A healthy gluten-free mushroom dish simmered in beef stock with white wine and sage.
Gluten free quinoa tabbouleh
Quinoa makes a delightful gluten-free stand-in for the traditionally-used Bulgar Wheat and it improves on the nutritional value of this dish as well. Unlike wheat, Quinoa’s amino acids form a complete protein, so you can feel even better about this vegetarian dish!
Gluten-free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies
Rolled oats, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice give these gluten-free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies a fantastic flavor.
Fudgy gluten-free teff brownies
Love fudgy brownies but can't have gluten? These decadent brownies are made with teff flour so they are gluten free and very easy to make.
Ya’ll, you know Texas is where it’s at! Born and raised, true and blue Texas girl here. It’s true, everything is bigger and better in Texas…well except when it comes to me. Hehe! Not sure my family is the “biggest” thing to come out of Texas. One thing I loved about living in the south...Read More »
Turkey pumpkin chili
So I’ve taken a bit of a running hiatus lately. I’m good if I get out and go 2-3 times a week. And I’m telling you, that takes every ounce of will power I have to make myself do it. Anyway, I was invited to this running group that just so happens to be training...Read More »
I can’t begin this post without paying tribute to my mom. If anything, lasagna is her signature dish. Forget the Italian “Mama Mia!” and just replace it with “Mama Melene!” In all honesty, she’s probably made over 300 lasagnas in my 30 years of life. From feeding college kids to family members to community potlucks,...Read More »
Creamy artichoke dip
Bring on the holiday parties! They should be in full force by now, right? I love being assigned to make desserts because one of my favorite things to bake is cupcakes. In fact, I should have a blog dedicated to just my cupcakes. Seriously, I can’t believe that I even have recipes other than cupcakes...Read More »