This fish and chip restaurant in Peachland has the freshest fish and the most amazing gluten free batter with a dedicated gluten free fryer. It's is a small place with a limited number of tables and is family owned. A member in the family that works in the shop also has celiac disease, so we … Continue reading Ships Ahoy Peachland
May this new year bring you loads of happiness and great things! I don't know about you, but after all the heavy meals over the Christmas holidays ... it's time for a lighter dish. This one is a nice combination of protein, light carbohydrates and lots of fibre. A tasty and satiating meal that is … Continue reading Pumpkin and Pomegranate Salad
This is a favourite recipe that was often made at home, when we were kids. Modified to suit our gluten free diet. Basic ingredients with the taste of cardamom, cinnamon and the chunks of pears, mixed with a heavy ginger hit. Yum!! To make this vegan. Replace the egg with another tablespoon of chia seeds … Continue reading Ginger Pear Cake
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