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Homemade Gluten-Free Whole-Grain Soda Bread

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Doesn’t this photo send you straight to the kitchen? It's from my latest book, Gluten-Free Baking. If you are missing artisanal style breads, try your hand at this whole-grain soda bread. Soda breads translate well to gluten-free baking, and are easy to make. No yeast or kneading or rising time, just cut in some butter and then mix, shape and bake. 

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Two Bean and Sausage Chili
Cooking from the Cupboard

2.bean.chili.jpgHere’s an easy, robust, and even healthful gluten-free chili to make any evening you’re tight on time. I came up with it right after we returned from a few days of glorious, but very cold, hiking in Yosemite. I was busy catching up after our trip, and didn’t have time to get to a grocery store, so I trolled my cupboard and refrigerator to make dinner.

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Cranberry Ceviche

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This festive appetizer is a great recipe to have for the holiday season. It is a beautiful garnet color and delightfully tart, sweet, spicy, and salty all in one bite. We scooped up the ceviche with gluten-free blue corn tortilla chips, and six of us polished off the entire batch before dinner. 

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Last Minute Holiday Gifts Plus
Fudgy Ginger-Nut Meringues

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I have a few more gifts to tend to, but I’m determined to stay away from the malls during this last week before Christmas. Here are suggestions for three items that can be ordered to arrive in time and one extra special treat to prepare at home. 

 
Chocolate.Hazelnut.Ginger.Meringues.jpgFudgy Ginger-Nut Meringues
 
These naturally gluten-free goodies are crisp on the outside, gooey inside with a surprising hint of ginger. They are easy to make too. I’ve already baked one double batch; we took half to a dessert party, and stored the second half in a tin to serve to friends who stop in. Steve’s son was here the day I baked them, and many got eaten as we finished decorating our tree. The recipe is in my new book, Gluten-Free Baking, and I’ve included it at the end of this post. So keep reading.

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Soup for a Stormy Night
Kale, Mushroom, and Sausage Soup

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There is a big storm due in Los Angeles tonight, and I have the perfect recipe to keep you warm; it worked for us during the last downpour. This soup is so thick and comforting, you could call it a stew or even pasta fagioli

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