There are some tasty looking gluten-free recipes in the October 2013 Food & Wine. Our favorite main dishes included the Four-Spice Duck Breast with Carrots and the Bratwurst with Mustardy Fried Potatoes and Braised Cabbage (can a recipe get any more fall than that?). The Coq au Riesling was listed as a staff favorite and we can’t wait to try it. Add coconut oil instead of butter and full-fat coconut cream instead of creme fraiche at the end if you’d like a dairy free version (though it will definitely change the flavor). It takes six hours to soak the rice in the Grilled Pork with Coconut Rice and Lemongrass Sambal, but it’s a nice change from the plain old rice that many a gluten-intolerant person eats day in, day out. Speaking of jazzed up rice, the Iberian Ham and Artichoke Rice might be just the ticket for a Spanish-themed GF dinner party. Continue reading
Food magazines are your porn. They feel like silk and smell like heaven. You’ve been caught many a time rubbing the inner pages of a Bon Appetit against your cheek (it has the softest paper) or breathing the scent from deep within a Saveur.
When you first went gluten-free, you didn’t panic thinking about all of the Christmas cookies you couldn’t bake. That ordering a pizza might out of the question – forever. That a buttery croissant melting on your tongue was a thing of the past. No, those things hardly phased you at all. In fact, you were excited. You were excited to feel better.
It wasn’t until several days later, when the latest issue of Food & Wine appeared in your mailbox, that you finally panicked. You panicked hard. Were you going to have to give up your beloved magazines? Would their gluten-filled pages, their articles on craft beers and recipes ending with “serve with a crusty French bread,” their heavy reliance on pasta and pies, roux and puff pastry, be too much for you to handle?