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DougE

Member Since 14 Oct 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 12 2014 08:50 AM
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In Topic: Fellow Celiacs: Are You Drinking Your Gluten? - U.s. News & World Report...

25 November 2014 - 05:53 AM

Thanks kareng.  I have never bought Mikes at a store.  I only ordered it at a bar once or twice because they had not gluten-free beers or ciders.  Never got a chance to read the label.  Now I am usually very consciencous of reading labels, but I think that the rules are different for alcoholic beverages (at least in Canada).  So I ordered it "It's just lemonade, right?"   That just shows how dangerous it can be to make assumptions.  Learned my lesson.


In Topic: Fellow Celiacs: Are You Drinking Your Gluten? - U.s. News & World Report...

25 November 2014 - 04:38 AM

Does this article look legit?  The part on beer is totally in line with what I have read in the past, but Mike's hard lemonade?  I never would have guessed.


In Topic: Craving Fish - Need Advice/help

18 November 2014 - 09:22 AM

 

Thanks for the tip, DougE! I use a chili powder that has cumin mixed in, could I just use that? I think it's oregano, chili, cumin...not sure what else. Possibly paprika. I usually wrap my food in foil before putting on the grill, would the time still be the same? 

 

Experiment with the rub.  I just use what I have on hand.  I do not wrap the salmon, but use a vegetable grill so I don't lose any if it falls apart.  I find the rub helps hold the fillets together anyway.  If you prefer to wrap it in foil, that might change the cooking time, I'm not sure.


In Topic: Craving Fish - Need Advice/help

18 November 2014 - 08:25 AM

For salmon fillets, make a rub of equal parts chili powder and cumin, crush in a bit of an herb (e.g. thyme) and add a little black pepper.  Coat the fillets thoroughly with the rub and cook on the BBQ about 4 or 5 minutes per side.


In Topic: Small Toaster Recommendations

28 April 2014 - 06:22 AM

I see a lot of favourable comments for toaster bags.  I bought some once, but I found they were so large that there was extra bag on the sides of the toaster.  They even started to melt.  I thought, this looks like a fire hazard, but even if it isn't, I don't like the idea of plastic melting on my toast.  Was I doing something wrong?   I can't remember the brand, I think it was Toast-it.

 

Anyway, I picked up a small inexpensive toaster at the supermarket and take it everywhere.