Gluten Free


Falafel and Gluten Free Flat Bread

My husband and I love ethnic food, but we live in the middle of nowhere, so we have been working on learning how to make some of our favorites at home. I found this recipe on the internet, I can’t remember where since I just copied it down on scrap […]


Hearty Gluten Free Pumpkin Waffles

I know I’ve said this many times, but the key to eating gluten free and sticking to it is finding gluten-free recipes you love to replace the gluten-full recipes you’ve left behind. The ultimate test of my gluten free cooking is whether my husband makes regular requests for recipes I’ve […]


Hypo-allergenic Pancakes 1

As often happens, I find myself in the middle of the weekend and completely out of eggs. We wanted to make pancakes, but without eggs I needed a new recipe. I found this recipe for gluten-dairy-egg free pancakes. I had almost all of the ingredients so I thought I would try […]


A Brazilian GF Cheese Buns

This recipe was brought to my attention by a friend who is NOT Gluten Free, so that can only vouch for how extremely tasty it is. This is a recipe from King Arthur Flour for Brazilian Cheese Buns. There is a lot of butter, cheese and garlic in these buns, […]


Gluten Free Date Night on Cape Cod

It’s finally summer, commitments are less abundant and spontaneous fun is on the rise. Time to tackle gluten-free date night! At first it seems like once you’ve given up gluten there is no way you can go out and have fun eating and drinking like a normal person. Once you […]


Slow Pumpkin Butter

Last fall I managed to grow one enormous pumpkin. Just one. The other one rotted away from the inside due to a beetle infestation. I followed an easy recipe for making crock pot pumpkin butter. Step one: remove seeds and bake pumpkin. The pumpkin is supposed to go with the […]


Spice Cake Test Yummies

Next week is Steve’s birthday, so I’ve been practicing up on my spice cake. No one minds being a spice cake guinea pig. I pulled a few gluten-free recipes from the web. As usual I didn’t have all the ingredients, but I had most of them, so it was time […]


Beating That Wheat Addiction

So after the latest bout of gluten-induced bodily trauma, my fiance is swearing off wheat…AGAIN. Why IS wheat so hard to give up? Modern wheat is an opiate. That’s right, it is actually addictive. The protein Gliadin is the culprit, and it is a great stimulator of appetite. The most […]


Gluten Free Happy Hour on Cape Cod 1

I discovered I was gluten intolerant February of 2010, which was, as luck would have it, just shortly after I had discovered my love for beer tastings.  So when, at the end of a long day of working towards sustainability, I want a brew it has to be GF (or […]