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Oct. 13th, 2011

Best Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes Ever

The Gluten-Free Cooking School (GFCS) just posted an article about The Best Gluten-Free Desserts You Have Ever Had (link).  Needless to say, I agree!  Check out the recipes and the special price that the GFCS was able to negotiate for this gluten-free dessert recipes book.

How about a Gluten-Free Cappuccino Cheesecake:

or, get ready for some lovely Puff Pastries with Amaretto Cream Filling (aka: wonderful Gluten-Free "Cream Puffs!")

Jun. 14th, 2007

Gluten-Free Chocolate Cinnamon Hazelnut Ice-Cream

I haven't been on LiveJournal much lately, since I spend most of my blogging time over on my Gluten-Free Blog (on Blogger).  So, every once and a while I try to make it back over here to just recap what I've been up to on the other site.  I have recently posted a recipe for Gluten-Free Chocolate Cinnamon Hazelnut Ice-Cream on there, and have discussed various Mango varieties, and have a few other recipes available since my last posting on here.  Gluten-Free Desserts are definitely my specialty, though I have plenty of other free recipes online for breads, pizza dough, main courses, quinoa, and more.  Hopefully if you are reading this, you'll find these things useful!  :)

Jan. 26th, 2007

New gluten-free baguettes, bread-sticks recipe posted

I promised this nearly a week ago, and finally got around to putting it on my gluten-free recipes blog. Sorry about the delay, but I can guarantee the wait is worth it. This bread is simply awesome when served warm or fresh. We froze a couple breadsticks and mini-baguettes made from the batch, and they held up decent, but fresh is still the best way to go!

Here's a direct link to the gluten-free baguette and breadsticks recipe.

My wife has been working on some other wonderful gluten free recipes too, like some various polenta dishes, some cookies, and other things. Once they meet her quality standards, I'll be sure to get them online.

On another thought, I've been contemplating whether or not the shipping charge on our book is a turnoff for anyone. I honestly don't know, since nobody has ever directly said so. We charge $4.50 S&H for USPS media mail in the USA, and this just covers postage, the bubble-wrapping, box, tape, and supplies. But, if that is enough to make the difference of whether to purchase or not, I surely don't want to keep the book out of people's hands that would otherwise buy it. So, I'm considering setting up a discount-code to offset shipping for a while. Anyone want to comment on that? I'd love to know what the concensus thought on such things is. I'd hate to somehow just be catering to gluten-free bakers with higher disposable incomes or somthing, since my goal is to help all celiacs have access to great gluten-free baking recipes.

Aside from that, I'm just enjoying (or not) this cold-wave that has brought single-digit (F) temperatures to our area for a bit. brrrrr!

Jan. 19th, 2007

Gluten Free French-Bread / Baguettes / Breadsticks and more

Today was a wonderful day of baking for my wife. She has been working on perfecting her Gluten Free French-Bread / Baguettes / Breadsticks recipe, and the patience has paid off. I have feasted on so much awesome bread the past couple days. She started with "mini-baguettes" the other day, which were awesome, and then fashioned the bread batter/dough into full-sized French loaf today, as well as into little bread-sticks (and, even those tiny crispy straw-sized bread-sticks that are oh so crunchy and excellent!)

The good news is that the recipe is rather easy to make, even being a yeast-leavened dough. And, as you can see, the dough is very adaptable to the different shapes and sizes of bread. I'll be posting it over on my gluten-free-blog soon - probably early next week as soon as I get time. I'm sure everyone is going to like this one!

For those that don't already read the blog, it is here: http://gluten-free-blog.blogspot.com/

Jan. 18th, 2007

Gluten-Free Baking, Recipes, and More.

I setup this LiveJournal account so I could participate in some of the Celiac and GlutenFree discussions with other LJ users. Now that I have used it a few days, I must say, I find it rather interesting. I don't know how much time I'll spend on here since I am totally bogged down with selling my book and all sorts of other things, but I'm sure I'll be using it over the coming months and years.

For anyone that is interested, my main place I "hang out" on the internet is my gluten-free and celiac blog here: http://gluten-free-blog.blogspot.com/

I include links to all the latest gluten free recipes that we post online, as well as some GF / Celiac product reviews that I have done, and additional general discussion. I am always adding more recipes as my wife, daughter, and I create them. Some recent ones include an excellent gluten-free traditional thick-crust style pizza crust recipe and some wonderful gluten-free and dairy-free bread recipes too.

Hope everyone enjoys my online content/journal!

Jan. 12th, 2007

New to LiveJournal gluten-free community

I had never even heard of LJ until last night, when going through my various blogger sites I frequent, and coming across a mention of LiveJournal during the "de-lurking" day posts some gluten-free person made on GlutenFreeBay's blogger site.

So, I figured I would setup an account on LJ and see what I have been missing. I just started to poke around with the search features and all, and I see there are at least a few fellow Celiac / gluten-intolerant people on here to share ideas with and read their experiences. Should be interesting.