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Entries from November 2003
Gluten-free Jelly Roll, page 122 As a child I remember my older brother going through a baking phase and discovering the joy of making a Jelly Roll from the Betty Crocker cookbook. Not only were they fun to eat but also fun to make. Bette Hagman’s gluten-free version is just as fun and tasty too! […]Continue Reading
Regency Bars, page 132 When I was growing up, my mom had a bar cookie recipe that was our family’s favorite. It was from a newspaper clipping and they were called Merengue Bars. To our dismay, the recipe went missing. Little did we know that years later Bette would come to the rescue. As I […]Continue Reading
My parents were transferred from Toronto, Canada to Fayetteville, Arkansas in April of this year. Long story short: Wal-Mart. My dad works for the Wal-Mart empire, and now works on its mother ship. So, now I get to visit Arkansas. In their new neighborhood, my parents discovered a legendary grist mill called War Eagle. My […]Continue Reading
This past summer I went camping with some new friends. One of them, Terry, happened to be the gourmande of the group. Upon explaining my diet situation, Terry told me over her fireside read of Food & Wine magazine that she had a flourless granola bar recipe. I made them last Saturday morning, adding a […]Continue Reading
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