Mexican Elote Corn Casserole FN #SummerSoiree (Gluten-Free)

Mexican Corn Casserole; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 32 of 32 in the series Food Network

This entry is part 32 of 32 in the series Food Network

 

One of the classic street foods of Mexico, Elote is corn on the cob seasoned with a creamy, buttery spread and sprinkled with fresh lime juice and Cotija cheese. It is unbelievably good, truly addicting, and a treat that lingers [...]

Classic Yellow Cake with Chocolate Frosting (Gluten-Free)

Yellow Cake & Chocolate Frosting; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 215 of 215 in the series Chocolate Mondays

This entry is part 215 of 215 in the series Chocolate Mondays

A cake so good, no one will believe it is gluten-free!

 

When I was young, all my friends wanted moms to bake them yellow cake with chocolate frosting for their birthday. And like children across the country, they wanted gobs and [...]

Dilled Shrimp and Brown Rice Risotto Casserole (Gluten-Free)

Dill Shrimp Brown Rice Risotto; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Gourmet Garden

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Gourmet Garden

 

I have collected cookbooks for most of my life. Some are first editions, some antiques, many are brand new, but they are all loved. Many pages are splattered, others well worn. I read each one cover-to-cover, learning from them, getting ideas, [...]

Ranch-Flavored Cole Slaw (Gluten-Free)

Ranch Confetti Coleslaw; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 31 of 32 in the series Food Network

This entry is part 31 of 32 in the series Food Network

 

 

This week for the Food Network’s #SummerSoiree we are all sharing our favorite ways to make slaw. Some call it coleslaw, and some just slaw, but no matter what name you give it, I love it.

[...]

Review and GIVEAWAY! Cook the Part Cookbook – Chicken Under a Brick Recipe

Cook the Part cookbook cover
This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Reviews

This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Reviews

 

Photo courtesy of Crosswalk Press

 

Last month one of my friends in PR contacted me with an opportunity to preview a new cookbook that was about to hit stores. I don’t always agree to do reviews, it has to be a [...]