GLUTEN FREE Recipes
Buckwheat beet soup with spicy horseradish
POSTED ON October 31, 2015
Posted in Gluten free, Soup
Since my book came out I’ve had the opportunity to connect with so many talented authors, cooks and bloggers — some I’ve followed for a long time and others are new discoveries. And, making these connections has been one of the most rewarding aspects of becoming an author. Recently I received [...] continue reading ->
Pumpkin Oat Waffles (gluten free and vegan)
POSTED ON October 9, 2015
Posted in Breakfast, Gluten free
When it comes to breakfast I prefer to eat something that nods towards a sweet flavor but isn’t actually sweetened. Ingredients like squash, warming spices, almonds and oats all have a subtle, naturally sweet flavor and are perfectly comforting for breakfast. I leave the dates, raisins and added sweeteners for times when I’m really [...] continue reading ->
Watermelon radish soup
POSTED ON October 2, 2015
Posted in appetizer, cleanse, Gluten free, Soup
Get ready because this soup is outstanding! It not only looks stunningly beautiful, but it’s also deeply nourishing and surprisingly simple to make!
The recipe is from Heidi Swanson’s latest book Near and Far: Recipes Inspired by Home and Travel, which is a truly stunning and thoughtful book. The recipes, photos and overall tone [...] continue reading ->
Sorrel humus for everyone down under plus other dips I love!
POSTED ON September 9, 2015
Posted in appetizer, Gluten free, Side Dishes, Snacks
Finally, I’m posting a recipe that suits the change of season in the Southern hemisphere! I hope everyone there is enjoying the very first signs of spring. If you’re heading into fall you could tuck this away until next year or scroll down for more dips I love.
When I first read the title [...] continue reading ->
Spring carrot pea shoot salad and a James Beard Award !
POSTED ON May 17, 2015
Posted in cleanse, Gluten free, Salads, Side Dishes
It was with a full, but heavy heart that I spent this past Mother’s day. My Mother had just left to return to Australia after a 2 ½ week surprise visit. Having spent 23 years living overseas, I’ve had quite a few of these goodbyes and none of them has ever been easy. When [...] continue reading ->