Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

cauliflower mashed potatoes

Don’t these mock mashed potatoes look amazing? They are =) I got the idea from my friend, Elana. You can see her recipe here. Although I do eat white potatoes once in a while, I don’t like to eat them constantly. But to have “mashed potatoes” more often sounds like a good idea to me…. 

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Creamy Rosted Garlic Dip (dairy-free)

I love a great creamy dip for holidays and parties, don’t you? This one is based on my bean dip recipe, on page 93 in my first cookbook. I made a few changes and voila, creamy roasted garlic dip We never miss dairy with simple satisfying recipes like this. I didn’t have any on hand… 

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German Red Cabbage

red-cabbage

German red cabbage is one of my husband’s favorite foods. When we lived on the East Coast there were lots of German restaurants. Well, at least one in each town we lived in anyway (we moved a few times there). When we went to German restaurants we always ate this dish, and we haven’t had… 

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mango salsa

mango-slasa

Today we went for a really long bike ride, and stopped at the farmers market on the way for lunch. It was such a lovely spring day. Late this afternoon, when we got back, and the girls were playing outside with the neighborhood kids, I decided to make mango salsa. I could just eat this… 

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Green Bean Casserole

green-bean-cassarole

Nooshin, of For the Love of Food, is kind enough to host the November roundup of Naomi’s Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten Free! Her theme for November is Food From Your Childhood. With Thanksgiving in November, I didn’t even have have to think. I instantly knew what food from my childhood I wanted to create… 

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Almond muffin and potato salad

There was this adorable cafe where I used to live that always served a pumpkin muffin with their potato salad, or any other kind of salad for that matter. But I would feel guilty after eating there, not because of the gluten, as I was unaware of its effect on me at that time, but… 

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