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Creamy Polenta with Kale and Fried Eggs

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This quick and easy gluten-free breakfast recipe is also satisfying for dinner. I like to make it at the end of a busy day when I don’t have time to shop or plan and don’t have much energy left for cooking. The polenta cooks to steaming creaminess in the microwave while I melt a heap of greens until almost tender and then fry eggs in the same skillet until crispy on the edges. For a burst of freshness, serve it with a zesty salsa fresca—herbs and shallot mixed with olive oil.

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Gluten-Free Pancakes with Peaches and Blueberries

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These gluten-free pancakes are light and packed with the toasty-sweet flavors of oats and whole grain corn flour. Topped with peaches and blueberries that have been gently simmered in Vermont maple syrup, they are especially suitable for breakfast on a summer weekend. They also happen to contain a good amount of bone strengthening calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D too. 

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Mexican Flatbreads (naturally gluten free)

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I’ve been obsessed with these Mexican flatbreads since learning to make them. Corn tortillas are cooked on a griddle until the bottoms are crisp and the cheese melts, flavored with a fragrant pesto, and topped with vibrant vegetables. They are fun to assemble, take only minutes to cook, and are addictive. I first served them, cut into wedges, as an appetizer at a birthday party for one of my gal pals. Since then, Steve and I have enjoyed this friendly finger food for lunch on a hot weekend afternoon, and I’ve whipped them up for quick snacks.

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Cheesecake with Blueberry Sauce for Fathers

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Father’s Day snuck up on me, and I’ve got to plan a meal for Steve right away. Of course, he’s not my father, but I’m the cook in the family, and his son Ethan usually joins us for supper on Sunday evenings. The two guys will go to a film, and then return home for something good to eat. Inspired by the summer berries in the markets now, I quickly decided on the dessert: this marvelously creamy, but not-cloyingly-rich Cheesecake with Blueberry Sauce.

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Biking in the Dordogne
Wild Mushroom Omelets

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Steve and I recently returned from a biking trip in the Dordogne region of France. We pedaled through the beautiful countryside which was adorned with newly opened red poppies and 

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