Tag Archives: Annalise Roberts

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Gluten-Free Pumpkin Roll For The Holidays

Sub-title: A lesson about xanthan gum in gluten-free baking. I ‘ve had many requests for a gluten-free pumpkin roll recipe over the years. People typically ask me to help them convert a treasured family recipe for it right around mid-October. I didn’t catch on at first because the requests trickled in a little at a time, but after about six years, I finally noticed a distinct pattern – almost every recipe was the same. The quantity and combination of spices […]

The Wild West Days of Celiac

The Wild West Days of Celiac

Most of you who’ve heard me speak, or taken a class with me, or use the recipes and advice in my cookbooks, my foodphilosopher.com website, or here on this blog, know that I find it difficult to say much of anything in just a few words. Perhaps that is the philosopher in me, but I love the luxury of more leisurely writing. I like to linger over my thoughts and I like having the time to play with my words […]

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Gluten-free Wraps from Toufayan Bakeries

Every now and then a new gluten-free product shows up in the grocery store that surprises the hell out of me. Several weeks ago when our family was on vacation, my son Alex bought a package of Toufayan Gluten-free Wraps at the local Publix grocery store while he was helping to stock our away-from-home kitchen. For some reason, neither of us had seen this particular product before. It was almost like the company was quietly, almost shyly offering them up […]

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Sugar Crunchies and Friends

One of the many wonderful things about doing what I do is being able to correspond with the kind, caring and interesting people who write to me. I really do feel like I have friends all over the world even though I haven’t actually met many of them face to face. The list is long and it would be hard for me to name them all here, but one thing is for sure, I know their emails as soon as […]