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Rice Surprise – Recipe in Allrecipes.com – A Simply Delightful Dessert – Whipped Cream with Crushed Pineapple and Rice – Takes about 10-15 Minutes to Prepare If Your Rice Is Ready –

Steve and I have been busy with the many daunting details of moving out of our home. As the time draws near, the days seem to fly by. Nevertheless, I cook; we eat. This quick dessert is one of our … Continue reading

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Back in the Kitchen at Last – Salmon Paté – Will Be Served on Toasted Baguette – Snack Time in the Evening – Oatmeal Cookies Last Night –

We have been strenuously busy but the rush is off on my part for a while. Why not spend some time in the kitchen doing what I like. Last night I baked oatmeal raisin cookies for Steve. He likes them because … Continue reading

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Just in Case Fried Chicken and Potato Salad Really Are the Way to a Man’s Heart – I Tried a New Recipe Today – Altered to Make It Gluten-free – Chicken Fried Chicken with Potato Salad on the Side –

Yum! Delicious! Steve is working outside and will be doing it for some time. The yard, the yard, the yard. You know. The yard. I like to keep him happy with a good meal as often as possible. This recipe is called chicken … Continue reading

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Eggplant Parmesan Casserole – Recipe by Chef John – Fewer Calories than a Pasta/Cheese Dish – Easy to Prepare – Tasted Even Better than I Expected – Worth Repeating –

While looking through my vegetable bin, I saw an eggplant. Why, oh why did I buy an eggplant? Do you ever buy food because it looks good and when it comes time to prepare it, your enthusiasm isn’t there anymore? This is … Continue reading

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We Like Catfish – I Have It On Hand – Tilapia Not So Much – I Used a Recipe for Broiled Tilapia to Broil Catfish – So – I’ll Call Mine Broiled Catfish Parmesan – Instead of Broiled Tilapia Parmesan – Another Good Recipe from Allrecipes.com –

    This large catfish fillet was broiled in the oven and served in a very short time. Steve and I both like catfish breaded with Jules Gluten-free All-purpose Flour, but I’ve been presenting too many meals high in carbohydrates, so … Continue reading

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Fennel Soda Bread – Served with Soup Today – Original Recipe Called for Wheat Flour – My Altered Version Used All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour – Delicious – Moist – Original Five-Star Recipe – Converted with Only One Substitution –

Early this morning I baked Fennel Soda Bread, a five-star recipe on Allrecipes.com. It turned out well and tasted delicious even though this was my first try at developing a gluten-free version of it. I felt that it browned on top just a little … Continue reading

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Biscuits Made with Gluten-Free Flour – Using J.P.’s Big Daddy Biscuits – A Recipe at Allrecipes.com – Delicious – Two Substitutions and a Change of Temperature Produced gluten-free Biscuits – Experiment – You’ll Be an Expert at Baking Gluten-free Biscuits Sooner than You Think –

Before discovering my sensitivity to wheat my way of making biscuits was to crack open a cylinder of biscuits from the refrigerated section of the grocery store, distribute them on a baking sheet, pop them in the oven, and pull them … Continue reading

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Chef John’s Chilled Sugar Snap Pea Soup – Easy – Fast – Delicious – My Second Batch of this Excellent Chilled Soup – It’s Good Hot too – I Tasted it before I Chilled It – Recipe Available at Allrecipes –

Today I prepared my second batch of Chef John’s Chilled Sugar Snap Pea Soup from a recipe I found on Allrecipes.com (both links take you to the same place). In addition to the list of ingredients and instructions, a video is available. Chef John will … Continue reading

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Apple Crisp for My Sweet Hubby Who Misses Apple Pie – He Is Yearning for the Old Wheat Pastries that I No Longer Bake – He Always Liked Apple Pie – Apple Crisp Is Almost Apple Pie –

Shopping for groceries, I pushed a cart through the produce area looking for vegetables. I found celery, cabbage, broccoli, cucumber, and tomatoes, enough for a few days. I looked around for Steve, but I couldn’t find him. Just around the corner … Continue reading

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Celebrating with Seafood and Gluten-free Fettuccine Alfredo – Demolition of Old Flooring is Finished – Cleanup of Thick Cement Dust on Every Surface Begins –

Shopping at Costco last night, my eyes fell on the seafood display of scallops and shrimp prawns. These are food items that we don’t usually buy. “Why don’t we celebrate finishing the floor demolition with a seafood lunch tomorrow?” I … Continue reading

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