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My first try at making Pupusas

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We found this wonderful little Mexican/El Salvadoran restaurant near us and I discovered Pupusas for the first time. I love these things! They are a little pocket of goodness. It is an El Salvadoran stuffed flat bread. It is served with Curtido, an El Salvadoran type of slaw, with Salsa Roja on top. This salsa isn't the spicy kind of salsa we ...

gluten-free greenie 2227 days ago

winners of the giveaways this week

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(Holiday candy provided by Indie Candy, which makes allergen-free, delicious candies. I still haven't eaten the chocolate Santa, and Lu's getting the snowflake lollipop for a special treat, in a few weeks. But their gummy candies are some of the best I have ever eaten. If you know someone with food allergies, this is a lovely present.) Ho ho ho! ...

Gluten-Free Girl 2228 days ago

S.O.L.E. Food

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I saw a challenge on (Not so) Urban Hennery's site. The challenge is called Dark Days Challenge. The Challenge is to create one meal a week from Dec. 1, 2010 - April 15th 2011 that focus on SOLE (Sustainable, Organic, Local, Ethical) ingredients. This is a huge challenge during the winter months, but I'm going to try. I didn't find out about th...

gluten-free greenie 2228 days ago

gluten-free coconut sugar cookies

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These cookies may not look like much, but they are really quite wonderful. They are also gone. Danny and Lu nibbled them during an afternoon snack, after my photo session, as they lay on our bed together reading an I-Spy book. Weak winter sunlight spilled into the room and on their toes. I had so much else to do, but I stopped to watch them and e...

Gluten-Free Girl 2230 days ago

gluten-free pine nut cookie

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When Danny and I tried to decide all the cookies we would bake for the cookie-baking extravaganza here, we pulled down all our baking books and cookbooks with baked goods. We ran our fingers down the index of each one, looking for baked goods that appealed to us both. Quickly, we realized we had a problem. There were too many cookies to make. Gin...

Gluten-Free Girl 2231 days ago

gluten-free snickerdoodles

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Okay, I'm going to call an audible here. (Is that a football term? I sort of have this vague feeling that it is, but I don't want to google it and spend any time looking at football terms. I have to admit, I'm totally indifferent to football. I was going to type that I loath it, but that's giving it too much of my time. Baseball? I could play tha...

Gluten-Free Girl 2232 days ago

gluten-free pistachio-cranberry cookies

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As you have probably guessed, I have been baking cookies and more cookies for weeks. Nuts and flours spill on the counter. Lu is frequently reaching for a piece of dried fruit or a chocolate chip. We are making memories, she sitting on the kitchen counter, wanting to crack eggs with me, still amazed when the Kitchen Aid mixer turns on and makes tha...

Gluten-Free Girl 2233 days ago

An unexpected gift

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we had intended to bring you a recipe for cranberry-pistachio cookies today. However, we are sitting in a hotel room in Longview, Washington as I type this. We had two wonderful days in Portland, teaching cooking classes at Bob's Red Mill. (They sold out so fast, as soon as they were announced, that we didn't have a chance to tell you about them h...

Gluten-Free Girl 2233 days ago

New Kitchen Gadget

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I've recently found my kitchen filled with new fun gadgets. This slow cooker is fantastic. Now I've had slow cookers before, and I have never been satisfied. It over cooks, it under cooks, the timer isn't built in. This guy, is great. I didn't realize that what I was doing wrong is just using the wrong model. The best thing I like about this ...

Cooking with Katya 2233 days ago

gluten-free gingerbread men

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Hey sweetie, do you want to read books?? Lu bounces across the room, almost skipping. Her eyes grow wide and she shouts, Yes! Yes! Yes!? We go over to the mound of books that are always spilling from the blue and red tubs in the corner of the room. The bookshelf in her room is bulging with books (and only neat and tidy, without books on the flo...

