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I have never seen that! Looks great!

 

Maybe it's a Utah thing? It's made in Salt Lake. It's just one of our ways of having a "beer" with our dinner since we don't drink.

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I like the hard apple ciders.  I bet it takes similar!  

 

I'm making gluten free pizza tonight.  I found some crust mix and I'm going to put feta, spinach and tomatoes on for toppings.

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I'm making gluten free pizza tonight. I found some crust mix and I'm going to put feta, spinach and tomatoes on for toppings.

Copy-cat! That's my plan for dinner Sunday except it's gonna have some chicken and pepperoni on it. :-)

As for tonight, it's gonna be pasta with broccoli, bell peppers, onion, red apple, and chicken. Not sure yet what sauce I'm gonna do.

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I made skillet lasagna for lunch today. Yum! My Meijer's now carries Meijer store brand gluten-free pasta and they have a lasagna cuts variety. It is only $1.99 per 16 oz. (it's non-gmo corn pasta)

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Copy-cat! That's my plan for dinner Sunday except it's gonna have some chicken and pepperoni on it. :-)

As for tonight, it's gonna be pasta with broccoli, bell peppers, onion, red apple, and chicken. Not sure yet what sauce I'm gonna do.

 

Your pasta calls for a wine sauce or maybe pesto :D.  

 

I made skillet lasagna for lunch today. Yum! My Meijer's now carries Meijer store brand gluten-free pasta and they have a lasagna cuts variety. It is only $1.99 per 16 oz. (it's non-gmo corn pasta)

 

I wish we had Meijer's.  Our store carries some gluten-free pasta, spaghetti and penne I think but it's $4 or 5/box.  I prefer Vermicelli personally. Hopefully I can find that some day.

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Your pasta calls for a wine sauce or maybe pesto :D.

I wish we had Meijer's. Our store carries some gluten-free pasta, spaghetti and penne I think but it's $4 or 5/box. I prefer Vermicelli personally. Hopefully I can find that some day.

I do have some wine at the house...

As for pasta, I get Ronzoni or Kroger brand and it's $2-$3 a box, but it's just spaghetti, penne, or Ronzoni has a twisty noodle.

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HA!  My husband also likes to discourage my use of knives.  What did you bread your fried chicken with?  I use gluten-free bisquik and it turns out good, but there is always room to improve.

 

Tonight is grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, and green beans.  

i used flour and starch - but i cook like the swedish chef:  herdy deredy derrdy herr - brown rice flour, tapioca starch, the rest of a box of hodgson mill ap baking mix, some potato starch, s&p, garlic powder, paprika (dip in egg, then flour, let it sit for a little bit to goo up, then egg and flour again)  herrdy derr lolz throw salt over shoulder..   :)

 

last night was white brats and sauerkraut w/pierogies for the wheateaters 

 

(edited to add 'seasonings')

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I found a recipe a few years ago that called for coating chicken in buttermilk, dredge in flour, coat again in buttermilk and flour and fry.  The key was to put it in hot oil and keep the heat consistent while frying--so not loading up the pan too much and adding pieces slowly.  I would season the flour with whatever sounded good.  The skin came out very crunchy and the meat was so tender and moist.  Substitute gluten-free for any of the above.

 

Penzy's makes a seasoning called "Old World".  Its a blend especially made for baking chicken.  It tastes just like my Grandma's fried chicken and all you do is sprinkle it on the chicken and bake.  I prefer it on chicken with skin still on--I know but nummy!!!  It's good on skinless stuff too.   Penzey's spices and mixes are gluten-free--confirmed via email from the company last week :D.

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the recipe i used said to soak it in buttermilk for a few hours, then dry off, s&p, and do the egg/flour dredge thing.  i have never been very good at making fried chicken, so i was pretty happy when the hubs said it was good (and gluten-free! )  i was like:  wow!  :)  where does one purchase such spices?  i am in east tennessee.   or does one order from a ma zon <i ordered some stuff yesterday.  entirely too easy....  i even remembered my password.  scared me to death lolz

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http://www.penzeys.com/  You can see if there is one near you or order online.  Also sign up for their catalog.  They have fantastic recipes and you get a coupon for a free spice each catalog (monthly).  The recipes may or may not be gluten-free but they can probably be adapted to work.

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We have a Penzys store and we have to stay out of it. We get stuff we don't need.

Tonight we are going to the baseball game so I'm just packing a ham and cheese. Will get a Redbridge and maybe some popcorn there.

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We have a Penzys store and we have to stay out of it. We get stuff we don't need.

Tonight we are going to the baseball game so I'm just packing a ham and cheese. Will get a Redbridge and maybe some popcorn there.

