If I were wondering the dessert for forty years, I’d want pickled eggs. And since vinegar changes the egg without the egg losing all it’s glory, it seems a good symbol to add to my Passover Seder.
My favorite part of creating a cuisine for a fictional world is how it pushes Alan and me to create something new from something familiar. And for… Read more “Cocoa Coffee Braised Brisket”
What are Hamantaschen? The short answer: they’re triangular-shaped, stuffed cookies. The long answer: they are the traditional dessert for Purim, one of the lesser known and most… Read more “Gluten-free Almond Chocolate Chip Hamantaschen”
A longer time ago than I’m willing to admit, I first learned how to bake with my father. And the first thing I baked—Toll House® chocolate chip… Read more “Gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookies”
Chanukah is about oil, and what better way to celebrate it than by frying food in oil! This year my family made this gluten-free fritter for the holiday, which was inspired by my fantasy world of Awan.
Unlike last week’s recipe for cranberry hazelnut tart, which is a blend of tribal influences, this recipe is very Asa. In lieu of chicken soup, the Jewish… Read more “Turkey Soup”
Not only do I have a new gluten-free dessert for Thanksgiving, I also have a great story to tell. Normally, after I introduce a new tribe on… Read more “Gluten-free Cranberry Hazelnut Tart”