29
January
2008

This recipe is from Cookie Madness. I wanted something easy to make, quick to come together, but tasty, to bring to a potluck. I literally was taking them out of the oven and putting them on the plate as we were going out the door. The recipe is easily doubled. [...]


24
January
2008

This recipe was inspired by Mary Frances’ Gluten Free Cooking School. The ingredients seemed similar to other recipes I have tried and not been satisfied with, but the proportions were slightly different. It was worth a go.
This is good sandwich bread. Whichever recipe Mary Frances played around with for so long, it [...]


10
January
2008

This recipe is from Orangette. Molly says it was inspired by Columbia City Bakery, Seattle WA and adapted from Kathleen Stewart of the Downtown Bakery and Creamery, Healdsburg CA. The second recipe is from Gluten-Free Zing. They say it is adapted from a recipe by Bev Lieven of Milwaukee Coeliac-Sprue Crew. [...]


4
January
2008

This recipe is from Culinary Concoctions by Peabody. Peabody says she adapted it from several sources: Chocolate Desserts by Pierre Herme by Dorie Greenspan, Baking at Home With the Culinary Institute of America, and The French Pastry Chef. It has been on my list for quite some time and I am [...]


2
January
2008

This is another recipe from Cookie Madness. Anna made hers with blackberries, but I used frozen peaches and dried cranberries. I used butter in my pie crust, but if you replaced the butter in the crust and filling, then you could make this casein free and vegan. Pies, especially the crust, tend [...]


28
December
2007

I found this recipe at Free to Eat. Lynn, who is such an admirable example of joy brimming over everywhere making the best of everything, says she found the recipe at Amanda’s Own and adapted it. I must say, though I am not casein, corn, soya, yeast, sulfite, egg, nut, seed, citrus, [...]