About Kitchen Therapy
Being in the kitchen has always been my favorite form of therapy, even before I was diagnosed with Celiac disease and went gluten-free. During my kitchen therapy “sessions,” my goal has remained the same: Make gluten-free food taste great. Especially the stuff I used to go without, the breads, cakes, and various desserts I thought I would never be able to eat again. What is the benchmark of success, you may ask? If you can’t tell the food is gluten-free, I’ve got a home run recipe on my hands and high fives all around. If it tastes “good for gluten-free,” I go back to the kitchen and rework the recipe until its right.
When I’m not playing with recipes for pie, I’m working with Mr. P at Mr. P’s Mountain Smokehouse, the first gluten-free restaurant in the Adirondacks. Mr. P and I are extremely proud of our gluten-free menu, and not just a few gluten-free selections mind you, the entire menu is gluten-free. GF diners can eat with peace of mind - no worries of gluten cross-contamination here. Next time you’re in the North Country and craving some artisan barbecue and homemade baked goods, we hope you’ll stop by.
In the meantime, check out my website and blog. Let me know if you have any questions and please share your thoughts, comments and recipes too.