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    I love steak. And chicken. And bacon. Did I mention that I love bacon? You're probably wondering why someone who has very clear carnivorous obsessions tendencies would be posting about chickpeas. You couldn't get anything further removed from a steak than this humble legume. But these easy...
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    If you've spent any modicum of time with me, you will know that I am an unabashed carnivore. You'd be hard pressed to find me turning down a nicely grilled steak. Or bacon. Or chicken wings. Or bacon. You get the picture. But with the return of the warmer weather, I am starting to gravitate...
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    D had a craving for tofu and I had a craving for something that would pack a serious flavour punch. Even though summer generally means lighter fare, it doesn't mean that flavour has to be sacrificed. I marinated some extra firm tofu in a mixture of tamari, dark soy, sesame oil, lemon juice, and...
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    I think we've hit a heat wave over here on the west coast. Other places may look at our low 30 temperatures and think, "That's nothing!" Well, it sure doesn't feel like nothing to me! I'm the type of person who would rather be too cold than too hot. You can always put on another jacket to warm...
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    Here we go again.. From memory, I will try to recreate my original post of Gluten-Free and Egg Free Zucchini Pancakes. So I've decided that I'm going to write my posts in a separate place from my Wordpress App before posting it to my blog. Up until this point, being the novice and...
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    With the temperature outside climbing and the summer season officially here, it's hard for me to have much of an appetite for rich, heavy, (and hot) meals. Cue quinoa to the rescue! Quinoa is such a versatile grain seed. It can be eaten hot or cold, savoury or sweet, and as a side or a main...
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    So I guess the title for this post is somewhat misleading... This can't really be called a lasagna but, to economize on words in the title, that's what I went with. I do hope the purists out there won't be too scandalized, but you'll understand as you read on. Easter weekend was upon us and I...
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    Move over Colonel Sanders, this crunchy cornflake crusted chicken is finger-licking awesome. It can be pretty challenging to find a gluten-free recipe for an oven-baked "fried" chicken that's as good as the deep-fried thing. Enter this crunchy cornflake crusted chicken. I wanted the same...
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    We bought an organic butternut squash about a week ago and I wasn't able to decide what to do with it until today. A long time ago, I watched David Rocco make butternut squash gnuddi (is that the right spelling???) with a hardcore Italian nona on his show and it just looked so good and so...
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    You're probably thinking, "Whoa, what?! Raw kale??!! You must be kidding!" But trust me, you won't be sorry. I first had this kind of salad at Whole Foods (they're terrible, aren't they??) and I had to try my own take on it. Especially since it kind of cost an arm and a leg for a tiny container...
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    Just a short one... I had a weeknight hankering for some crispy fish but wasn't about to break out the deep fryer. Actually, I don't even own one... Anyway. I used basa fillets because that's what I had, but you can use any fish you fancy. This method is gluten free, healthy, and satisfying...
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    This doesn't look like much, I know, but it sure was satisfying. I started by dredging some chicken in a mixture of brown rice flour, salt, and pepper and browning them in my Dutch oven. Once they were browned, I removed them from the pot and sautéed some onions and garlic in the remaining...
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    For a quick dinner last night, we made fish tacos. I used my gluten free flatbreads from here and used my spice rub from my rib post over the summer to season the white fish we got for the tacos. You can use any white fish that strikes your fancy. Halibut, cod, snapper... You could even do...
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    So I'm starting back at work this week and it's already been quite the adjustment. I think Baby E has been dealing with it better than I am... Just a quick post for now about my kitchen frenzy the day before going back to work. Being in the kitchen and making this with my hands calms me, and I...
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