This is what I do on my day off…

So many ingredients for Gluten free bread

My new mixer. What should we name her?

Dan Lepard’s Gluten Free White Bread  – resting

Jeanne’s (@fourchickens) Sourdough

White Bread Rising!

1 batch of English Muffins in a pan

Making some English Muffins in the skillet

The sourdough WON’T stop growing!

English Muffins – millet, sorghum, brown rice, potato starch, tapioca starch

Oh, how I’ve missed you…

Holey Bread. So yum.

Can’t wait to toast this.

Sourdough monster – I don’t have a Dutch oven so I used my high sided round pan

Sourdough – delish with garlic butter

Getting ready to BBQ on the deck

The neighbour dog taking herself for a walk

Chicken Thighs, Grilled Broccoli and Cauliflower, Carrots, Onions, Peppers in Sundried Tomato Basil Pesto

Buffalo Wing and BBQ

Grilled Veggies
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5 thoughts on “This is what I do on my day off…

  1. I made them out of foil. Sprayed them and they didn't stick. They weren't really necessary as my batter was thick but I think they helped a little.

    You can buy the rings online at http://www.goldaskitchen.com or visit their store. Amazon as well. Golda's is by the 401 and Hurontario or Mavis. Somewhere around there.

    I would think that maybe that fun kitchen store in the St Lawrence market would have them as well.

  2. The English Muffins and the Sourdough both get my vote. Where can we find the recipes???!!!! I have a recipe for English Muffins on my blog as well, but I'd love to try your grain combo. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mine is actually very similar to yours, Ellen but is doubled. I usually use Annalise's Bread Mix A or B but was out of cornstarch so I modified with rice flour. A little bit more of each ingredient plus baking soda. I find I like the skillet cooked ones much better since they seem like a classic muffin. I will be putting up a recipe soon, the way I am eating through this batch!

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