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Outdoor Gluten-free Grilling

Here are some super tips and recipes to help you have a super Memorial Day weekend!

Top Ten Gluten Free Tips for Safe Outdoor Parties and Barbeques

Recipes:

Best Gluten-Free Chicken Wing Recipes

Gluten-Free Sauteed Chicken Tenders in 15 Minutes (more…)


Gluten-Free Mini Corn Dogs Recipe

April 24th, 2012 by Jenny Manseau

Jenny Manseau Gluten Free Works

Bryan loves corn dogs and for many years I would even take a bite of one of them.  It was a texture thing to me…I always thought that the corn bread batter would be soggy and mushy and I wanted nothing to do with them.  When Bryan came to visit me in California we picked up a box for him (they weren’t gluten-free), but when he left I still had half a box…they ended up in the trash. I told him at some point I will give them a try.

A few months ago I as fortunate enough to sample some of the Applegate Farms new corn dogs - they were delicious!! To my surprise the coating was crunch and not soggy at all. Ever since Bryan has been asking for me to make some…he would really love them to be full of gluten but he’s a good sport and eats what I make.  Maybe I’ll surprise him and make some regular ones for him anyway.

Yesterday I decided to make some mini corn dogs just to see how they would (more…)

Amy Fothergill

Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Cioppino Recipe

March 2nd, 2012 by Amy Fothergill

I have lived in Northern California for over a decade and I have never made cioppino until last week. I have no idea why; maybe it seemed intimidating, even to me! After having it at a friend's house over the holidays and seeing how simple it was, I knew it was time for me to tackle it.

The recipe she used was this one from Giada de Laurentiis which was delicious, of course, but one thing she (my friend, not Giada) complained about was the availability (and cost) of the fish stock. Since I often make seafood risotto with chicken stock, I was curious if I could pull it off for cioppino as well.

After making it last weekend for some friends, the results were unanimous; the chicken stock not only made the broth lighter but it was less salty. I decided to use the juice from the canned clams to add some extra flavor. With the exception of the halibut and the crab (it's high season for Dungeness right now), the other fish was frozen (shrimp and scallops) or from a (more…)

Daring Cooks Make Tamales!

February 17th, 2012 by Heather

Gluten Free Works Author Heather

gluten free tamale recipeImagine my excitement when I read that this month’s Daring Cooks’ Challenge had a Mexican theme! You know that I have a love affair with all things cullinarily Mexican. Maranda of Jolts & Jollies was our January 2012 Daring Cooks’ hostess with the mostest! Maranda challenged us to make traditional Mexican Tamales as our first challenge of the year!

I found it interesting that our local Whole Foods, which tends to carry produce from around the world, much of which I’ve never even heard of, did not carry dried corn husks. Before freaking out and making a trip to the city to check the International Market, I thought about the ethnic diversity of the people in my town.  I teach at an elementary school where 27% of our students are hispanic.  Surely, these families do not shop at Whole Foods to get ingredients for their ethnic dishes.  Where do they go? (more…)

Jenny Manseau Gluten Free Works Over the last three and a half years I have had the opportunities to do many reviews of great products. I truly enjoy doing reviews of cookbooks, and gluten-free products, and I’m looking forward to do more in the future along with any culinary based items (kitchen appliances, tools, etc.).

I love kitchen gadgets. Here are a few of my “must-haves”  items: Chef Knife, Stand Mixer, Mixing Bowls (different sizes), Prep Bowls, Boning Knife, Steamer (pan/bamboo basket), Zester, Grater, Silicone Whisk, a good set of Non-Stick Pans, Cast Iron Skillet, and a Crock-Pot. There are plenty more items, however this is a great starting point.

Two of my favorite companies for kitchen products are EdgeWare and Le Creuset. I mean, don’t well all hope to own their products?? I was sent one of each of the following products to test out and review and I have to say, I am honestly in love with both of them. And, now two lucky winners will have a chance to win one of the following prizes (one winner for the Zester, and one for the Farm Fresh Steamer!)

First up we have a fantastic Zester from EdgeWare – The V-etched Better Zester! Here is what their website has to say about it: (more…)

Teri Gruss, MS

Gluten Free Lasagna Recipe

January 31st, 2012 by Teri Gruss, MS

Gluten Free Works Author Teri Gruss

gluten free lasagna recipe

Gluten Free Lasagna Recipe 2010 (c) Teri Lee Gruss

A good gluten free lasagna recipe can be challenging for gluten free cooks because several of the usual ingredients may contain gluten. Italian sausage, processed marinara or tomato sauce and packaged seasonings may contain gluten as an additive. And of course, the majority of lasagna noodle products are made from wheat flour.This recipe is an adaptation of a Tyler Florence recipe called “Drop-Dead Lasagna” featured in his book Tyler Florence’s Real Kitchen. Serve this rich, herb-laden gluten free version of lasagna to anyone, anytime, anywhere and comments will include “This is the best lasagna I have ever had!”

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour

Total Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes (more…)

Amy Fothergill

Gluten-free Butternut Squash Risotto Recipe

January 25th, 2012 by Amy Fothergill

 

This is a hearty dish perfect for late fall or winter. It’s also wonderful with any root vegetable like turnip, carrot, parsnip, rutabaga, and sweet potato. If you don't want to bother cutting the squash many stores offer it pre-cut. (more…)

Teri Gruss, MS

Gluten-Free Beef Burgundy Recipe

January 6th, 2012 by Teri Gruss, MS

Gluten Free Works Author Teri Gruss

gluten free beef burgundy recipe

Gluten Free Beef Burgundy 2012 © Teri Lee Grus

According to our About.com Guide to French Foodbeef burgundy, or boeuf Bourguignon, is the ultimate slow-cooked comfort food. It is!

The earthy flavors in this simple dish transform run-of-the-mill beef stew into something truly special to be enjoyed with a warm slice of gluten-free bread and a glass of wine.

Our easy version of gluten-free beef burgundy is adapted from a recipe for "Burgundy Beef' which appears in The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. (more…)

Jaw Dropping Lasagna Stuffed Meatloaf

January 5th, 2012 by Leanne Vogel

Healthful Pursuit - Leanne Vogel

On with the eats…

I love roasted vegetable lasagna, Kevin loves meatloaf. But I only had time to make one of them this past weekend.

Then I thought to myself, self: why decide between the two?

Ohhh yes, now we’ll never have to choose again. (more…)

John Libonati Gluten Free Works

Chef Walter Staib City Tavern

Internationally Renowned Chef Walter Staib Cooks Gluten-free!

Renowned chef, restaurateur and television personality, Chef Walter Staib, regularly includes gluten-free recipes on his PBS show, "A Taste of History."

His City Tavern in Philadelphia is a faithful recreation of an original 18th century tavern where Chef Staib brings history to life with his wonderful dishes. He has made numerous appearances on local and national cooking shows, such as The Food Network's Best Thing I Ever Ate and Iron Chef.

Chef Staib is the culinary ambassador to Deborah Heart & Lung Center, a hospital in New Jersey. He develops heart healthy recipes approved by nutritionists for a heart healthy diet, and then appears weekly on CBS to demonstrate them.  We were thrilled when Chef Staib offered to provide Glutenfreeworks.com one of his incredible gluten-free recipes. (more…)