Gluten Free Style ...
The Schultz's - Melinda, Louis and Sherry, in San Antonio.
Blueberry and Chocolate Chip
(picture to be added soon ...)
Poached Egg with Gluten Free Toast
or a sweet similar version
King Arthur's recipe on the box is amazing!
That is 1 AM at my home on the West Coast
Additionally you could serve -
Gluten Free Shortbread
Bob's Red Mill Mix is fast, easy and really great!
Pamela's Products has some already made too!
(I won't tell anyone.)
Simple and elegant works for me ...
did I mention it starts at 1 AM ...
break an egg into a bowl, this way if you break the yolk it won't mess up the water in the pot,
then add the egg, to the hot water.
when the egg is floating and the whites are not translucent.
It took quite a whack to crack that shell open. Suddenly this bright yellow yolk rolled out of the shell, I couldn't believe my eyes. It was enormous! The eggs reminded me of a field trip, in grade school that we took to see the dinosaur exhibit. I have to say I feel like an egghead saying this but I was a little concerned that a baby dinosaur was in there and glad that was not the case ...
So the Goose Egg and Chicken Egg are somewhat comparable in nutrition. Obviously the Goose Egg is three times as much and sometimes more in protein, calcium and cholesterol.
It was so fun walking about chatting with new and old friends. The music was playing from some local musicians. It was so festive and fun to know that everyone made the effort to come out and support the island's market in spite of the construction.
Please be sure to shop at the Youth Market and select some treasures and gifts for your family and friends.
I was recently sent some samples of Think Thin Products. These bars come in a variety of flavors. I tried the Brownie Crunch, Chocolate Fudge and the White Chocolate. I must say they are a tasty way to curb a craving and give you a good snack - No Sugar, High Protein - 20 grams and the best part, they are Gluten Free! The protein comes from soy, almonds and whey. One bar will keep you satisfied for hours.
I like these, not because they promote weight managment, but because they are a healthy snack for people with Celiac Disease and Diabetes when you are on the go and need to keep your energy up.
You can buy the bars on the web site in so many more flavors such as; Chocolate Strawberry, Lemon Cream Pie, Tangerine Cremesicle and more. Click on this link to see Think Thin promos - and let them know you heard about them on the Gluten Free Foodies blog. You can also find them at Whole Foods Markets and Trader Joes.
Grab and go ... Enjoy!
What is FOODCACHING?
It is the latest in Social adventures with food and geocaching to find great deals and new restaurants for your favorite foods including Gluten Free food!
Just download the FREE APP for iPhone and Android users at
Sign up by creating a user name and password, add your preferences to find the foods that you like - YES! there is a VEGAN and GLUTEN FREE option! Put in your locations or favorite neighborhoods that you frequent and your done.
You will get real time info on deals happening at participating restaurants! So you may be thinking ... what kind of deals are we talking about ... How does this sound? "Five tables open at 6 PM. Make a reservation for one of the five tables and get 30% off the total bill!
All you need to get deals like this and more is to sign up, hunt and go! Share the deals with your friends, brag about it and participate in the game if you want and get Food Cash Points. How fun is that?!?!
Have fun on your Foodcaching adventure ...
GO FOODCACHING NOW!
asking the question of 13 Chef's 5 Favorite Kitchen Tools. It made me think about my tools, my drawers and shelves of tools that I love in my kitchen. What tools would be on my list? Well, oddly enough over the weekend I realized what my top 2 favorite things are in my kitchen. One was almost taken away from me. I have a deep love for my iphone and my laptop. I love them because they make my life fun and easy. I can take notes about recipes or food easily on my iphone or laptop, easy Internet access wherever I go and when I discover something awesome I can take pictures instantly. Of course, I also write my blog on my laptop and thus the story ...
Well, Saturday morning was not good from the start. I woke up feeling as if I had been tossed about and beaten. It was a cold, grey ... extra dreary day ... not sure why I got out of bed but I did. I made my coffee and crawled over to my computer. I had just a sip or two and BOOM! I dropped my cup of coffee all over my laptop! I acted quickly and turned the computer over...screamed...and said a few words that a lady should not say in public but since I was in my own home .... $#@+!!!! ... took the battery out ... grabbed towels and coddled it as if it were a screaming baby.
All I could do was sit in front of it ... looking and wanting to sob but my body hurt too much. I was in shock and then began to think of everything that was in that laptop ...
When I turned over and placed it in a safe spot away from sun and other elements, I propped it up on a bunch of microfiber extra absorbent towels hoping to draw any moisture out of it ASAP! I called and texted a few people to ask .... What the heck do I do?1? Can it be saved?!?! People suggested putting it in a brown paper bag with rice. Rice in a Gluten Free kitchen, I've got that! The computer guy said, don't do it because it will make it worse. I ended up putting a small dish of the rice below the computer,
not touching it, hoping that maybe it would just do something to help draw any last few drops of the coffee out. It was suggested to me to wait at least 48 hours - Do not touch it or turn it back over!
... walk away from the laptop.
Now ... I am not a patient woman when I want something to happen. I prefer to say that I am a passionate woman because when I feel connected to something that is so near and dear to my heart I want it NOW... not wait and see what may happen in 48 hours!
Let's just say it was a very hard 48 hours to pass ... but all is sort of well ... the screen has a few blemishes ... the keyboard lost a key ... I had to give it CPR of sorts with compressed air ... the keyboard also got a good swabbing with alcohol and Q-tips several times while the battery was still out to take away the stickies and stains. Even now as I type I have a sudden urge for a great big cup of coffee ... where is that aroma coming from as the whooshing sound of my fingers hit the keys ... grrr ...
and yet I am thankful that I still have my old friend of exactly one year and twenty two days!
My Gluten Free Kitchen Favorites ...
This list is in no particular order. Probably more than 5 ... I can't bother to count them because I love them all equally ... all purchased over many years and at various stores across the country.
Scoop measures to pour the exact amount - mini, medium or mega muffin. I use them to make waffles or pancakes or anything that has a batter or dough.
A good set of measuring spoons, I also have (not pictured) the rectangular ones that are great to get into spice jars.
Drizzle spoon - not sure if that is the real name but it is the spoon that looks like someone cut off the tip, great for ... drizzling chocolate or sauce on a cake or plate.
Parchment Paper is a MUST in a Gluten Free kitchen because the dough and batters are so sticky ... and it is so much easier to clean up! Toss in the trash, although I use mine a few times if I am making batch of cookies and there isn't a much of crumbs.
Spring scoops! Love them! As many sizes as you can find. I would suggest at least a small, medium and large.