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Gluten-Free Zucchini Bread

  My mother asked me if I could adapt her zucchini bread recipe to be gluten-free so she could make some for my niece, who recently found out she has a gluten intolerance. (Zucchini bread is a big thing in Minnesota, where my mother lives.) I kind of came up with a hybrid of her recipe and […]

Teff Pancakes

  I am always trying to increase my protein intake, and that’s especially important for snacks and breakfast foods, which are not always high in protein. In the mornings I eat a lot of eggs, sometimes bacon and sausage too, but also I want to choose grains that are naturally high in protein. One of […]

Lamb & Lentil Winter Stew in a Crock Pot

  Hello everyone, hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are all in good health as we enter the coldest and darkest month of the year.  So many people I know are sick right now, it is definitely going around.  What I know is that as hard as you try to avoid catching other people’s cold […]

Quinoa-Cornmeal Biscuits

    Last night for dinner I was making steamed beets, sauteed greens, liver & onions and wanted something else to complete the meal.  I didn’t want something starchy like potatoes or heavy like grains – I wanted something lighter, more of a comfort food.  I wish I could just whip up some biscuits, I thought.  Wait a […]

Apple-Buckwheat Pannekoeken (Dutch Crepes)

  Dutch Apple-Buckwheat Crepes   I decided to revive an old buckwheat crepe recipe which I make all the time, but my original post calls for fresh berries.  This is not really appropriate or desireable during the winter time because fresh berries are not in season.  In the fall, I like to top them with sliced […]

Maple-Pecan Pie With Sorghum/Brown Rice Crust

  Happy holidays, everyone!  Hope you are enjoying some good times and delicious edibles:)  I can’t wait to hear about all the treats and goodies and scrumptious meals you prepared.  I think my best effort this year was a pecan pie.  Not being an experienced pie baker, I decided to follow the masters.  I adapted Carol Fenster’s […]