawarma with a loved one. If there are any leftovers, it saves well too, so why not

Closeup of Korean BBQ Sandwich on a bagel with microgreens on a dark wood cutting board with bright red and dark gray cloth napkins in the background

Gluten-Free Korean BBQ Bagels

I love a good sandwich. And by good, I mean it needs to be something different and not just turkey and cheese. Cold cuts aren’t my thing, so I like to use rotisserie chicken or cook my own meats like thin-sliced steak. I also love to use different types of breads – baguettes, bagels, or rolls. Case in point: these

Closeup of Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon on a wooden cutting board

Bacon Wrapped Filets

These Bacon Wrapped Filets are a delicious and naturally gluten-free main dish, great for a special Sunday night dinner or hosting friends.

Tenderloin Sliders on a black serving plate with football themed decorations in the background

Tenderloin Sliders

These Tenderloin Sliders use beef tenderloin instead of hamburger meat. Tenderloin is a leaner cut of meat and can feed a crowd.

Spiced Cauliflower Steaks on a white plate sprinkled with fresh herbs

Spiced Cauliflower Steaks with Curried Chickpeas & Tahini

These Spiced Cauliflower Steaks with Curried Chickpeas & Tahini are a delicious and simple main dish you can serve to vegetarian guests.

Overhead view of Ponzu Stir Fry with flank steak strips in a teal bowl with brown wooden chopsticks

Gluten-Free Ponzu Stir Fry Bowls

Flank steak is an excellent cut of meat to use for marinades. It’s often used for fajitas, London broils, and stir fry recipes. In my opinion, flank steak works best in a stir fry if you marinate it first, like I did in these Ponzu Stir Fry Bowls. This is because the cooking process is so quick in a stir fry, so the marinating process beforehand lets the meat get more