Tag archive for "gluten-free"

Main Course, Sandwiches, Vegetarian

Roasted Garlic Chickpea Burgers

No Comments 30 April 2014

Recipes tend to get measured around here in varying ways, depending on what’s being made. This time, going the vegetarian route, it was a high compliment paid when the hubby went back for seconds with these burgers. Folks, he’s as carnivorous as they come and he raved about them. To friends, too! High praise, indeed. […]

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Main Course, Poultry, Sides

Kimchi Fried Rice

No Comments 28 March 2014

Ever get a great idea for a recipe and, like, you’re all excited and then you discover that it’s already a thing? Yep – that. But heck, that’s OK, because the urge to marry kimchi and fried rice together was a great excuse to visit one of our local Asian markets. I love the one […]

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Appetizers, Snacks

Roasted Cauliflower & Aged White Cheddar Dip

2 Comments 26 February 2014

Cauliflower was something you couldn’t pay me, as a child, an unlimited supply of toys to eat. No amount of candy, all the pretty ponies or frilly girl frills could make love that stuff that looks like, basically, a brain. Thankfully my taste buds evolved, though I admit it took a while. It turns out […]

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Salads

Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing

1 Comment 21 February 2014

I have a kind of…thing for spinach salads. When growing up, the more traditional combination of spinach, bacon pieces, fresh, raw mushroom slices, boiled eggs and a homemade sweetened vinegar-based dressing was present on our table a lot. Miracle of miracles, it didn’t take me too long to deign to eat it when I was […]

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Sides

Baked Parmesan Polenta Fries

2 Comments 12 February 2014

I’ve never had polenta before. Or so I’d always thought. As it turns out, they’re just grits, people! Yes, I’m the last person to discover this. BUT…surely we’re not the last people to turn what is, essentially, grits, into oven-baked “fries”. Sis Blogging Partner came across this recipe and it sounded like a good way […]

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Drinks

Orange-Scented Hot Chocolate

No Comments 24 January 2014

I don’t know if you all have noticed – but it’s really cold out there lately. No – seriously! People, even us warm-weather-in-December Southerners are having a Very Cold Winter. For us. I’ll hand it to our Northern and Midwestern neighbors, you all are some sho nuff tough folks. Are we still under that Polar […]

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Main Course, Seafood & Fish

Mustard-Maple Roasted Salmon

No Comments 17 January 2014

While cruising around for ideas, I stumbled on this recipe as part of Food Network’s annual January tradition of peppering their site with mostly healthy options. I loooooove me some salmon and in 2012 we tried a different recipe roasting it in the oven (or maybe it was more with the oven’s broiler, anywho) and […]

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Main Course, Pork

Skillet Pork Chops with Apples & Onions

No Comments 08 January 2014

Sometimes a nice, thick pork chop can be as tasty and satisfying as a good steak. Am I right? Oh yes. It’s funny though how even I didn’t realize how big the chops I bought were until we placed them in the skillet to cook. Or tried to. Only four chops, but they wouldn’t all […]

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