Monthly Archives: April 2011

the secret [recipe: GF vanilla pound cake]

I’ve been experimenting with gluten-free baking for seven years, but it’s only in the past month that it’s become a regular habit.  And it’s only in the past month that I’ve started a thorough investigation of the gluten-free products that … Continue reading

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silver lining #2 [recipe: GF cinnamon rolls]

I’d predicted that going gluten-free would force me to do more cooking.  I was right, and it’s mostly been fun.  If we can’t go out for brunch, I can make something just as good and cheaper (and in my pajamas).  … Continue reading

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what we didn’t do at the fair

Dudes can’t have the gluten here, or in corn dogs, burger buns, fried ice cream, or those supposedly awesome scones.                                         … Continue reading

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springtime flours

A random thought this evening: We were out of the Namaste all-purpose flour blend, so I went to the co-op to pick up some more.  I bought more Namaste because it’s been working pretty well.  And then, because I want to … Continue reading

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when life gives you lemons, make GF orange muffins [recipe]

After snuffling all day on Saturday, hacking all evening, and shuffling around Urgent Care all night working on a “respiratory infection, probably not pneumonia” diagnosis, the celiac kid and his Daddy got home around 7:30 am.  Daddy went back to … Continue reading

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wheatless in seattle

After a gastroenterology appointment earlier this week, I took the little man to Wheatless in Seattle, where he was pleased to hear that everything in the store was “good for [his] tummy.”  He chose a bacon-maple mini-doughnut.  I had one … Continue reading

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the brunch dilemma [recipe: GF oatmeal pancakes]

One of our favorite family traditions is to have weekend breakfasts with friends—either at someone’s house, or out at a restaurant.  For my dad and other adult celiac folks, breakfast is relatively easy because as long as they’re cooked in … Continue reading

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