Archive for the 'Gluten Free' Category

Cool as a Cucumber Salad

on Jul 2nd 2014

Looking for a quick, light, savory salad?  Try my Cool as a Cucumber Salad made with Lester Farm’s pickling cucumbers, a light dressing, and some garden fresh cherry tomatoes. This is a perfect cool down side for 4th of July picnic! 3 cups sliced fresh cucumbers (can use pickling cucumbers, English cucumbers, or regular cucumbers) […]

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Peanut Butter Cookies (regular and gluten free recipe)

on Apr 10th 2014

1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup dark brown sugar 1/2 cup peanut butter, smooth or crunchy 1/2 stick soft butter 1/4 cup shortening 1 egg 1 1/4 cup plain flour (Use Bob’s baking mix for gluten free version) 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla Cream the sugars with […]

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Gluten Free Meatball Soup, or Just Make the Meatballs!

on Mar 20th 2014

I just love one pot dishes that serve as a complete meal.  Meatball soup fits the bill here at our house for a complete meal all in one pot.  Our family LOVES these meatballs not only because they are gluten free, but also because they ae super tasty.  Make this soup.  Or just make the […]

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Wilson’s Mac and Cheese from my friend Connie

on Feb 24th 2014

This is probably the best Mac and Cheese recipe I’ve ever tasted.  Thank you Connie for making Wilson’s Mac and Cheese recipe when you cooked dinner for our family.  This recipe is a long standing Southern staple and originated with Ed Wilson of Wilson’s Holy Smoke BBQ and was featured on TV’GUY’S BIT BITE, It’s […]

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Beef Stew

on Jan 6th 2014

With the single digit temps here in the south, there is no better time to whip up some home made beef stew and cornbread.  I put all the ingredients in my Dutch oven and cooked it a couple of hours at 350 in my oven while I was away one morning recently.  This could also […]

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Turkey (or Chicken) Harvest Soup

on Nov 30th 2013

Now that Thanksgiving is over many cooks will be eager to whip up an easy, healthy recipe using some of the leftover turkey or chicken. This recipe can also be made with a deli-cooked bird for a quick dinner at the close of a busy work day. This soup gets rave reviews from the kids, […]

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All Natural Holiday Cranberry Nut Salad (sugar-free)

on Nov 27th 2013

My favorite cranberry salad is one my Mother-In-Law has been making for years.  Since we are eliminating a lot of chemicals, dyes, and sugar from our diets, I am pleased to rework my favorite recipe and offer a clean, sugar free version that is as tasty and tangy as MIL’s original. 3 cups fresh cranberries […]

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Thai Salad

on Oct 14th 2013

Many times, less really is more, and that is the case with this Thai Salad.  When our family visits the local Thai restaurant I always order this favorite.  The ingredients are simple.  Iceburg lettuce, cucumber slices, fresh cilantro, green onions, and nuts.  The dressing is light and sweetly savory. 1 Head Iceburg Lettuce – chopped […]

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THE BEST Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Deluxe Cookie Ever

on Sep 26th 2013

I promise if you are considering going Gluten Free, make these cookies first.  Once you taste them you will realize life will be just fine, you can have your cookies and enjoy eating them too! 1 cups white rice flour 1 1/2 cups brown rice flour 1 cup tapicoa flour 1 cup Bob’s Gluten Free […]

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Campfire Veggies

on Jun 21st 2013

To kick off the first day of summer, here’s a recipe perfect for camping, grilling, picnics, or 4th of July – Campfire Veggies.  Last weekend my hubby and I were able to retreat to the Smokey Mountain National Park for some overdue alone time together.  We primitive tent camped at Cades Cove Campground.  I prepared […]

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