I have a load of gluten -free food to share. I made some of it and I bought some of it. okay, so let me start with fried cheese. cheese is my weakness. I could eat cheese all day long. seriously. so, what's better than frying it? (not much) so I breaded some tiny mozzerella balls that I picked up at trader joes and I fried them up really quick. they were so yummy and gooey and crispy and hot and okay, I'll stop. observe:
with the same oil and breading technique I made fried zucchini...it might have been
EVEN better than the fried cheese!
so, the other night, Doug tells me he has never had green chili, (say wha?, yea I know...) so of course, being a good girlfriend, I made him the best green chili I could. it was really yummy. we put some extra cilantro and green onions on top with some chopped avocados. I could go on about avocados all day too. I LOVE them. they're like a buttery, melty in your mouth, well, I don't know...they're just amazing and I don't know what I would do without them.
this tv dinner was an experiment. I am NOT the type to eat TV dinners for obvious reasons and I would never eat them anyway. BUT I saw this in the store and I had to try it. don't judge me. I was sold when I saw it had gluten-free foccacia :) it was also very good and I may or may not get it again?
because trader joes gf brownie mix is SO good I haven't felt the need to buy a gluten-free brownie. anyway, my mom picked this up for me when she was on vacation last week and it is good. I had one complaint, it was CRUMBLY. I mean, it got everywhere! I felt like a 3 year old eating it. I'll stick to the trader joes, thanks.
that's my gluten-free post loves, I love blogging gluten-free because I wish for people (celiacs) to see that just because you have a very restrictive diet, you can eat really well. ♥ a