Get ready to celebrate Purim with these delicious Hamentashen, a filled Jewish cookie that you can now enjoy gluten free! This adapted recipe calls for prune and apricot filling, but you can replace it with whatever filling you love most. Original recipe makes 2 dozen 10 pitted prunes 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts 2 tablespoons [Read More...]
Po Boys are a unique sandwich from New Orleans and are wonderful to eat…. for those of us who can’t do gluten, we can still make them at home, using our Better Batter products! This version contains shrimp, lettuce, tomato and our secret Cajun sauce on a Leidenheimer bread copycat. Your mouth will do a [Read More...]
Poutine is Canadian comfort food at its best. Rich, thick and savory gravy and fresh cheese curds smother fresh-cut fries. Naomi watched her friends eat this great dish in Toronto but could never try it, because the gravy was always thickened with flour, so she brought the inspiration home and whipped it up for herself. [Read More...]
One of the hottest book series of the decade has been the Hunger Games Trilogy. Serious action and heartbreak… and so many descriptions of great food that it’s inspired the blogosphere to try and capture a taste. This is our version of Katness’s favorite dish in the Capital – a lovely lamb and prune stew, [Read More...]
Almost everyone who visits Jamaica has come back with fond memories of ‘patee’ purchased from a local street vendor. While we wont make any claims to authenticity, Naomi’s version of this recipe will give you a close approximation of the much loved Carribean street pastry, lightly flavored with curry and filled with a spicy, saucy [Read More...]
Naan is a sweet, buttery flat-bread that is perfect for sopping up all the well-spiced juices from Indian curries and dishes. We also like to take naan and use it for sandwich wraps.