Gluten-Free Croquembouche for Daring Bakers

May 27, 2010
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Croquembouche or Piece Montée sounds so fancy and delicious. Not to mention deliciously French (just like the croissants that I made earlier this month!). In my (albeit limited) experience in baking, I have learned that French baked goods are very often dependent on butter, eggs and gluten. Sans gluten, they can lack something. But that […]

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Strawberry Rhubarb Tapioca Pudding Cake

May 25, 2010
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Sitting in the kitchen, on the last day of the long weekend, I wanted to bake something, but I didn’t have a clue as to what. So I made something that didn’t know what it was. You see, there were tapioca pearls on my counter, and still some rhubarb from my neighbours (I’ve only been […]

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Pizza, Gluten-Free

May 23, 2010
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Rhubarb Lemon Bundt Cake

May 18, 2010

There are two types of recipes that I absolutely love to make.  Recipes that take time to figure out the balance of flours to leaveners to everything else, and recipes from friends.  This is one of the latter ones.  The original recipe is from Hannah, who is not only one of the most talented photographers […]

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Croissants, Gluten-Free

May 14, 2010

Croissants. Without gluten. One of the most gluten-dependent things out there. Without gluten. I am still flabbergasted that I figured this out. It took a lot of time, but it worked. When you make it, it will take a lot of time too, but it’s worth it. Yeast is involved, so hours are bound to […]

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Puffed Gluten-Free Pancake & a Food Revolution

May 11, 2010

You might not know it from seeing all of these baked goods I post, but I eat pretty healthily. I have quinoa flakes for breakfast on a daily basis, topped with hemp seeds, a touch of real maple syrup and milk. My lunch is straightforward and good for me: almonds, a little bit of cheese, […]

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Oyako Donburi & La Fuji Mama

May 7, 2010

I have a friend. Well no, I have many friends, but today I’m going to tell you about a particular one. In fact, you might already know her. Her name is Rachael. She introduced me (formally) to Japanese cooking, and I love her for it. Well, I love her for many reasons, but introducing me […]

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Blueberry Chiffon Pie and Internet Musings

May 2, 2010

I am constantly amazed by the power of the internet. It is an endless everything. You can waste hours staring at abysses of information (or playing games or on twitter or facebook or well, wherever you want), but it also has this side of endless possibility. Had I written all of these posts in a […]

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Citrus Cornmeal Steamed Pudding for Daring Bakers

April 27, 2010

The scent of warm cornmeal wafts out of the pot. It’s been steaming for 2 and a half hours, yet not quite ready. That’s the beauty of it. Ten minutes of making, hours of steaming, time to relax, go play, do homework, make dinner, change the tires on your car – whatever suits your fancy. […]

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Millet Biscuits and Birthdays

April 20, 2010

2 years ago, on my 15th birthday no less, I started this blog.  A few months before, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and when searching for information or anything on eating gluten-free, a few blogs popped up.  I couldn’t tell you what the names of all of the first few I looked through were, […]

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