Yorkshire Pudding was always the best side dish to a roast beef. Nobody could make them better than my Mum. To this day I have never seen them puff up so high with that light crispy bowl to hold all the gravy. Just a batter of eggs, flour, and milk that are so quick and […]

February 12, 2021

Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding

I grew up saying courgettes, but these days it seems to be zucchini. I guess it depends where on the globe you live. Either way they are the most versatile veggie in my garden. Pick your zucchini when they are a medium size. The bigger, older ones have too much moisture content and not enough […]

August 14, 2020

Zucchini Fritters

This recipe is one of my favourites. The flavours are so so good and I could just keep eating it! This is such an easy dish to make, especially if you cook the potatoes the day before. The thin layer of browned butter, with crispy sage leaves just tops it off. I went outside the […]

February 4, 2020

Dave’s Potato Gnocchi

A modified family recipe. This beet leaves and rice dish is so easy and delicious and it makes an amazing side dish for any meal. It’s one of those things you eat for lunch on its own the next day, because you can’t get enough of the flavours.

June 24, 2019

Beet Leaves and Rice Dish

Perogies, or dumplings filled with deliciousness, like potato and cheese and many other fillings. Who wouldn’t love these! Perogies are one of those popular dishes that we usually have on the table at large family gatherings. For the longest time we have been experimenting with a gluten free dough that will hold together in boiling […]

November 2, 2018

Perogies – Gluten Free

This is a family recipe that we have modified to fit our gluten free diet. It is so yummy that it always disappears quickly, even due to sampling during the cooking process. This dish is lucky to make it to the table. Over the past few years we have trialled many different bread doughs for […]

October 19, 2018

Beet Rolls

We have trialed quite a few different stuffings over the past few years and this is our favourite so far. Using only gluten free breadcrumbs turns into a soggy stuffing, but with the addition of rice, it is a really good texture that holds together well. Did you know? The difference between stuffing and dressing […]

April 4, 2018

Gluten Free Stuffing for Turkey or Chicken

The day before work can be a struggle wondering what to make for lunch. When you have celiac disease it is not always easy to buy something that suits an allergy. So we always prepare food a day or two in advance. These quinoa buns are the best and they hold together very well in […]

March 22, 2018

Quinoa Sandwich Buns

Lately we have been enjoying eating our fermented foods and with the addition of Kimchi to our batches, we have really stepped up the heat around here. This is a nice warming dish to eat, to compensate for all our cold, snowy, winter weather. Ingredients: 2 pounds of cabbage 1 Tbsp salt 1 cup Korean […]

January 27, 2018

Gluten Free and Vegan Kimchi.

Fermented foods are very popular these days and are definitely making a come back. Having Celiac disease, we are always looking for natural ways to keep our guts healthy and happy and with homemade sauerkraut, the taste and the benefits are amazing. Making Sauerkraut was traditional in grandma Marge’s family, but we have only started […]

October 29, 2017

Sauerkraut