Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Gluten-Free Pie Crust

P-I-E Whether it is apple, cherry, pecan, mincemeat, or that pesky irrational 3.14(…blah blah blah) pie is important. Without it we would have Lucille Ball getting “cupcaked” in the face and a State Fair with much less messy “cookie” eating contests. Pie is important. Pie is glorious. Pie is the perfect mixture of pastry and …

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K’s Gluten-Free Birthday

K’s birthday is this week and in between blowing up balloons, decorating our parade floats, and petition the Queen for a bank holiday (birthdays are a big deal around here) we developed the perfect gluten-free cupcake. Now, instead of contemplating the thoughts of store-bought. gluten-free cupcakes or naturally gluten-free birthday desserts (can anyone say, “Birthday …

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Actually Edible Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread

Sandwich bread. Soft, billowy slices of heaven. So much relies on such a simple kitchen staple. Where would we be, as a species, without bread? Where would our butter and jam go without the wonderful crunch of morning toast? What would happen to all the ingredients for the perfect turkey sandwich? Don’t even get us …

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Back to School Again

Welcome to Baking Class. This month is all about Gluten-Free. May is National Celiac Awareness Month. In our family we have several members who suffer from celiac and therefore need gluten-free products. If any of you have ever tried something gluten-free you may have found that, depending on the company, the product runs the gamut …

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