A container of Chinese black beans, also called preserved beans.

Fermented Chinese Black Beans

Posted on October 21, 2016

Chinese black beans are naturally gluten free and their unique taste make them a special ingredient that is always in my pantry for many Asian dishes I make. However, they do go by many different names so a bit of an explanation may be helpful. This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase using these links […]

Some starter ingredients for a Gluten Free Asian Pantry.

Gluten Free Asian Pantry

Posted on September 16, 2016

A gluten free Asian pantry allows you to create your favourite dishes from all across Asia. Start with gluten free soy sauce and keep going for Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indonesian and beyond.

A bottle of Balsamic Glaze vs Balsamic Vinegar with fresh tomatoes, basil, bocconcini and olive oil.

Balsamic Glaze vs Balsamic Vinegar

Posted on June 17, 2016

Balsamic Glaze vs Balsamic Vinegar, does your pantry include both? I think it should. 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. Balsamic in no longer considered a specialty item. […]

A stack of Cans of 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 naturally gluten free and is popular in the cooking of southern Asia. I always have cans in my pantry to use for tantalizing Thai curries, flavourful Jasmine Coconut Rice, heavenly Vietnamese soup. and my Dairy Free Coconut Ice Cream. Very occasionally I make a […]

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 Kitchen

Inspiration from the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet

Posted on February 9, 2016

Inspiration from the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet, that’s me, is about the inspiration that I want to share from my kitchen to yours. Throughout my website I am trying to share my passion with the hope of inspiring you to just get in your kitchen and cook. Try new recipes, things you may have thought […]

A green bowl filled with fiery Thai chiles, Thai One On - a menu

Gourmet Dinner Club – A Thai Menu

Posted on February 2, 2016

Thai One On in my Gourmet Dinner Club menu from Thailand. Many people love Thai food and much of it is naturally gluten free making this an excellent choice for your next dinner party. The sooner you get planning your dinner with friends the sooner you’ll be eating. Tantalizing Thai curries showcase the subtle blends […]

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 […]

Biscuit Pizza with Pepperoni

Variations on Gluten Free Biscuits

Posted on January 16, 2016

Once you have a recipe for gluten free biscuits that you like then the fun begins. In my post for biscuits  I share my tips to help you get the process figured out so you can make the recipe quickly. This is the key to gaining confidence baking, knowing your recipe will turn out every time. Then you […]

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. PIN for later…  Tamarind Concentrate vs Tamarind Paste […]

Fresh grapefruit and orange segments, citrus fruit is in season.

Citrus Fruit – How To Use Citrus Zest

Posted on January 5, 2016

Many of us use citrus fruit year round but I think of citrus season when the new year begins. I certainly eat my share of Mandarin oranges over the holiday season but in January I look forward to cooking and eating all citrus fruits. Juicy navel oranges, ruby red grapefruits and beautiful Meyer lemons come […]

2015 Merry Christmas Wish from Cinde

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. […]

Sources for Gluten Free Recipes and A Gluten Free Lifestyle

Posted on October 12, 2015

What are your sources for gluten free recipes? How do you use social media to support a gluten free lifestyle? According to Google we find 90% of our recipes from the Internet which is probably not a surprise if you’re reading a gluten free food blog. You can ask Google anything, anytime, anywhere and get […]

Introduction to Thai Ingredients

Gluten Free Gourmet Dinner Club

Posted on October 12, 2015

Are you part of a Gourmet Dinner Club or would you like to start one? This is the perfect idea for people who have dietary restrictions. Design a dinner group around your unique requirements and the rest is up to you. What are you curious about; cuisines from countries you’ve never visited, how wine should […]

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 make the simplest and most beautiful garnishes. Their vivid colours and varied blossoms create a stunning presentation and draw rave reviews, so why not grow them yourself. 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 […]

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