Monthly Archives: January 2014

Big Batch Shortbread Cookies (Yield: 8 dozen Cookies)

Since shortbread cookies are our  personal favorite, we’ve tried many recipes over the years and this recipe is our favorite.  It achieved that honor for a number of reasons beginning with 1) it is truly NO-FAIL  2) it is so easy 3)  taste … Continue reading

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Alternative Flours : A Series – #3- Rice Flours

Alternative Flours : A Series – #3 – Rice Flours Rice flour (also referred to as rice powder) is a flour made from finely milled rice. It is not to be confused with rice starch, which is usually produced by soaking  rice … Continue reading

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Roll-Out Cookies (Gluten Free)

There’s nothing sadder than having to skip the fun of making,  cutting out and decorating cookies with kids because they can’t eat them when they’re done.  Now, thanks to oodles of research and experimentation by some greatly ambitious and creative people, everyone … Continue reading

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Almond Tea Cakes – Gluten Free

Tried and true. Gluten Free Tea cakes for you! As an accompaniment for that special cup of tea you deserve as a reward for being so good or on a lazy Susan with cucumber sandwiches at a formal tea, this … Continue reading

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Alternative Flours : A Series #2 – Oat Flour

This series is a summary of information available on the use of flours made with ingredients other than wheat. We are fortunate to live in a time when we have not only an abundance of food varieties from which to draw but … Continue reading

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Wedding Cookies (Gluten Free)

  Where exactly these cookies originated or got their name is up for an occasional debate, but who really cares as long as we get to partake of these tender, crumbly cookies, full of ground almonds and coated with powdered … Continue reading

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Alternative Flours : A Series – #1- Almond Flour

This series is a summary of information available on the use of flours made with ingredients other than wheat. We are fortunate to live in a time when we have not only an abundance of food varieties from which to draw but … Continue reading

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Spices: What’s in there ? Teriyaki

Teriyaki This is No. 7 in our series of discovery about Combination Spices. In this edition we’ll take a look at the specific ingredients and flavor profiles in the  combination that, when put together, make up the flavoring ingredient commercially marketed … Continue reading

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Spices: What’s in There ? Creole Seasoning

This is No. 6 in our series of discovery about Combination Spices In this edition: Creole Seasoning. Like Cajun, Creole Seasoning is not only used as a seasoning for soups and stews, it is also known to noteworthy chefs in the Mississippi Delta … Continue reading

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Spices: What’s In There? Cajun Seasoning

This is No. 5 in our series of discovery about Combination Spices In this edition: Cajun Seasoning. Not only used as a seasoning for soups and stews, Cajun seasoning is known to noteworthy chefs in the Mississippi Delta  and Louisiana as a great rub … Continue reading

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