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Paleo Rosemary Foccacia recipe (grain free)

Rosemary Foccacia (grain free and nut free)

I’ve been working on this recipe for a while, with a number of batches that either stuck to the pan, crumbled too much, or ended up a little too brown around the edges.  I finally hit a formula that works really well as a bread-like substance to serve with soupy curries and sauces.  Note that […]

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Crisp for Two (grain free)

I just returned from Leesburg, Indiana where I spent three days eating a wide variety of delicious dishes prepared with duck, courtesy of Maple Leaf Farms (more on that in an upcoming post), and when I got home the garden had exploded with growth from a few days of rain and heat.  It was as […]

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Tandoori-spiced Oven Fried Chicken (grain free)

It’s that time of year when you have to start asking yourself: am I pro or anti picnic?  While I am sympathetic to some of the compelling anti-picnic arguments (in particular, ants…), Colorado is one of the best places in the country for picnics, placing me solidly in the pro-picnic camp.  In a typical summer […]

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Black and White Dessert Bars (grain free)

It didn’t take me too long, post-Whole30, to decide to make a grain free treat.  I’ve been working on this recipe for a while and I am pretty happy with this version.  Gluten free, grain free, and dairy free if you stick with a dairy-free chocolate chip for the topping.  Note that I am no […]

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Lamb Stew over Charred Eggplant Puree

This is a riff on Sultan’s Delight, a traditional Turkish dish of braised lamb over a roasted eggplant mash. Like all “traditional” dishes, there are countless variations on the theme, and you have a lot of flexibility in how you season the dish. I eliminated the typical addition of flour to thicken the eggplant, and […]

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Pannukakku (grain free)

My graduate school years in the U.P. included an introduction to a lot of new-to-me foods, most of them of Finnish origin.  Pannukakku was one of my favorite Keewenaw breakfasts–warm, puffy, and custard-like, this baked pancake is a perfect way to start your day during the cold days of winter.  Traditional recipes call for a […]

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