Month: June 2016

Don’t Trash It: Homemade Scrap-Bag Vegetable Stock

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All about how to make homemade vegetable stock or broth from months of saved veggie scraps. You know how people either composted their vegetable scraps or threw them in the trash?  I’ve got a much better and tastier idea:  Scrap-Bag stock, made from said scraps.  The best parts are that a) it’s pretty much free, …

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Eat Your Words: Crispy Baked Salt and Pepper Smoked Tofu with Cilantro Jalepeño Sauce

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You know when people quit smoking or find religion or whatever behavior or lifestyle change they’ve made,  and then become this completely annoying person that’s out to convert everyone else? That’s me with tofu. I’m a former tofu hater. Like, big time. All I knew about tofu is that my parents poured ginger syrup over …

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The Truffle Trend: Tricks of the Trade

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Since Celiacs  mainly eat junk food made with potatoes, corn, or rice flour, the taste and flavor profiles can get pretty same-old/same-old after a while. The two guilty pleaures that never get old?  Fresh, hot popcorn and crispy frites! A good friend of mine (who was a major foodie) recommended that I go to a …

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