A little bit sweet, a little bit spicy, and a lot of savory goodness is what you get with our Sweet & Spicy Chicken Thighs with Asian Vegetables. This recipe is easy to make in either the slow cooker or the Instant Pot. I tested many versions of this recipe in order to get it […]
Tag Archives | gluten-free cooking
Make sure you have some gluten-free snacks ready for your Super Bowl get-together—these are easy and tasty, too!
This veggie-packed bowl of goodness tastes “restaurant good” and couldn’t be easier to make!
Just in case you haven’t noticed, the East coast is experiencing a bit of a cold snap (just a bit–ha!), so soup, stews, chili and chowders are certainly the order of the day. This Classic White Bean and Ham Soup was begging to be made this week… We served a ham on Christmas Day and […]
A holiday-spiced cheesecake that everyone can enjoy (nobody will know it’s low in carbs and gluten-free)!
Having the right staples on hand always makes dinnertime easier. Here are a few ideas…
Sweetened only with pure maple syrup, this slow-cooked egg custard makes a simple ending to a spring meal.
Corned Beef and Cabbage has been a cherished family dinner as long as I can remember. My Irish grandmother made it for St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and through the years the tradition continued as a birthday dinner for my brother. My husband would happily eat corned beef twice a week if I cooked it. I […]
Blizzards, winter storms, gale warnings…February has given us a wallop of winter weather and with that a whole lot of soup. Unlike a summer minestrone that is made with a variety of garden vegetables including juicy, red tomatoes, our winter minestrone uses canned tomatoes and adds potatoes instead of pasta—not only to keep it gluten-free, […]
Here in Maine we are digging out of a giant snowstorm/blizzard (and yes, expecting some more snow in the next day or so…sigh). All the effort of clearing the snow off our cars and driveways, porches, decks and walkways deserves a reward. A warm bowl of Slow Cooker Kielbasa and Cabbage is appropriate necessary. It’s […]