Ok, I love potatoes and appetizers so when I saw this little bite at the Verizon event I was at last week I almost sqee’ed. I struggle finding the carb based appetizers now that I am gluten free and had to take a picture for analysis;).
It looks like it is a slice of fingerling potatoes topped with a mixture that might be in a twice baked potato. Then it was baked and topped with a touch of sour cream and chives.
I am going to have to try this but I might not make it quite so small. It is so cute!
Even us gluten free peeps can bring snacks to share!
These are leftover donuts that I brought to my homeschooling meetings. I made them last night so I popped them in the church microwave and sprinkled a little fresh powdered sugar on them.
I really try not to eat in airports. I find them pricey and usually not that good. Add to that my wheat free diet and I have issues. But I had a fair amount of time in the Nashville airport and I spotted the Real Nashville. Little did I know that it would be the last time I would get a chance to eat until 12 hours later;). It was ok, not as good as I hoped but better than I expected;).
This was our Valentine’s Day dinner! We had bacon wrapped Filet, lobster tail, broccoli and Brazilian Cheese Rolls.
I think there is not a dish more perfect than a simple dish of roasted red potatoes. To call it a recipe seems wrong but this is how I do it. I take red potatoes and cut them up. Place them in a baking dish. Season them generously with Pappy’s seasoning (or any seasoning blend you like). Douse with oil and toss them all together. Place in a 400 degree oven for 1 hour. Cheap and easy.
This is a great gluten free throw together dish on a weeknight It is a little spicy and satisfying!! Nom nom.
2 packages of rice noodles
3 8 oz packages of Farmer John sausage links (we are a meat heavy family)
1 10oz package of frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
2 tsp salt
1 tbls dehydrated onion
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp minced garlic
Prepare the noodles (soak them in boiling water, then rinse them in cold water and drain). Crumble and fry spinach. Do not drain!!! Throw in onion and garlic. Then toss in noodles and stir. Coat the noodles in the sausage and oil from the sausage. Then add the salt and paprika. Stir again. Then add the spinach. Toss and continue to cook until it is all heated through. Then serve.
So easy! So good!
And I am home from CES! So my first home cooked dinner was a steak bowl! It was made with leftover steak, rice, broccoli, a little shredded cheese and taco sauce. The magic with the steak is to originally cook it only to rare. Then when you reheat the steak it is perfect! So the last time we had made steak we cooked a little extra.
Yummy and so very easy!
Tonight we Zuppa Toscana knock off soup with tapioca cheese biscuits (I will put that recipe up this week). I did switch out the kale with fresh spinach!
Ok, I said I would try to do a picture a day but I didn’t promise they would be great food;). Today was a Starbucks kind of day!
So tonight we stopped at Red Robin in Turlock on the way home from the family Christmas celebration.
Did you know that they have a gluten free menu? I got a mushroom burger on a gluten free Udi’s bun. It was pretty good! I should have gotten mayo on it though;). I got the fries without the seasoning (the seasoning has gluten;). The strawberry daiquiri helped with the slightly dry bun;).