Gluten-Free Girl 2234 days ago

Sausage Stir Fry

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This was one of the easiest meals I've made in a long time, and most of you know, I don't usually make very complicated meals.It was one of those days where we were about 2 days over due for a trip to the grocery store; I looked through the refrigerator and found I had a bunch of baby bok choy, I then searched the freezer and found some Aidells' Ca...

gluten-free greenie 2236 days ago

gluten-free jam tart cookies

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I still miss Gourmet. I know that it has been gone for more than a year, and I'm supposed to have moved on by now. And frankly, it's not as if I had time to read every article those last couple of years, or even most of them. With a newborn, who became a toddler, my reading time has diminished to the point of thin sadness. Creating recipes on our...

Gluten-Free Girl 2237 days ago

gluten-free holiday baking, 2010

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Let's bake, shall we? It's December 2nd. Most of you have probably gathered your recipe cards around you to take notes and make substitutions, pulled out the butter to soften on the kitchen counter, and started planning on sending boxes full of crisp cookies and soft squares of gingerbread to friends and family across the world. I am not sendin...

Gluten-Free Girl 2238 days ago

Gluten Free Fenzy is having a HUGE Giveaway. Every Day in December!

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25 Days of Christmas Giveaways, Gluten Free of Course! Event...FREE, EASY way to snag some gluten free swag!!! :) When: Dec. 1-31 2010Where: www.glutenfreefrenzy.comWhat: During this AMAZING event we will be doing gluten free (and much more!) giveaways EVERY day!!! We know that gluten free living isn't always cheap and especially at this time ...

gluten-free greenie 2240 days ago

The Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Turned Out Pretty Good.

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Since we were going to have a guest join us for Thanksgiving dinner, we decided to get 2 turkey thighs to add to the boneless turkey breast we already ordered. I have a 3.5 qt oval slow cooker and I borrowed another oval slow cooker, so we divided the turkey and had half the breast and one thigh in each of the two cookers. Stuart checked the temp...

gluten-free greenie 2240 days ago

10 Best Cookbooks of 2010 (plus 2 more)

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They say that print is dying. Great magazines have left us (I still miss Gourmet) for lack of subscriptions and monetary interest. Newspaper presses are stopping in one city after another. Yesterday, some good friends of us said that they are reading most of their books on their telephones. Print is dying, right? Not in this house, it's not. We...

Gluten-Free Girl 2241 days ago

winners of the giveaway, and a preview of December

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Well, with our trip to Colorado, a two-day power outage covering the entire island, and Thanksgiving, it took me longer to choose these winners, using Random.org, than I had hoped. But here they are! Winners of our cookbook Ricki of Diet Dessert and Dogs with her Coconut Walnut Shortbread Cookies Megan, who wrote: "This is my first gluten-fre...

Gluten-Free Girl 2243 days ago

gratitude for food on our plates

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Yesterday afternoon, Danny and I huddled on the couch, trying to keep Lu under a blanket. Do you have any idea how much this kid loves to run and jump, dance and spin? Keeping her under that red fleece blanket, particularly her hands, was tough. But she had to be under the blanket. It was cold in our house. 22 degrees cold. The power went out at ...

Gluten-Free Girl 2246 days ago

curried sweet potato gratin (with a vegan option)

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Lately, Lu and I have been eating sweet potatoes nearly every evening. Thick slices, tossed with olive oil, salt, and pepper, a bit of fresh thyme, roasted in the oven until they yield to the fork but still have a bite -- this has been part of our dinner at least four times a week. Throw in the sweet potato puree I have made, the soup with sweet po...

Gluten-Free Girl 2247 days ago

gluten-free, vegan pie crust

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Thank you to everyone who contributed such delicious recipes for our gluten-free Thanksgiving challenge. My goodness, people! Not only did the original bloggers who posted about their own gluten-free baking challenge blow me away, but the hundreds and hundreds of links to great gluten-free food in the comments could keep anyone baking for months on...

