Everywhere I venture there are signs of Fall insinuating themselves on a not quite ready me, unusual because it’s my favorite season. I’ll blame it on our non-summer, my excessive indulgence on vacation planning, and the trip itself which deposited me willing or not smack on […]
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If there was ever a salad season, Spring would be it. Baby veggies and greens are everywhere and the simple act of opening a food magazine has me craving salad more than I normally do. I’ve never lived above the 36th parallel north in my […]
Today is quite different than the past many months that I’ve posted. Today marks one of the very few times that I’ve baked a recipe for the Daring Bakers that isn’t classified as a sweet. And even more importantly? It’s the first gluten-free recipe as well. This month’s challenge of Lavash Crackers has been hosted by Natalie of Gluten A Go Go, and Shel of Musings From the Fishbowl. The recipe is from Peter Reinhart’s The Bread Baker’s Apprentice.
I definitely have that post for you today, but thought I’d put a local type of spin on it. Seriously local.
Ever had nopales? These Lavash Crackers with garlic, crushed red pepper flakes, and cumin can really take on a substantial salsa…