February 18, 2016 --- Leave a Comment
After almost three years of blogging about all things gluten-free, it’s time for a face lift! We wanted to let you know that you won’t see any recipes or posts for a bit while we give our site a bit of an overhaul. Check back in June for a new and improved Gluten-Free Family Foods!
In the mean time if there’s any special requests or things you’d really like to see, please let us know in the comments section. See you soon!
January 5, 2016 --- Leave a Comment
After the enjoyable excesses of food during the holidays (parties at home, parties abroad, calorie-freighted celebrations at Christmas and Chanukah), we made our family New Year’s resolution to begin eating more healthfully. I kicked the New Year off right with a festive but healthful family dinner using recipes from Cooking for your Gluten-Free Teen and […]
December 28, 2015 --- Leave a Comment
Another nice gift to take your host or hostess when invited for the holidays is chocolate in some form. Last week I suggested and gave a recipe for Chocolate Crème de Menthe Brownies packed in a nice new 9-inch baking pan. This week I’m offering a recipe for Chocolate Peppermint Bark that makes 4 nice […]
December 22, 2015 --- Leave a Comment
Whenever I go to friends and family for the holidays I like to bring a homemade food gift, something the host/hostess can prepare at their leisure. In past years I have brought cookie and brownie mixes in a quart Mason jar, festively wrapped. This year I thought, “Who needs another Mason jar?” That question lead […]
December 16, 2015 --- 2 Comments
Pork is a very traditional meat for our family and The Berghoff Restaurant, served in many ways. However, a roast is a cut of meat usually reserved for the home rather than the restaurant. (I can think of a couple exceptions that have been served at the restaurant: The Sauerbraten and the Pot Roast, both […]
December 11, 2015 --- Leave a Comment
When we are invited to the home of friends and relatives I like to bring a host or hostess gift as a way of saying thank you in advance (paying it forward in a nice way). Of course I always bring something homemade in my kitchen. One of my favorite gifts is flavored butter, a […]