Ummm, welcome?

People of internet land, welcome to my little corner of the blogosphere. I’m not really all that used to visitors around here, except for Jeanine from The Baking Beauties and well, my mom.   My recipes are here, mostly for my own use, so that I have a place to keep  them and to refer back to while I cook. I know that my photos aren’t the greatest since I take them too fast and the lack of creative art design is apparent.

Jeanine was nominated for a Links assignment that is going around right now and she then nominated me as one of her 7 bloggers to do this next.  I love Jeanine’s blog. I’ve made a number of her recipes and even adopted her for Adopt a GF Blogger 

So here goes…

Most Beautiful Post

Fried Chicken Well, oven fried chicken. So what if there is a crumb down by the bottom right corner. I still tried to take a nice photo with a black background. It’s about as fancy as I get. It’s crunchy and crisp and tastes fantastic cold the next day. It’s perfect for picnics.

Most Popular

Everyones loves biscuits. And these are a nice rustic biscuit. King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Biscuits  are definitely the most popular post here. Maybe it’s people searching for King Arthur Flour, maybe not. But they are good. Not a light fluffy one like my Duinkerken  ones but delicious anyways.

Most Controversial
Me? Controversy? I’m sorry. I searched and searched and I’ve got NUTHIN’!!! So I’m creating my own. Beer Battered Fish and Chips What kind of beer to use? Redbridge? Bard’s? Green’s? New Grist? La Messagere? Estrella Damm Daura? Or maybe skip the beer and add some soda water? Or plain water? Oh boy, the drama….
Most Helpful

Tips and tricks on making these crackers are what make this helpful. Sesame Crackers These are just so darn tasty. They don’t last the afternoon with me.

Successful Surprise

Greek Salad Dressing is pretty popular around here. It’s naturally GF and super yummy. Add some feta, olives, tomatoes and cucumbers and you’re all set!

Post that Didn’t get the Attention it Deserved


Another naturally GF item. Vintage Lemonade 3 ingredients. Peel lemons and squeeze, keep separate, add sugar, add boiling water. Cool, then mix. That’s the short form version. It’s a smooth lemonade, perfect for summer or the base of other citrus drinks. It’s really not like any other lemonade you’ve had. It’s been up for over 1 1/2 years but only viewed 23 times. Wonder how many of those views were me?

Post You’re Most Proud Of
Lattice. On a Gluten Free Pie. Gluten Free Caramel Apple Pie Two recipes in one. Fantastic workable pie crust and my favourite caramel apple pie. It doesn’t get any better than this.
I hope you’ve enjoyed some of these recipes and I hope you’ll stick around. 

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