Cans of Gluten Free Coconut Milk

Gluten Free Coconut Milk

Posted on June 3, 2016

Do you keep gluten free coconut milk in your pantry? Canned coconut milk is gluten free and is popular in the cooking of southern Asia. I always have cans in my pantry to use in tantalizing Thai curries, flavourful Jasmine Coconut Rice or heavenly Vietnamese soup. Very occasionally I make a dessert of sticky Thai rice with mango. […]

Two glass dishes showing gluten free whole oats vs quick oats

Gluten Free Whole Oats vs Quick Oats

Posted on February 16, 2016

Gluten free whole oats vs quick oats, isn’t it nice to know you can easily buy both. In the gluten free world things change pretty fast. Every year there are more products available and companies are recognizing the needs and wishes of consumers for safe ingredients. It is well accepted that the consumption of moderate […]

Inspiration from the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet

Posted on February 9, 2016

This post is about inspiration. I am sharing my passion from the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet kitchen in the hope that I might inspire you to improve in an area that you have a desire to improve in. That could be entertaining or baking gluten free. Maybe it is cooking with ingredients you have never […]

A green bowl filled with fiery Thai chiles

Gourmet Dinner Club – A Thai Menu

Posted on February 2, 2016

A Thai menu, does that sound like an adventurous Gourmet Dinner Club evening? Tantalizing Thai curries showcase the subtle blends of cilantro, chiles, lemongrass, galangal, ginger and lime. Pungent fish sauce is in almost every dish and coconut milk is added to most curries as well as to the fragrant Jasmine rice. Other flavours include ginger, […]

Two bottles of fish sauce

Gluten Free Fish Sauce

Posted on January 26, 2016

Gluten free fish sauce is commonly used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. It is the secret ingredient that may intimidate home cooks but is essential to recreate the recipes you are familiar with from these countries. It is readily available in Asian supermarkets as well as grocery stores with a large Asian section. This post […]

Variations on Gluten Free Biscuits

Posted on January 19, 2016

Once you have a basic recipe for gluten free biscuits you are satisfied with then the fun begins. This is where you get to use your own creativity in the kitchen. But baking is a skill and it takes practice. You need to make a recipe over and over to get a consistently good result. You will […]

Tamarind Concentrate vs Tamarind Paste

Tamarind Concentrate vs Tamarind Paste

Posted on January 12, 2016

Tamarind concentrate vs tamarind paste is one better than the other? Here’s what I think. This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase using these links your cost is the same, but I receive a few cents for every dollar spent. I appreciate your support for this website.   Tamarind Concentrate vs Tamarind Paste The pod of the […]

Citrus Fruit is in Season

Posted on January 5, 2016

The year always begins with citrus season. After the rich food and excess of the Christmas holidays I look forward to cooking and eating citrus fruits. Juicy navel oranges, ruby red grapefruits and beautiful Meyer lemons come to mind…although the grocery stores continually add new varieties to their offering. From Everyday to Gourmet I made […]

My Christmas Wish to you

Posted on December 23, 2015

Wishing you and your family a Merry Little Christmas in 2015 and a New Year full of health, happiness and delicious food from your own kitchen.  

Welcome to My New Website

Posted on November 14, 2015

Welcome to my new website, fall 2015. Finally, my website redesign is complete. I have been busy working with a designer to create a website that prominently features my gluten free recipes with lots of photos to make browsing easier and mobile friendly. I will continue with my current format of posting every Friday.  Most […]

A Turkey Feast featuring an Achiote Butter Basted Turkey ready for carving.

A Gluten Free Turkey Feast

Posted on October 22, 2015

A gluten free turkey feast can become a reality. Whether you look forward to a fabulous turkey dinner with all the trimmings or dread the idea of questions and comments about the inferior quality of gluten free food one thing is for sure, Thanksgiving and Christmas for many people involves a big turkey feast. This […]

Gluten free soy sauce vs tamari tasting

Gluten Free Soy Sauce vs Tamari Tasting

Posted on October 18, 2015

Gluten free soy sauce vs tamari; these are two soy products made using a different process. Soy sauce is traditionally a wheat product (oh, no wonder so many brands have wheat on the ingredient list). Tamari originated in Japan as a wheat free by-product of miso. Fast forward a few centuries and manufacturing has changed. […]

Gluten Free Gourmet Dinner Club

Gluten Free Gourmet Dinner Club

Posted on October 12, 2015

Do you have a gluten free Gourmet Dinner Club? Maybe it is time to start one. Do you find the topic of food interesting? Are you intrigued by other cuisines? Do you enjoy cooking and sharing meals with friends? Want a change from the questions and concerns associated with restaurant dining? Then you should start a Gluten […]

A container of gluten free Panko Breadcrumbs

Gluten Free Panko Breadcrumbs

Posted on October 7, 2015

Gluten Free panko breadcrumbs are available so look for them. Panko breadcrumbs are prepared by a specific process using crustless bread and making a more flaky looking crumb rather than the more typical finely crushed breadcrumbs. The flakiness of Panko breadcrumbs results is the absorption of less grease than regular breadcrumbs therefore creating a lighter […]

A card listing many edible flowers.

How to Use Edible Flowers in the Kitchen

Posted on September 30, 2015

Edible flowers, the simplest of garnishes. Their vivid colours and varied blossoms create a stunning presentation and draw rave reviews, even more so if you grew the flowers. Pluck some pansies to bring a splash of summer to a platter of cappuccino brownies, lay a chive blossom over a serving dish of noodles, or sprinkle bachelor button […]

Food Allergy Survival Kit

Food Allergy Club at School

Posted on September 2, 2015

How about starting a Food Allergy Club at your school? Each school has a community of people who live with food restrictions. This community already exists so my call to action is make this the year you start a Food Allergy Club. Every school has students and staff with celiac disease, food allergies and intolerances plus […]

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