Gluten-Free Girl 2248 days ago

Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Dinner, More Details

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You will have seen some of this in my last post, but a couple of things are changing about the menu, and I thought I'd share everything with you in one place. Not only are we having Turkey Breast, but we are also having a couple of thighs. I haven't been able to find any fresh Brussels Sprouts, but I still really wanted some, so we have put in an...

gluten-free greenie 2249 days ago

GF Thanksgiving Dinner in the Slow Cooker

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Yes, I plan to make my entire Thanksgiving Dinner in Slow Cookers. You see I will be having a spinal cord patch the day before Thanksgiving, so this way I can have everything cut up and ready on Tuesday, with detailed instructions for my husband, and we will be able to have a Thanksgiving dinner fit for company.And that's good since we will be hav...

gluten-free greenie 2254 days ago

gluten-free Thanksgiving 2010

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I probably don't need to tell you just how soon Thanksgiving is, right? Every time this year I see people coming to this site through urgent questions. "how do I make gluten-free stuffing? Is there such a thing as gluten-free pumpkin pie. gluten-free thanksgiving. help!" Well of course, we're here to help. Over the past few years, Danny and I...

Gluten-Free Girl 2256 days ago

Colorado book tour

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gluten-free potluck in San Francisco, early October In less than 48 hours, we will be on an airplane to Denver. Lu has been walking around the house saying "Airplane! Airplane!" Danny has been grinning wide and tearing up at times. You see, Colorado is Danny's home. Here is too, of course, and we're going to be living in this place for the res...

Gluten-Free Girl 2258 days ago

I'm Back! With Quinoa Pilaf

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I've decided that I am just posting way too many recipes on my new blog not to share them with all of you who would like to keep getting my recipes, but don't necessarily want to read all about my journey to get healthy.Quinoa Pilaf - photo by W. HolcombeToday I decided to experiment with Quinoa. (keen- wa)I’ve made quinoa before, but just plain an...

gluten-free greenie 2261 days ago

365 Days to a Healthier Me

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I've decided to start a new blog.365 Days to a Healthier Me is a day to day journal about taking control of my life and working to get healthier!This is not a journal about being Gluten Free, however, I'm sure I will be talking about that too.First I will be doing an elimination diet to try and find out what in my diet may be causing my GI problems...

gluten-free greenie 2281 days ago

maybe goodbye

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Thank you to all of my readers for your support and loyalty over since I started this blog.I'm experiencing some health problems now that is keeping me from my responsibilities with this blog.I think I will be walking away from this for a while. I don't know when or if I will start blogging again. I wish you all the best of luck, and if I can hel...

gluten-free greenie 2282 days ago

Gluten Free / Dairy Free Banana Bread

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This bread is a variation on the Flax, Almond and Quinoa Bread I posted about on July 17th.GF/DF Banana Bread (with Flax, Almond, and Quinoa Flour)Ingredients:1 Cup Milled Flax Seed2/3 Cup Blanched Almond Meal2/3 Cup Quinoa Flour4 teaspoons Baking Powder1/4 teaspoon salt2 teaspoons Baking Soda1/4 cup sugar (you could also use honey)1/4 cup Earth B...

gluten-free greenie 2284 days ago

Cedar Plank Tilapia and Zucchini

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Tilapia cooked on Cedar Planks, with Zucchini also cooked on Cedar Planks, and RiceWe picked up some cedar planks on sale at Earth Fare, I've always wanted to try cooking on cedar planks so I just couldn't pass this by. Cooking on Cedar Planks are pretty easy.1. Soak Planks under water for at least one hour. (I soaked mine much longer. I was plan...

gluten-free greenie 2286 days ago

CSN Stores, Products Review...

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www.csnstores.comThe kind people at CSN Stores.com contacted me and asked if I would review a product of theirs. They gave me a $45 gift certificate and let me pick out what ever I wanted.It was a very hard decision, it took me days to narrow down what I wanted the most. Finally, I narrowed it down and asked my husband to pick one. It was betwee...

gluten-free greenie 2290 days ago

Face Naturals Giveaway Winner!

