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Sandwich Bread

I talk a lot about gluten free bread on my blog! I guess I just love that I can make this bread that seems to me to be commercially unavailable. 238 more words

Hazelnut Citrus Torte: approved for Passover

We know we can’t use flour and leavening agents for Passover, so to get tasty and light confections, stiff egg whites are the solution. This airy cake also offers an interesting pairing of hazelnuts and citrus. 286 more words

I'm Baking

Get maxi-taste from a mini-quiche

 Every Sunday I get my cook on to prepare lunches or dinners for the week ahead. This Girl Scout approach to being prepared is the only way I can stick to my detox. 202 more words


I know it sounds weird cause the cookies are not supposed to be fine, they should be sweet and fat. Well I have a great recipe which make them no longer sweet and no longer fat but definitely delicious! 398 more words

Fruit & Nut Soda Bread

 “We’ve always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English” – Winston Churchill

My foray into the world of Baking with Wholegrains continues to be, shall we say, challenging. 1,929 more words


Black Bean Casserole

I have been excited to try out my quinoa flour that I got about a month ago. I’m not sure why I haven’t used it until now, or why I was finally determined to try it out….especially on a night where it was getting late and we really needed a quick dinner. 245 more words


Crack(er)ing the holy grail

I am learning to love salad and smoothies, all manner of vegie based meals and lots of soup. But every now and then I have  a killer craving for cracker based goodness. 302 more words