I’m posting this at Josh’s request, even though I haven’t made it for a while and I’m not that sure of the recipe. I’d usually rather make a recipe right when I’m posting it, to see if this is actually what I do. Josh – please let me know if you make this, and how I should change the recipe, or confirm that it’s good. Also, send me a picture. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Coffee Cake”
Chicken Soup (actually Chicken Broth)
This is David Greenberg’s recipe, with my commentary.
- Chicken bones
- Most of the head of celery including the middle and leaves Continue reading “Chicken Soup (actually Chicken Broth)”
Special request of Rivka, this recipe can be made with or without gluten. The apple part is naturally gluten-free, and then you can choose which topping to make. My recipe is inspired by the Joy of Cooking.
Pesadich Brownies (AKA Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake)
Only four ingredients – this definitely qualifies as food! Here is the original recipe from Rabbi David Booth, followed by my notes from making many, many batches of these.
1 cup sugar
7 oz semi-sweet chocolate / chocolate chips
1 stick butter or margarine. Continue reading “Pesadich Brownies (AKA Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake)”
Gluten-Free Challah (version 1)
This is my standard challah recipe that I make every Friday for Shabbat. After a year or two of experimenting and baking challot that Josh barely tolerated and most of us didn’t touch, I tried a recipe from a bag of Potato Starch (Bob’s Red Mill) that was pretty good. I made a few changes, and eventually it evolved into our regular Friday night fare, and everyone has been happy with it. Later I’ll post the challah I make for the gluten contingent of the family. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Challah (version 1)”