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Dairy Free Dinner Rolls?

I use this recipe to make rolls. They are very simple, but are tasty and require no special ingredients.

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/amish-wh...

Nov 23, 2013
sulbin in Home Cooking

Need ideas of using cooked ham for dinner (not scalloped)

Denver omlettes

Deviled egg and ham salad (sandwich for him, scooped with veg for you).

Ham fried rice (sub grated cauliflower for low carb)

Apr 12, 2013
sulbin in Home Cooking

What's your favorite make-ahead appetizer? Dairy Free!

2nd the deviled eggs. It will be served everybody is tired of hard boiled eggs. Great for low carb, also dairy free. You could get non-traditional stuffing if you like.

Mar 28, 2013
sulbin in Home Cooking

Pizza Toppings

Taco pizza, with a spicy sauce and a cornmeal crust. Yum.

Jan 06, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

Make me a sandwich...

Cream cheese, pear and a blue sounds great. Never thought of it! Thanks.

Jan 03, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

Make me a sandwich...

Thanks to all who replied. I'm happy to see so many sweet and salty ideas. My picky husband is even excited to try some of these ideas.

I, of course, am happy to try many of them. Gouda, Bacon, simple chicken salad, I will have a happy tummy for weeks!

Jan 03, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

Make me a sandwich...

Though I make my own croutons, I would have never thought if using this type of bread! Thanks!

Jan 03, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

Make me a sandwich...

Don't you dare apologize. Too funny.

Jan 03, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

What's the worst generic food ever?

Cheese. Nothing worse then crappy cheese.

Jan 02, 2011
sulbin in General Topics

Make me a sandwich...

I am gluten free and recently bought cinnamon raisin bread. I'm happy to eat it toasted with butter, but I'm also interested in incorporating it into a sandwich.

Sweet or savory.

Other, non-sandwich uses welcome.

Thanks in advance!

Jan 02, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

gluten free mac 'n cheese

Yep. I use tinkyada pasta. Don't forget, you'll probably need some GF flour to make a roux as well. I use Bob's Red Mill GF flour when it's just for a couple of tablespoons/as a thickner.

Sorry that I can't offer a recipe, as I haven't found a great one I love. I will be keeping track of this post though!

Jan 01, 2011
sulbin in Home Cooking

Dessert Recipe Ideas for Diabetics. Need for New Years Eve

Cheese plate and small pieces of really great chocolate and fruit.

Cheesecake make with a nut crust and sugar substitute.

Dec 29, 2010
sulbin in Home Cooking

Do you eat dinner for breakfast?

I try not to eat too many carbs (medical reason). I also wake up hungry, and have no problem eating non-traditional or traditional American breakfast foods. I often have bacon and eggs, sausage and a cheese stick, apples and peanut butter, cheeseburgers, tacos, chili, cold leftover chicken or steak; Basically, whatever I can find in the fridge.

Dec 29, 2010
sulbin in General Topics

Fatty, filling bean dishes?

Second C Oliver's suggestion. I came back to suggest quinoa. It cooks very quickly, is inexpensive, has protein.

Gives a different texture then rice. We use it for stir fry, make it into a salad (in place of rice salad), add it to soups. Yum.

Dec 29, 2010
sulbin in Home Cooking

Fatty, filling bean dishes?

Peppers stuffed with beans, rice and little meat, tomatoes, and a sprinkle of cheese. Enchiladas with beans, cheese, vegetables, served with rice. Quesadillas. Easy to make and use up just a little bit of leftover meat.

I'm a huge supporter of buying big pieces of meat when they are on sale. The less the meat is processed (skinned, boned, 1 cut of meat) the less expensive it is generally.

Dec 29, 2010
sulbin in Home Cooking

What's for Dinner XXVI

Steak fajitas. No sides tonight because I'm saving up room for dessert. Maybe Tillamook ice cream over a gluten free brownie, however, I'm thinking I need a banana split. Haven't had one of those in about 6 years or more!

Apr 12, 2010
sulbin in Home Cooking

What's for Dinner XXVI

Pan fried steak with compound butter. Butter has parmesan cheese, sun dried tomatoes, garlic and spicy oregano. Served with mashed potatoes and a green salad.

Apr 10, 2010
sulbin in Home Cooking

What's so special about Burgerville?

The Hotdog Stand.

It's behind the main Aberdeen Fire Station. It's worth the drive.

Feb 28, 2008
sulbin in Pacific Northwest

Great Food Products in Washington

Cougar gold is a must. Sharp... a little grainy... PERFECT!

Feb 27, 2008
sulbin in Pacific Northwest

What's so special about Burgerville?

I love Dick's, In and out, and Burgerville.

I like that Burgerville is trying to be green. They make and effort to buy from sustainable, local farmers. Their products are in season only, or they take them off the menu (I've had burgers without tomatoes when tomatoes were not looking good... I'll take that over a green tomato just because it's on the menu!).

Their eggs are cage-free. Beef is hormone free. Their vegetarian entrees are cooked on a seperate grill from their meat. They pay competative wages. They give back to their community.

That being said, their fruit drinks are not that great (I agree they have a LOT of seeds). They are expensive, but not too bad if you are used to buying organic or free-range products.

The best burger I've found is in Aberdeen, Washington (up on the mid-coast of Washington). They make their own marinade. Tillamook Cheddar. Thick pickle slice. Friendly service.

Tell me when you find a decent local (Portland/Vancouver) burger.

Feb 27, 2008
sulbin in Pacific Northwest