Just out of the oven!
This recipe for granola is easy, flexible, and fun. Get the kids involved too, even little ones can join in. Are you getting sticker shock at the grocery store these days? Wow, me too! I was in a discount grocery yesterday and picked up a package of Granola. I looked at the ingredients… Hmmmm, pretty […]
December 6, 2009 By Judy - New Grain Recipes
The original recipe for these tasty, crispy potato cakes came from a wonderful little community cookbook put out in 1996 by the folks who live along the Salmon River, Northern California. The communities of Forks of Salmon, Cecilville and Sawyers Bar are a bit off the beaten track, far from malls and fancy restaurants. but […]
When I was a kid, I didn’t care what you called them, and no amount of brown sugar or marshmallows was going to make me eat them. Now I love them (hold the marshmallow) but I still can’t find anyone who is not a little bit confused about what is what in the tuber section […]
When I bring these double chocolate cookies over to my friends’ houses, they are received with hugs, cries of expectation, and little bows of gratitude. Truly. They are soft, rich, unbelievably delicious, and the gluten free version is, if anything, slightly better than the original wheat containing one. GF Mudslide Cookies Preheat oven to 350º […]
Sometimes gluten free baking is just easier when you use a pre-packaged GF flour mix. Why re-invent the wheel? I like Bob’s Gluten free hearty whole grain bread mix, and having a bunch of it in my cupboard led me to make these muffins. I was shooting for something like the brown bread with raisins […]
Sometimes the very best food is also the very simplest. –>Enter the socca, an amazing, versatile little snack/bread/crepe/tortilla/pizza crust. The socca is a regional street food in Southeastern France, and also in a corresponding area over the border in Italy, where it is called “farinata”. It is primarily made from Garbanzo bean flour (also called […]