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I'm happy to announce that Yolanda B. is the winner of the Face Naturals Soothe Mask for Sensitive Skin Mask!Yolanda has 48 hours to claim her prize.If it is not claimed within 48 hours it will be awarded to another entry. All winners are chosen by Random.org, random number generator.I still love my Face Naturals products! You can find all of the...

gluten-free greenie 2290 days ago

End of Summer Rustic Tomato Sauce

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Lets face it, summer is winding down. Even if I didn't want to admit it, just looking at my garden gave me a not so subtle clue that Fall is approaching. My tomatoes, which came in abundance earlier this year, now look as though they are ready to give up. All that is left, are several over-ripe ones. Our generous neighbor stopped by and gave...

Good Without Gluten 2348 days ago

10 ways to use digital channels to grow your business

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1. Create a blogYou can use easy tools like blogger or wordpress to create your blog. You should update your blog at least 3 times a week. Make sure that you have content that is not stale. To allow your blog to be searchable, make sure that you register your url with the main search engines (google, bing, yahoo). 2. Create a twitterIn today’s age,...

Cooking with Katya 2543 days ago

Sunday Sauce

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This morning I carried on a ritual that has been passed down in my family for (at least) three generations. Before I ate breakfast, or even made coffee I smashed some garlic and opened several cans of tomato paste. This is the SanGeorge Sunday tomato sauce ritual. According to my dad, his father made a big pot of sauce every Sunday and he learned ...

Good Without Gluten 2544 days ago

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

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Sweet potato is a great alternative if you are trying to avoid high starchy food like potatoes.Time to cook: 35minIngredients:• Sweet potato 4potatoes• Olive oil (2tbls)• Chicken broth 1cup• 1 twig of thyme• 3 cloves of garlic• Salt &peperDirections• Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees• Clean and cut the potatoes in cubes• Add potatoes, chicken broth,...

Cooking with Katya 2549 days ago

New Slow Cooker

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My new slow cooker is coming next week!!http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-PSC-400-Programmable-Brushed-Sta inless/dp/B000VA7JL2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1264299224&s r=8-3I am so excited.

Cooking with Katya 2551 days ago

Me like Bacon

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So I will be honest, I love bacon, but for a variety of reasons I don't eat bacon. :( So, I was really excited when a friend recommended BaconSalthttp://www.jdfoods.net/products/baconsalt.phpI used the original flavor and added it in my scramble eggs this morning. Very yummy, who knew I would have a tasted of bacon in my breakfast once again. :)I p...

Cooking with Katya 2620 days ago

Tomate Roasted Eggplant

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One of my favorite eggplant dishes, is the Tomato Roasted Eggplant. It's a really easy dish to make and is perfect for as a "make-ahead" dish.Time to prepare: 1.5 hours (including prep time)Ingredients:2 eggplants2 cans of diced tomato2 tbls ketchup1 onion1 green pepper3 cloves of garlic1 tbls olive oilS&PDirections:Pre-heat over at 350 degree...

Cooking with Katya 2631 days ago

Rosemary Vinegar Dressing

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One of the best ways to make a healthy salad is to create a homemade dressing. Dressing are crucial, as they will bring a lot of flavour to your salad. The rosemary vinegar dressing brings in the flavour of rosemary to your meal.Ingredients:rosemary1/2 cup oil of olive oil3 tbls balsamic vinegarsalt and pepperDirections:Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees...

Cooking with Katya 2652 days ago

Tomato Basil Soup

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I am not a big soup person, but Tomato Basil Soup is something that always hits the spot on a cold, chilly night. It's very easy to make and is a fulfilling dish.Time to prepare: 25 minutesIngredients:3 strands of basil2 tomatoes(chopped) or 1 can of chopped tomatoes1 onion (chopped)1 glove of garlic3 cups of chicken brothS&P1tbls of olive oil...

