Tag Archives: Annalise Roberts

Gluten-Free Pecan Pie Bars and No Good, Very Bad Super Storm

  I meant to write about my recipe for pecan pie bars at the beginning of last week but I was punched down by a super-storm. We lost electric power for eight long days and nights. I lit candles and walked around with a flashlight. I ate pasta more times in a week than I usually do in three months (it’s easy to cook on a gas stove top). I drank hot chocolate with marshmallows every single day (yes, really). […]

The Great Pumpkin Mishap and Caribbean Pumpkin Soup (vegan and gluten-free)

  It all started when I impulsively bought a couple of cute new rust-orange dishtowels covered with little pumpkins to help usher in the autumn season. I threw them in the washer with a small load of white laundry by mistake. Well, you know what happened. One of my favorite white wear-around-the-house-shirts, two of my husband’s white workout tee shirts, five pairs of our white gym socks, and a couple pairs of his tighty-whities came out a lovely shade of […]

Gluten-Free Clafoutis and A Belated Happy Birthday Julia!

Ok, so I’m a little late. I didn’t forget. I’ve just been caught up in the frenzy that accompanies the shopping and packing of getting two kids off to college. Colleges that are hundreds of miles from home and involve airplane travel and concern about pilot strikes and hurricanes. But there is one thing I won’t have to worry about. Remember last August when I drove Alex (my oldest son) to LaGuardia Airport in New York City and my sunroof […]

What Do the Flours in Your Gluten-Free Mixes Weigh?

  Here we are in the dog days of summer and I’ve been thinking about baking. In the past year, I’ve received more than the usual number of inquiries asking me how much the gluten-free flours that  I use in my gluten-free flour mixes actually weigh. And so I’m finally going to put the weights, along with an explanation, here as a blog post for anyone who’s interested (I had already posted most of them in a less detailed response […]