 

:D   Last time I was in Penzy's I spent about $90.  The clerk said "haven't been here in a while, huh."  I about died laughing.  I was mostly buying gifts but it's so true!!  I LOVE their small boxes for hostess gifts!!

 

Plan changed, hubs was not home so I had gluten-free hash browns and a Udi hamburger bun toasted with seasoned butter.  It was the first gluten-free bread I've had.  It was pretty good.  Hubs ate one the other night and said the same.

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:D   Last time I was in Penzy's I spent about $90.  The clerk said "haven't been here in a while, huh."  I about died laughing.  I was mostly buying gifts but it's so true!!  I LOVE their small boxes for hostess gifts!!

i'm safe - the closest one is 345 miles away lolz - the recipes look yummy on the website :)

 

tonight was 'jankaroni & cheese'  :)  delallo rotini, stewed tomatoes & chedda.....

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... i cook like the swedish chef:  herdy deredy derrdy herr ...

LOLOLOL!!!!!

 

Tonight we went to Texas de Brazil, a Churrascaria style steak house.  Had a half off deal and wanted to take my teenage relatives who haven't even been in a nice restaurant before, they thought it was the best thing ever.  Nomnomnomnom steak!   Steak is how you score!  (that is a saying my best friend made up, we still use it!)

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Trying a cauliflower pizza for the first time tonight. I have a few recipes I've been looking at, but a friend has a recipe she claims is 'foldable'. Waiting on that recipe and it's supposed to be a super low carb one, so im hoping it is gluten free too. Now I just need to decide on toppings.

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:D   Last time I was in Penzy's I spent about $90.  The clerk said "haven't been here in a while, huh."  I about died laughing.  I was mostly buying gifts but it's so true!!  I LOVE their small boxes for hostess gifts!!

 

Plan changed, hubs was not home so I had gluten-free hash browns and a Udi hamburger bun toasted with seasoned butter.  It was the first gluten-free bread I've had.  It was pretty good.  Hubs ate one the other night and said the same.

 

Do you have one of those olive oil stores?  Those are dangerous too!   ;)

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SCORE! its gluten free! Cant wait

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LOLOLOL!!!!!

 

Tonight we went to Texas de Brazil, a Churrascaria style steak house.  Had a half off deal and wanted to take my teenage relatives who haven't even been in a nice restaurant before, they thought it was the best thing ever.  Nomnomnomnom steak!   Steak is how you score!  (that is a saying my best friend made up, we still use it!)

 

 

I have been wanting to try one.  Seems like I would have to eat too much to get my moneys worth!  

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Do you have one of those olive oil stores?  Those are dangerous too!   ;)

 

We don't but I've been to them.  I'm especially fond of their flavored Vodka :D  

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We don't but I've been to them.  I'm especially fond of their flavored Vodka :D

They sell vodka, too? I'm in Kansas and the liquor laws wouldn't allow that. They do sell lovely wine based vinegars!

I use the basil olive oil on garlic bread sticks. Toasted seasame oil in stir fry! That stuff is so yummy, I could almost drink it!

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They sell vodka, too? I'm in Kansas and the liquor laws wouldn't allow that. They do sell lovely wine based vinegars!

I use the basil olive oil on garlic bread sticks. Toasted seasame oil in stir fry! That stuff is so yummy, I could almost drink it!

Depends on the store I guess.  Vom Foss is the one I've been to...wild cherry vodka---YUM

 

 

Ok, so I'm making a Glutino Pizza crust.  It's really sticky...is that normal for gluten free breads?  I have to let it rise for 40 minutes, hopefully it's not as bad then.

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Depends on the store I guess.  Vom Foss is the one I've been to...wild cherry vodka---YUM

 

 

Ok, so I'm making a Glutino Pizza crust.  It's really sticky...is that normal for gluten free breads?  I have to let it rise for 40 minutes, hopefully it's not as bad then.

Yes. Sticky is normal. Here is what I do. I lay out plastic wrap on a big cutting mat or extra cookie sheet, plop the glop of dough on it, put more plastic wrap on top, then roll or press out thought the plastic wrap. Then take the top wrap off, use the cookie sheet and flip it over onto what you are cooking it on.

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It's so hot here, I think we may just have piña coladas for dinner!

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Yes. Sticky is normal. Here is what I do. I lay out plastic wrap on a big cutting mat or extra cookie sheet, plop the glop of dough on it, put more plastic wrap on top, then roll or press out thought the plastic wrap. Then take the top wrap off, use the cookie sheet and flip it over onto what you are cooking it on.

 

Will do!!  Thanks!!

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Will do!!  Thanks!!

THe first time I made one, I was so upset. I'm usually pretty calm. My hub - just goop it on. It's fine! And it was.

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