Monthly Archives: August 2013
If you had to associate any dish with Spain most people would say that the most well know is Paella. This vibrant coloured rise dish is perfect for any celebration or even as a special treat. The best thing about this dish is that it is gluten free. Every family have a different way of making this dish. I was taught by my Grandmother, who was taught by an old Spanish lady, how to make this. Over the years I have adapted the way in which it is made to suit my cooking style. Read the rest of this entry
There is something really comforting about a pasta bake. It does not matter what time of year it I love to make a hearty pasta bake, and they can be as heavy or as light as you want to make them. I have no idea why people use the stuff out of the jars when it is so easy to make either a tomato or a white sauce. Read the rest of this entry
One of my many food loves is Spanish cuisine. It might have something to do with spending a lot of time in Spain, as I have family there, but I think the real reason that I love it so much is because of the colours and how the food tastes. Read the rest of this entry
For many, pasta is a staple food and the beauty of it, is that it’s a quick and easy food to prepare. When it’s not dressed up with loads of sauce one of my many guilty pleasures is pasta with some black pepper and cheese sprinkled on.
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Last week I launched the Lincolnshire Co-operative’s guest bloggers site with my gluten free macaroni and cheese recipe. One of the many reasons that I started blogging about gluten free food is because I wanted to share my love of food, cookery and baking with those who not only follow a gluten free diet, but also those who love food as much as I do. Read the rest of this entry
I do like a baking challenge, but this gluten free, dairy and egg free cake really challenged my baking skill and knowledge to the max. Read the rest of this entry