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 … Continue reading Perogies – Gluten Free
A gluten free sourdough starter is needed to make natural sourdough bread. In this recipe there is no commercial yeast, only the wild natural yeast from out starter Made with the basics ... flour and water. There are theories about the process of fermenting gluten sourdough for 2-3 days that makes it safe for celiac … Continue reading Creating a Gluten Free Sourdough Starter.
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 … Continue reading Beet Rolls
The weather is cooling and the trees are changing colour lately. It's that time of year when you think it's okay to have the oven going again, after the summer heat has gone. The pumpkins in our garden are finally ready and are plentiful everywhere right now. Some favorites are the Buttercup and Kabocha for … Continue reading Apple & Pumpkin Muffins
We have still been picking and eating blackberries from the garden and they have been producing since July now. So we have made many yummy dishes and frozen many bags of berries. The flavours in this fig and blackberry ice cream are amazing! With few ingredients and very little sugar. The figs add their own … Continue reading Fig and BlackBerry Ice Cream
Oven-dried tomatoes that are incredible for flavour, with the simplest of ingredients. Which seems to be our motto for our celiac diet. Eat well, but keep it tasty and simple. We grow many tomatoes because we love them so much and we use them in so many recipes. This year we have canned a few … Continue reading Partially Dried Tomatoes
A surprise discovery of backyard berries, turned into a yummy dessert. Saskatoon berries are something we have not been very familiar with, until now. They were easy picking and plentiful. The flavour leaves a subtle almond flavour, which was a pleasant surprise. Delicious eaten alone or topped with vanilla ice cream. Ingrediants: 1/2 cup GF … Continue reading Saskatoon, Apple and Rhubarb Crisp,