Gluten Free

How To Pickle Vegetables

Find out how to pickle vegetables the easy way! These homemade pickled vegetables are perfect for snacking, charcuterie boards, or as a side at your next bbq. They are easy to make, tasty, and are good for you. This week we are talking pickles. But not just your average shelf pickle, these are homemade pickled vegetables, perfect for snacking, charcuterie boards, and as a side at your next bbq. What’s so great about these pickled vegetables? They are easy to make, tasty AND they are good for you. Make a batch today and enjoy them over the …

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How-To In The Kitchen | Freeze or Dry Fresh Herbs

This spring my husband made all my herb garden dreams come true and helped me build a “salad table”, which is basically an herb and lettuce raised bed garden that is table height. I (Lauren) absolutely love it. There’s no weeds and it’s so easy to harvest. But with an herb garden comes an excess of fresh herbs (quite a wonderful problem to have). Even if you don’t have an herb garden, have you ever bought fresh herbs for a recipe and then end up having them go bad before you use it all? That’s why I want to teach you how to dry or …

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How-To In The Kitchen || Gluten Free Sandwich Bread Recipe

This easy to make gluten-free sandwich bread recipe requires no machine and it is no knead. This is the best gluten free yeast bread recipe I have made, and it’s a great every day GF option. It can easily be made dairy-free. When you’re out to eat and they bring the breadsticks, the basket of freshly baked bread, or rolls to the table to munch on while you wait, it can feel like torture to someone who needs to avoid gluten. It’s also not fun to be the person at the party who politely declines the host’s food because they …

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Grilling 101: Everything You Need to Know to Feel Confident Behind the Grill this summer

I really love to cook.  I enjoy the rhythm of chopping, dicing, and sautéing; waiting while faint scents become tantalizing aromas that engulf a space, and the pleasure of knowing that friends and family have been nourished by food.  It’s like therapy.  (Is cooking therapy a thing? It should be!)  I can poach and chiffonade like a pro and have single handedly cooked an entire Thanksgiving dinner, but for whatever reason, have always been intimidated by a grill.  Is it the open flames? The propane tank? I have no idea, but it was on my …

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