Kelsey Ganes

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A recent graduate of the University of Washington, Kelsey has been a foodie since she first picked up a cookbook at the ripe old age of 9. When she is not experimenting in the kitchen or tracking down Seattle's coolest new restaurant, she is behind the lens of a Canon dSLR, photographing everything that crosses her path.

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August 14, 2011

chocolate cake

Too hot to bake? No problem! Here are 5 simply delicious no-bake desserts that are gluten free and perfect for summer. Flourless Chocolate Cake With espresso and allspice, the ultimate chocolate...

August 13, 2011

boeuf burguignon

A classic French dish, beef burgundy basically boils down (no pun intended) to beef stewed in Burgundy wine until melt in your mouth tender. Of course, Julia Child's version is a little bit more...

August 12, 2011

sole meuniere

One of Julia Child's favorite dishes, Sole Meunière is a simple, elegant meal -- now, gluten free! Sole is an incredibly filet of fish, thin, mildly flavored and perfectly paired with light...

August 12, 2011

olives

Happy Friday Folks! Here are my 5 recipe picks of the week, including an adaptation of Julia Child's famous Ratatouille recipe and some kick-butt olive bread - yum! Whole Grain Olive Bread From...

August 12, 2011

tortillas

Gluten free flour tortillas are an elusive creature: a staple around the world, flour tortillas can be sweet or savory, a sandwich bun, appetizer, pizza crust-- you name it, a flour tortilla could...

August 12, 2011

sealant sauces

These super nifty sauces are a must-have for anyone into grilling! Sold in a container designed after caulk and sealant dispensers, ketchip, mustard and mayo are currently at your disposal! Designed...

August 11, 2011

Anti Theft Lunch Bag

Never worry about your lunch being jacked again! The Anti-Theft Lunch Bag prevents sticky-fingered coworkers and lunch time bullies - these super cool ziploc-style bags are printed with faux-mold on...

August 11, 2011

martini

Julia Child's favorite cocktail, the upside down martini, is a straight-up combination of French vermouth and gin. Served alternately in a cocktail glass or on the rocks, this elegant drink will...

August 11, 2011

Cherries

Juicy, sweet and with as many varieties as you can imagine - perfect for baking, cooking and eating by the bucketfull -- and making into cocktails! Cherries are the perfect combination of sweet and...

August 10, 2011

chocolate truffles

Chocolate is the ultimate (gluten free!) comfort food - something about the chemistry of the cocoa bean triggers serious happiness hormones! Any chocolate-lover knows that boutique truffles are the...

August 10, 2011

tacos

A favorite summertime spirit, tequila is for more than just margaritas! From appetizers to entrees, sauces and sides, tequila can be the body of a marinade or that subtle hint in a pasta dish. Be...

August 9, 2011

cheese burger

New York Times food writer Mark Bittman gives a fiery and inspired talk on what's wrong with the American diet. He lays out our pitfalls -- too much meat, too little plants, too much processed...

August 9, 2011

apricots

The cobbler's simple, country cousin, crisps are a tasty way to use fresh, seasonal fruit that will showcase their natural sweetness and flavor. Ready in a flash, a crisp is essentially fruit...

August 9, 2011

blueberries

With blueberry season drawing to a close, pick up a last few pints and start baking - gluten free, of course! From breakfast & brunch to cakes and chocolates (yum!), blueberries pair well with...

August 9, 2011

grilled tequila shrimp

From tequila to whiskey and rum, the possibilities are endless for tenderizing your beef, chicken or seafood in a cocktail-esque marinade! All gluten free and dairy free, these 5 recipes will excite...

August 8, 2011

falafel

What better way to celebrate the end of summer than with allergy friendly meals? These amazing starters and entrees are super tasty and allergy friendly: vegetarian, gluten and dairy free, eggless,...

August 8, 2011

sage tomato parmesan

This naturally gluten free & Mediterranean inspired dish is perfect for summer! Using fresh herbs, tomatoes and balsamic vinegar -- all the flavors of summer in one simple, elegant entree. Pasta...

August 8, 2011

zucchini bread

One of my favorite summer time breads, gluten free zucchini bread is healthy, tasty and an excellent way to use up those bushels of garden-fresh zucchini! Packed with fiber, at least two of your...

August 7, 2011

new york city

Do you ever wonder where food comes from? I'm not talking about the farming and agriculture process or the horrors of the meat packing industry - I mean how does food get from there to here? Most...

August 7, 2011

ravioli

As many of you know by know, gluten free ravioli is extremely hard to come by -- and when you can find it in your grocer's freezer, you may have heart palpitations as a result of sticker shock. (...

August 7, 2011

beet salad

Nothing says summer like fresh, hearty (gluten free!) salads! When it's too hot to cook, why not ditch the stove and oven in favor of a salad spinner? Here are 5 sensational summer salads that...

August 6, 2011

eggplant

Happy Saturday Celiac peeps! With fresh eggplant cropping up at farmer's markets and grocery stores across the country, let's capitalize on this seasonal treat! We probably all familiar with...

August 6, 2011

chocolate truffles

Happy Saturday! Hope everyone is enjoying the summer sunshine and have the best possible weekend - and for those of us in Seattle, don't forget to get out there and enjoy SeaFair! Here are 5...

August 6, 2011

insalata caprese basil tomato mozzarella

Basil, the quintessential Italian herb, is actually a native of India. With more than a dozen varieties, like most herbs basil is a sold both fresh and dried, although the flavor profiles of each are...

August 5, 2011

green curry

Naturally gluten free, Thai curries are much easier to make at home than you would think! Red, yellow, green, Panang -- all curries, and with all the same essential ingredients, but those subtle...

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