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Old 04-16-2008, 02:11 PM   #21
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something with boneless skinless chicken thighs, red potatoes, assorted baby squashs. nyt bread

maybe some ice cream.

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Old 04-16-2008, 02:13 PM   #22
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interesting... do you have a recipe? ive made a few healthy pizza's... all be it not gluten free and would be itnerested as my GF's parents are diabetic.

i usually go with:

- whole wheat pizza dough from TJ's
- basic sauce, w/ fresh tomatoe puree as a base
- Cabot 75% fat free cheese
I don't have a recipe. A friend of mine told me she found it works better just to substitute gluten-free flour for regular, so that's what my first attempt will be. I might add an egg to hold it together better though.

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I have a lot of great GF recipes for pizza, bread, muffins, cookies, main dishes. One that was a real hit at camp is my GF perogie casserole using Rice lasagna noodles and all the fixings of a perogie! I will try to post some of them but I am really bad at posting my recipes.
I'd love a good chocolate chip cookie recipe. The ones I made yesterday were nasty! I guess I'm just not used to the taste of the rice flour. Maybe I just need a better flour recommendation for things like cookies.
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Old 04-16-2008, 02:15 PM   #23
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Hubby is out of town for two days so I haven't a clue yet - maybe sushi.

yes!!!!!!!! i'm hoping for sushi too.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:11 PM   #24
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I'd love a good chocolate chip cookie recipe. The ones I made yesterday were nasty! I guess I'm just not used to the taste of the rice flour. Maybe I just need a better flour recommendation for things like cookies.
Actually there are a lot of better and more versatile flours out there now like Aramanth, Sourgum, etc. Becareful because Spelt and Kamut are NOT GF. As soon as I find my chocolate chip recipe I will PM you.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:35 PM   #25
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I don't have a recipe. A friend of mine told me she found it works better just to substitute gluten-free flour for regular, so that's what my first attempt will be. I might add an egg to hold it together better though.



I'd love a good chocolate chip cookie recipe. The ones I made yesterday were nasty! I guess I'm just not used to the taste of the rice flour. Maybe I just need a better flour recommendation for things like cookies.
Hi, B'sgirl. Are you familiar with the Gluten-Free Goddess site?

She has a few chocolate-chip cookie recipes. HTH.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:36 PM   #26
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It's Wednesday night dinner with friends. My town is having its first Restaurant Week, where restaurants offer 3-course, fixed price meals for $20 or $30, so we're heading to a seafood place tonight. DH is driving back from a conference, so he's on his own.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:42 PM   #27
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I'm thinking about trying out my new bought-for-myself birthday present....put her together yesterday, I'll call her Genie.



I've been eating a lot of heavy beef lately, so unfortunately the ribeyes in the freezer will have to wait (at least until the weekend!) and I might just grill up some really spicy chicken kabob sort of thing.
WooHoo, RP! That's a very nice birthday gift! I think some grilled fish or seafood and grilled veggies would taste fantastic. Grilled pineapple is yummy. Also, salmon in foil pouches - no clean up. Anyway, congrats on your shiny, new toy!
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:02 PM   #28
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Tonight will be the beef with tomato and pepper stir fry I didn't cook last night.

Off to make the pear pie now. I've been out working in the garden since I got home from work. The pie will be a nice treat after all that hauling and tilling.
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I don't have a recipe. A friend of mine told me she found it works better just to substitute gluten-free flour for regular, so that's what my first attempt will be. I might add an egg to hold it together better though.
I actually have a really good GF pizza crust recipe I will PM you tomorrow. If you don't get it, please remind me!
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:09 PM   #30
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Grilled Marinated Chicken

Baked Taters
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