I recently read recipe development instructions that stated: “should not include ingredients that are too obscure or aren’t available for the average cook, such as cumin.” Cumin! In a pinch, I’m pretty sure I’ve picked up cumin at 7-11 or the drugstore at midnight (sometimes you need tacos, guys). Living in California with a meyer lemon tree in my yard has probably slanted my perception of what counts as obscure, but surely cumin is common, right?
Fourth of July is this week and I’d say that it’s officially popsicle season. Orange creamsicles are one of my favorite frozen treats and the ZOKU Quick Pop Maker is one of my favorite gadgets. Being able to make pops in 10 minutes makes for a fun experience when you have dinner guests. These orange creamsicles use coconut milk instead of heavy cream, and they are oh so creamy and delicious
I am so excited to share this gluten-free basic white sandwich bread recipe with you. The reason is, in my opinion, the sandwich bread is superb. The bread has everything you are looking for in a white sandwich bread. Firstly it is delicious, light, soft, moist and tastes just like the sandwich bread you had when you were growing up. I added almond flour not only to keep the bread moist but also for the fiber and protein. This is a basic gluten-free white sandwich bread recipe, so feel free to add some chia seeds, flax seeds, or pumpkin seeds if you wish.