Archive for April, 2012
I often find that after making pizza, I have leftover meats and cheese. I usually make this delicious gluten-free casserole to use up the leftovers. It’s really flexible; you can use whatever meat you have on hand, and you can add vegetables to the ingredients if you want!
Here’s a scary reminder that we need to read every ingredient, all the time! In her latest post, blogger Elaine Taylor-Klaus talks about how her family was served a gluten-containing meal on Delta airlines that was marked gluten-free. This is the third time that this has happened! Even worse, Delta Airlines places the blame on […]
One of the toughest things to find a good gluten-free replacement for is pizza. Over the past few years, I have found a few good substitutes, though, and I thought I’d share my findings.
Obviously, you have two options: make pizza at home or go out. Personally, I like making pizza at home because you have more control and the risk of cross-contamination is far less. Here are the at-home options I’ve tried and how it went.
The Middle Spoon has been on my wish list since it appeared on Barrington Street last summer. After all, they are a desserterie, and how cool is that word? A recent outing for a review left me still hungry, so we figured we’d stop in and check it out. Our first impression at the ultra-chic décor and the bartender in the three-piece suit was “Wow!”
Exciting news: two more gourmet burger joints are opening in the Halifax area!
The one we are most excited about is Relish Gourmet Burgers. They will be opening a Halifax location on Quinpool Road (in the old Blockbuster location) sometime in the near future. Even better, they will have gluten-free buns, lots of burger options, and their French fries will be gluten-free.
Recently, The Chronicle Herald featured three Easter dessert recipes (a cake, a torte, and a frosting) that are all gluten-free. I have reproduced them here to make your gluten-free Easter cooking a delight!