Cooking with Katya 2666 days ago

Tabasco Chicken Wings

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Chicken wings are one of my most favorite comfort foods. Since this blog is all about quick cooking, thus comes this quick recipe for Tabasco Chicken Wings.Time to prepare: 30 minutesIngredients:4 pounds of chicken wings3 tbls of olive oil5 cloves garlic, choppedsalt & pepper1/2 cup mayo1/2 cup sour cream1/2 cup crumbled cheese (blue cheese pre...

Cooking with Katya 2683 days ago

Lemon zest - Eggplant dip

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It's September, and after a small break I am back to cooking and eating healthy. Eggplans are one of my favorite veggies to cook. There are just so many dishes you can make; side dish, main dish, salad. Don't be surprised to see more eggplant recipes on this site in the near future. With that said, here's the Lemon zest - Eggplan dip. It's a p...

Cooking with Katya 2684 days ago

Gluten Free Almond Blueberry Pancakes

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One of the new healthy trends is to stay gluten free. It has been shown that many people are actually allergic to grains, without realizing it. When we eat grains, we will bloated, heavier, slower. With this in mind, I've decided to explore recipes for foods we love, that don't include grains. This is how the Gluten Free Almond Blueberry Pancake wa...

Cooking with Katya 2729 days ago

Summer Salmon Steaks

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In the summer time especially when it's hot, I try to minimize the amount of time I spend in the kitchen. I also prefer for the food to have a bit of that fresh and zesty flavor to it. Somehow eating heavy food does not seem appealing. This weekend, was one of those days. As I was trying to figure out what to make for dinner, the "Summer salmon ...

Cooking with Katya 2731 days ago

The Zesty Pickle Salsa

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You may ask, why would one combine pickles with salsa, well pickles add the sweetness to this spicy recipe that give this salsa recipe a bit a kickTime to prepare: 20minIngridients:1/2 cup olive oil2 serrano chiles, with seeds sliced1 cup of thingly sliced white onion1 tsp of garam masala2 medium tomato, chopped2 tbls of lime juiceS&P1/2 cup of...

Cooking with Katya 2738 days ago

Tangy Thai Cucumber Relish

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For the last 5 years we've lived in condos and apartments, so when we moved into a house this past year I was excited to finally have a yard where we can have a garden again. We went to the farmers market early in the season to buy herbs and vegetables to plant. One of the vegetables I was excited to grow was zucchini, I grew it a few years back an...

Good Without Gluten 2738 days ago

Micro blogging?

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I haven't been posting to this blog as often as I would like lately. As a matter of fact I've taken pictures of some delicious food I've made but never gotten around to writing down the recipe!I have to blame some of my absence here on micro blogging. What is micro blogging you ask? In short its Twitter.com (and similar tools). One reason that I th...

Good Without Gluten 2756 days ago

Stuffed mushrooms with goat cheese

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Time to prepare: 30 minIngredients:16 oz mushrooms4oz goat cheese2-3 cloves of garlic rosemarysalt & pepperolive oilDirectionpre-heat oven at 400 degreestoss mushroom tops with rosemary and 1tbl of olive oil, add salt & pepper (I use very little s&p)place mushrooms opening end up on a baking sheetbake for 15-20min. you want the mushroom...

Cooking with Katya 2767 days ago

Heirloom salad

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This salad is one of my summer favorites. As soon as I see some heirloom tomatoes at the store, you're bound to find this salad at my house.Time to prepare: 10 minIngredients:3 heirloom tomatoes1 clove of elephant garlic1 mozzarella ballbasilDirections: Chop up the tomatoes in half circlesSlice the mozzarella ball thinglyMince the 1 clove of garlic...

Cooking with Katya 2770 days ago

The Perfect Caesar

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Caesar salad is one of my all time favorites. Please note, since I am all about healthy cooking, I try to avoid using croutons when I cook.Time to prepare: 10 minIngredients:romaine lettucegreen onion (1 bunch)chicken breast (or deli meat)Dressing:1 lemon1/2 tsp mayo2 tsp dijon mustard1tbls olive oilsalt/pepper1tsp white wine vinegrateanchovies2 c...

Cooking with Katya 2785 days ago
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