Whether you see stuffing as a Thanksgiving treasure or year-round staple of life, there’s no need to give up the seasoned side dish just because you’re on a gluten-free diet. You can substitute wheat-based bread crumbs with a number of allergen-free alternatives in order to produce a yummy feast the whole family will be able to enjoy. Nowadays, you really can have your stuffing and eat it, too.
Whether you prefer savory or sweet, muffins are one of the easiest and best quick-bread foods you can bake. To produce a great product, you don’t need a lot of time, culinary know-how or fancy ingredients. Even when you’re dealing with gluten-free recipes, the results can be fabulous every time.
If you make your own beer, have a home bar or use kids for another reason, having a beer tap is important. But, beer taps are much more than just a practical tool. Instead, they are a great way to be unique or to fit in with a theme. You can find a wide range of simple and complex beer tap handles at various stores. However, if you want something a little more unique, Etsy is a great place to turn.
If you’ve spent any time browsing the internet (or Pinterest), you’ll have noticed that there is a huge range of food blogs. Many of these have amazing and unique recipes. In fact, I’ve featured many examples of those recipes on this site, including gluten free dessert recipes, green smoothies and food-inspired cocktails. But, food blogs often post complex recipes that will serve a whole family. That’s great if you have a good kitchen to play with, a cupboard full of ingredients and a family to feed.
Coffee sleeve. Mug hugger. Paper zarf. Coffee cozy/coozie. Even if you don’t recognize it by name, this handy accessory to the takeout cup of coffee is ubiquitous as it is functional.
It is meant to assist in insulating both hot and cold drinks in disposable or reusable cups and keep them at the optimum temperature while you sip. They also protect your hand from the blazing temperature some folks like their coffee to be. Many are disposable, often with the logo of the coffee shop (ahem… looking at you Starbucks) emblazoned on them.