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Gilroy Roasted Garlic Paste

Gilroy Roasted Garlic Paste

Ideal for everything!

Posted on May 09, 2017
If you haven’t noticed, I love Garlic. A LOT.  Ted Reader’s Gilroy Roasted Garlic Paste takes delicious and mellow roasted garlic and turns it into a saucy spread that you can use on just about anything. You can also use it IN just about everything too! Use it as a wet grill rub, add it to sauces and dressings, you can even use it AS a dressing! You can also use it in sandwiches, even as an extra umami boost in soup and gravy too. Gilroy Roasted Garlic Paste is a delicious way to get a little extra garlic into everything!
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Vegan Zucchini Bread

Vegan Zucchini Bread

Gluten Free, Egg Free, Dairy Free

Posted on April 18, 2017
It’s difficult, in this day and age, to make something that absolutely everyone can eat. That’s where this Vegan Zucchini Bread comes in. It’s gluten free, egg free, and dairy free, much like my recipe for Allergen Free Muffins. Although this zucchini bread is a bit on the dense side, it’s still pretty awesome. If you want to make this using eggs instead, make sure to beat the eggs very well, it will lighten the recipe up significantly, creating a very fluffy version of this quick bread.
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Farmstead Sourdough Bread

Farmstead Sourdough Bread

How to make sourdough starter

Posted on March 29, 2017

I don’t know if you noticed, but I am a little obsessed with sourdough bread. Farmstead Sourdough Bread is possibly the best thing you will ever create. If you love bread, and sourdough, as much as I do, then having an endless supply available is going to be the greatest thing ever. I mean, I am already counting down the minutes until I can make more. 

I was blessed with a gift. A friend of mine bestowed upon me some of her own starter, which she has been cultivating for seventeen years! SEVEN-TEEN-YEARS! I was given instructions that were fairly basic. No metal shall touch the starter or it will be kaput (metal kills the bacteria). Keep it in the fridge, feed once per week with 1:1 water and flour. Pull the starter out 24 hours before you want to bake, keep at room temperature for those 24 hours, and feed it after you have used the starter to bake. 

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Gumbo Pizza

Gumbo Pizza

Cajun chicken, sausage, and shrimp pizza

Posted on March 21, 2017
This recipe is kind of funny. I walked into the kitchen without a plan. The thing I wanted to make had fallen through because of one missing ingredient. Digging through the freezer I found some pizza dough (I know cheater!), next to that was some sausage, chicken, and shrimp. Sure I could ignore the pizza dough, and make a delicious gumbo, but what’s the fun in that when I could make Gumbo Pizza?! 
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Homemade Avocado Ranch Dressing

Homemade Avocado Ranch Dressing

Oil Free Salad Dressing

Posted on March 21, 2017
Looking for a delicious and healthy dressing to slather on your salad? This Homemade Avocado Ranch Dressing is perfect. Oil free, gluten free, and flavorful as all get out, you will love this dressing! Use it as a dip for fresh veggies, or for some deliciously flavorful Ranch Chicken Skewers too! Toss it into tacos, top that tostada, and add more taste to that tortellini
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Guinness Mac & Cheese

Guinness Mac & Cheese

Beer made it better!

Posted on March 14, 2017
I’m not a huge fan Guinness. It’s a little too thick and bold for me to enjoy as a beverage, however, adding it to recipes like my Guinness Cheesecake, Guinness BBQ Sauce, and other recipes adds a richness that is quite delightful. Adding Guinness to macaroni and cheese added this new depth of flavor that makes this Guinness Mac & Cheese the best macaroni and cheese ever. (Yes I know I say this with every new Mac & Cheese recipe, but I mean it this time!)
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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

With whole wheat and honey

Posted on March 14, 2017
Irish Soda Bread is a recipe that is so much easier than expected. I even did it wrong and this recipe STILL came out beautifully enough for me to bake another batch (or two). Hot from the grill, off your Napoleon Pizza Stone, there is nothing better. Serve your fresh Irish Soda Bread with butter, homemade jam, or use it to soak up the juices from delicious Dublin Coddle or Irish Beef Stew; definitely, the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. 

I know you’re wondering how I could have messed this recipe up. Well, I grabbed greek yogurt when shopping for this recipe. Yogurt is yogurt, right? Nope! Greek yogurt has a thick texture, while regular yogurt is a lot more liquid. So, while mixing the wet and dry ingredients, I wound up with some sort of shaggy, flour covered, yogurt ball type mixture. I had to mix the dough together with my hands! I was worried. They said not to knead this dough more than 20 times. Well, I gently mixed with my hands until I had a sticky ball of dough, then kneaded on a floured surface about 10 times until the dough came together fully. When I removed my beautiful, steaming-hot bread from the pizza stone, let it cool enough to slice, and bit into that first slice was heavenly, and the recipe is surprisingly forgiving. 

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Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Hidden morsels of melted chocolate

Posted on February 22, 2017
Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes, another take on Japanese Pancakes, these pancakes are larger than life and twice as delicious. Serve topped with maple syrup, chocolate syrup, fruit sauce, or whipped cream and you will have the best breakfast ever. Definitely only need one of these to fill the void, that’s for sure. 
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Mostly-Authentic Fettuccini Alfredo

Mostly-Authentic Fettuccini Alfredo

With The Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok

Posted on February 08, 2017
To celebrate National Fettuccini Alfredo Day I made myself some Mostly-Authentic Fettuccini Alfredo With The Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok. Super authentic Fettuccini is all butter and parmesan, with little else other than the pasta itself, however, I wanted a little extra, so there’s a splash of cream and a whole lot of garlic (naturally). 
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Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup

On The Grill

Posted on February 08, 2017
I’m definitely on a soup kick; but can you blame me? It’s cold and flu season, and I have cooked plethora of roasted poultry. This Chicken Noodle Soup On The Grill is super easy. Overnight stock means that you can bring the soup together for a meal in about 45 minutes. What’s better than homemade chicken noodle soup on a chilly day or when you’re feeling under the weather? I can hear you all right now, “But Andrea, you can’t make soup on a grill,”. Well, you can, sort of. Watch me.
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