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These pumpkin pancakes started out, oddly enough, as an early spring craving that I just couldn't kick.  Experimenting with a small batch, I soon found myself in a friendly squabble to wrest them away from my son, who agreed that these pancakes were even worth eating plain - a new concept for him!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
This recipe was inspired by a rather spectacular, 'pull-apart' Sesame Street cake pan that I found for our rather Elmo-obsessed two year old.  Alas, he has just 15 or so foods he can digest without incident so I'm always looking for some way to disguise them as something new.  Here then, in his honor, is an apple-bread like, top 8 allergen free, Elmo Cake.  As a bonus, I've written a sad-sweet poem about how happy it made him in TableTalk.
Published in Desserts
Of all the baked goods I miss on my by now ridiculously-restricted diet (low histamine, no gluten, dairy, egg, soy, nuts, safflower oil or most fresh fruits), scones are the worst.  So here it is, perhaps the concoction I'm most proud of: a crumbly, sweet yet tart, freely-edible for me scone!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
Eager for a quick-and-easy, yet top-8 allergens free dessert, we stumbled into the perfect accompaniment to vanilla coconut milk ice cream.  Rather than fight the inevitable 'coconut-ness', we rolled it into a warmly comforting, tropics-meets-cozy treat.
Published in Desserts
This recipe was inspired by some phenomenal Swedish Oatmeal Pancakes we experienced out in Northern California. We'd brought home a bag of the mix, but before we had a chance to make it we learned that we needed to cut all gluten, dairy, egg and soy out of our family diet.  When I found my wife standing in the garage where we'd exiled all of our banned foods for the trial period of our new diet, I decided to experiment a little. I think these top 8 allergen-free pancakes turned out pretty well. A family favorite and Saturday-morning tradition (well, it was until the baby tested highly allergic to bananas - oh well...).
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
A fresh, super-easy alternative to cranberry relish for your holiday turkey, or to jazz up a lamb or other roast.
Published in Condiments & Sauces
This easy recipe is great when you've got a crowd coming because the seeds and the carrots can be prepared in advance, and then the carrots can go in to bake while your guests arrive.  Serve your seeds on the side if you think one of your guests has a spice or seed allergy, or for kids with a picky palate.
Published in Salads & Sides
Thanksgiving at our house just wouldn't be the same without my mom's acorn squash - decadently sweet, and ridiculously simple to make. Although it takes a little while in the oven, it's easy enough to throw together that it works for workday dinner as well.  And like most things drenched in maple syrup, a pretty easy sell for the kids, too!
Published in Salads & Sides
With the brilliant pinks of the watermelon, the reds and whites of the radishes, and the bright greens of the kale and jalapeno, this salad is as colorful for the eyes as it is surprising for the tongue.  Combining the hot and sweet flavors of summer make this an infinitely refreshing side dish that's particularly good with the richer summer flavors of grilled meats.
Published in Salads & Sides
This rich dessert pizza was inspired by the fresh lavender that grew in my California front yard.  The pizza's whole-wheat crust is an earthy surprise under the rich sweetness of the toppings, but it would work equally well with a gluten-free crust as well.
Published in Desserts
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