Tag Archives: Annalise Roberts

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GLUTEN-FREE COFFEE CAKE with PUMPKIN FILLING and STREUSEL CRUMB TOPPING

The leaves are gently falling here in the northeast, and the golden-hued days are quickly turning into chilly evenings. It’s time to light a fire in the fireplace and do a little autumn baking. You might have noticed that the farm stands are still filled with crisp apples and fresh cider. How about making some apple cider doughnuts? Or you can go big with some bright orange pumpkins (or canned puree)! Make an elegant pumpkin roll,  or smile-inducing pumpkin bars. And don’t […]

Yellow Pepper Chipotle Coulis and “Kitchen Accomplice”

I’ve long been a fan of More Than Gourmet, the Ohio based company that, years ago, created a diverse line of classic gluten-free glaces, demi-glaces, broths, and stocks. They understood that “gluten-free” was not just a fad, and they were the first American company to actually produce and market gluten-free items in this category. In fact, they were way ahead of the gluten-free frenzy we’re now seeing in the marketplace (as other food companies that didn’t “get it” before, play […]

Gluten-Free Hummingbird Cake

  It all started so casually with a simple question: “Ever had hummingbird cake?” An image of four and twenty blackbirds in a pie immediately started to swirl through my mind. But I knew that wasn’t the correct answer. No, I’d never even heard of it. Kathleen Cwirko, the talented stylist who helped to orchestrate the photo shoots for my upcoming cookbook gave me a quick smile and wrote down the name of the cake on a little piece of […]

The Gluten-Free-Bread Baking-with-Psyllium-Husks-Powder Test

If my email box is any indictor, some of you have been wondering if psyllium husk REALLY is the next best thing since sliced gluten-free bread. This bulk laxative, fiber supplement, and colon cleanser is produced from the seed of the Plantago plant (a plant that has a long history of medicinal use here on earth). I wondered about it, too, especially since several cookbook writers and many bloggers started using it a couple of years ago to replace xanthan […]

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