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Bird Seed Bread Bird Seed Bread By The InTolerant Chef 03/26/14 01:27 My Mum is into all sorts of Natural Health and Alternative Remedies She regularly sends me emails and information about this or that herb or vitamin and recipes that she thinks will interest me and suit my InTolerances. I have to admit though, that this...
Gorgeous Garden Gazpacho Gorgeous Garden Gazpacho By The InTolerant Chef 02/19/14 05:20 My garden brings me great joy, gentle exercise, and occasionally a generous glut of gorgeous vegetables As you may have noticed from all my whinging, it has been hot. Very hot. And sometimes cooking is much less appealing than usual- I just don't want to...
In My Kitchen- November 2013 In My Kitchen- November 2013 By The InTolerant Chef 11/05/13 03:32 November is here and it's time again for another In My Kitchen Post! Linking up kitchens around the world with the gorgeous Celia of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial and her many friends. Click her link for a peek into her fun kitchen and the list of participants...
Fifty Fifty Burger Fifty Fifty Burger By The InTolerant Chef 10/29/13 07:43 My family are definite Carnivores Most main meals include a certain amount of meat. It doesn't have to figure prominently, but it must at least give the illusion of inclusion for BigJ to be happy A few months ago we were watching a cooking program when...
Spring Violets Spring Violets By The InTolerant Chef 10/14/13 10:17 Hello my Lovelies- I'm back! I missed you, I really, truly did, but I'm back now Nearly-Good-As-New and ready to get into the blogging groove. It was a bit hectic there for a while with medical bits and pieces, with the worse part being that while I was...
Cinnamon Scented Goat Curry Cinnamon Scented Goat Curry By The InTolerant Chef 09/18/13 10:32 BigJ's family come from good farming stock His Mother's family ran the town dairy, his uncles grew wheat, and raised the odd animal or two for table. His step dad's side were sheep people and even now his step dad has a miniature shearing shed with working...
Grilled Pear, Walnut and Blue Cheese Salad with Truffled Honey Dressing Grilled Pear, Walnut and Blue Cheese Salad with Truffled Honey Dressing By The InTolerant Chef 09/02/13 10:28 It's finally getting warm enough for salads again! But a warm salad is still the best of both worlds until the Spring weather settles in for good, and with stone fruit still a while away yet Pears seemed the perfect choice. Deeper flavours match beautifully...
Cosy Chicken Congee Cosy Chicken Congee By The InTolerant Chef 08/27/13 11:45 Poor littlej is sick in bed The warmer weather seems to have stirred up any latent flu bugs and in a desperate effort to get as many victims as possible, they are jumping on anyone foolish enough to have run 3.5kms in sleet last week for school athletics...
Cauli-Flour Pizza Crust Cauli-Flour Pizza Crust By The InTolerant Chef 06/27/13 05:45 This has got to be one of the most bizarre things I have ever cooked, Dear Readers.... but in an entirely wonderful way! Pizza with a cauliflower? Bah Humbug! I was so very sceptical of this dish. I've seen versions of it floating about the interweb, but...
Ful Medames Ful Medames By The InTolerant Chef 06/10/13 05:49 When I go away, even for just a day, I tend to take a supply of food with me Not because I'm fussy, not because I'm OCD, but because it's just easier to know that I'm not going to be stuck ill for hours by accidentally eating gluten. Muesli bars are a great...
Rose Geranium Duck Egg Sponge Rose Geranium Duck Egg Sponge By The InTolerant Chef 05/14/13 05:31 I have some lovely Foodie Friends Friends who enjoy good food, interesting food, different food and cooking it as much as just eating it. Friends who get excited when they stumble across something a bit different, or who invite you to share a pig-on-a-spit...
Octopus's Garden Octopus's Garden By The InTolerant Chef 04/29/13 10:11 What a perfect name for my Octopus Salad Soft as butter braised octopus, crunchy fresh vegetables, smooth sweet pepper strips and a tangy vinegar dressing- all tossed together to a Glorious Garden Salad with a bit of Extra Excitement! I used to work at...
Honey and Lemon Lamb Tagine Honey and Lemon Lamb Tagine By The InTolerant Chef 04/05/13 04:36 You might remember Dear Readers, that a few months ago I wrote a post about the lovely people over at Capilano Honey and their delicious 100% owned and grown Australian Honey. http://intolerantchef.blogspot.com.au/2012/10/sublime-honey-sorbet.html While...
African Peanut Soup from a Gluten Free Soup Opera African Peanut Soup from a Gluten Free Soup Opera By The InTolerant Chef 03/28/13 06:50 Not too long ago Dear Readers, you may remember I reviewed A Gluten Free Taste Of Turkey by Sibel Hodge, and this successful author, qualified Health and Fitness Professional and self-professed Wonder Woman- has already released her next cookbook- A Gluten...
Spicy Thai Style Eggplant and Chilli Relish Spicy Thai Style Eggplant and Chilli Relish By The InTolerant Chef 03/23/13 07:20 This has been a difficult garden season With the temperature setting new records- both for actual temperature and for consecutive days of high heat, and very little rain, my veggie patch this year has been a little hit-and-miss. I miss my peas and beans...
Beer Braised Pork Sausages with Apple and Onion Beer Braised Pork Sausages with Apple and Onion By The InTolerant Chef 03/17/13 01:22 Beer is not something I'm terribly familiar with A beverage based on barley and wheat is not my go-to drinky-poo, I usually enjoy a nice cold wine and soda on a hot day, or a GnT if I want something a bit more special. I had heard the odd rumour that there...
Hazelnut Sea Scallops with Vinegarette Dressing Hazelnut Sea Scallops with Vinegarette Dressing By The InTolerant Chef 02/08/13 07:44 It's still hot on this side of the world, well in my part anyway, and so light meals are still very much on the menu. I found it necessary this week to quickly devise a lunch dish very much at the last minute that not only needed to taste great, but had...
Something Different For Christmas Something Different For Christmas By The InTolerant Chef 12/14/12 05:42 T'was the night before Christmas, When all through the kitchen, Not a thing was prepared There was no finger-lick'n Mum just didn't care At this time of year, But within a few hours All the guests would appear No gluten, no lactose, no seafood or meat What...
Gorgeous Gnocchi Gorgeous Gnocchi By The InTolerant Chef 09/17/12 14:13 I've been working in the garden lately Although it's still early Spring, and we're not safe from frosts yet, I've got potato shoots sticking above the soil promising big things things come later in the year. Actually I've had to cover my potato pots with...
Afternoon-Tea Tea Cake Afternoon-Tea Tea Cake By The InTolerant Chef 08/13/12 14:03 I am a tea lover MiddleC is very well trained and puts the kettle on as soon as she stumbles into the kitchen in the morning so it's ready for when I stumble into the kitchen in the morning. I don't feel ready to start the day until I've had at least one...
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