My home has always been filled with the happy sounds of cooking and baking. Years ago when I first learned I had to live gluten free, I feared my kitchen would be silent. But thanks to culinary pioneers like Beth Hillson (founder of Gluten-Free Pantry), Bette Hagman (the original gluten-free gourmet cookbook author) and Steven Rice (founder of Authentic Foods), I figured out how to adapt all the traditional recipes from my culinary training so that I could enjoy them once more. These recipes are my most requested, the tasty gluten-free, dairy-free results of years of happy collaboration. And that’s music to my ears.
A lackluster midday meal can throw off your whole afternoon. What’s your best defense? Rebooting lunchtime with forward-thinking recipes for healthy eating all week long. These recipes will help you say goodbye to #sadlunches. Designed to be made ahead, just grab ‘em and go before bolting out the door.
The paleo diet and the keto diet aren’t supposed to be all meat, butter and eggs. To maximize nutrition, protein should be balanced with plenty of non-starchy vegetables. Filling your plate with colorful vegetables and healthy fats leads the way to good health.
I have a romance with Asian food. I crave Thai dishes with bright citrus flavors, savory spices and fresh crisp vegetables. When I go out with friends who can order anything off the menu, I have to admit, I’m jealous. Although many Asian restaurants try, they often have a hard time guaranteeing a gluten-free menu without eliminating some of the best dishes. So it’s back to my kitchen.
With flip-flop season in full swing, it’s officially eat-outside season. So head to the park, the hiking trail or the beach with a picnic basket and blanket and enjoy a tasty meal with friends and family. This delicious menu is easy to prepare ahead and it travels well. It’s guaranteed to make picnicking a highlight of your summer. P.S. Don’t forget the sunscreen.
If someone in your household has decided to adopt a plant-based diet, we’re here to help with tips and recipe ideas, like these tasty grilled kebabs. Served with an easy herbed quinoa pilaf, kebabs provide the family cook with enough flexibility to deliciously accommodate everyone’s dietary needs. It’s easy to prepare these veggie kebabs for your vegan, along with any other type of kebabs, whether poultry, seafood, beef, pork, tofu or tempeh, for the rest of the family. And everyone enjoys a delicious, well-balanced meal without doubling your workload.
Has someone in your household gone vegan? You’re not alone. Vegan and vegetarian lifestyles and food choices are trending among millennials. They’re eating more plant-based meals than any generation before them. What’s the gluten-free cook to do when there’s a vegan in the house? Arm yourself with delicious and nutritious recipes like this one. You can keep the whole family well fed without doubling the workload.
Summer and picnics go hand-in-hand and these fresh, portable recipes are just what you need for an easy, delicious meal outside. These salads need no meat or dairy ingredients—unless you want to add them—and they stay yummy when transported in a cooler. Slices of Lemon Pound Cake are a perfect solution for a no-fuss dessert—no plates or forks needed! Enjoy these easy recipes at your next outdoor gathering.
Why be cooped up in the kitchen? These warmer days and nights are the perfect excuse to cook outdoors. And there’s almost no food that isn’t made better on the grill. Grilling is so versatile. Think beyond the usual suspects (burgers, hot dogs, chicken breasts) and use your grill to make tacos, salad and even soup. These recipes, which break away from hamburger’s long shadow, are guaranteed to get you all fired up.
Since its inception in Providence, RI, over 40 years ago, Johnson & Wales has become a world leader in culinary education. At its campuses in North Miami, FL, Denver, CO, and Charlotte, NC, culinary students learn the techniques of making healthy, nutritious meals.