Category - Gluten Free

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Duet: Strawberry Ice Cream / Prince “Purple Rain”
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Duet: Mexican Street Corn / John Prine “Bruised Orange”
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Pasta Sauce
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Honey Cinnamon Butter
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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Truffles / Simon and Garfunkel “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

Duet: Strawberry Ice Cream / Prince “Purple Rain”

The food: We were gifted a KitchenAid stand mixer with the ice cream maker about a year ago (thanks, dad!). Since then, I’ve been experimenting with recipes in hopes of figuring out the easiest way to get creamy delicious homemade custard. I think this fits the bill. Using this basic recipe, you can create almost any kind of ice cream in less[…]

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Duet: Mexican Street Corn / John Prine “Bruised Orange”

The food: About a year ago, I ate Mexican street corn for the first time … and fell in love. It’s charred sweet corn, onions, jalapenos, lime juice, and seasonings, all mixed with a healthy dose of mayonnaise. The results are spicy and creamy — the perfect side dish for backyard barbecues, family potlucks, or Taco Tuesdays. Best of all, it’s super simple[…]

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Pasta Sauce

Pasta sauce out of a jar or can? Ick. In addition to being full of nasty preservatives, the pre-made stuff lacks soul. If you’re a fan of chunky, veggie-filled, and meaty sauce for your spaghetti, manicotti, and other Italian meals, give this recipe a shot. Yes, it takes a lot more time than just grabbing something from the pantry, but it[…]

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Honey Cinnamon Butter

Almost everything tastes better with butter, and that definitely includes bread and other baked goods. I’ve recently learned about making compound butters, which is just a fancy way of saying mixing stuff into butter. If you like adding a bit of sweet to your muffins, toast, bagels, and the like, try this easy honey cinnamon butter recipe. It’s super simple (just three[…]

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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Truffles / Simon and Garfunkel “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

The food: A lot of the food I make for this blog is the product of me wanting to learn something new. I’ve never made truffles, but I love chocolate. I mean, I really love chocolate. After some reading, I realized truffles are pretty damn simple to make. Melt some cream, butter, and chocolate, then add in whatever flavor you want (I[…]

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