Archive | July, 2012

"Joe's Special" Ground Beef, Eggs, and Spinach

“Joe’s Special” Ground Beef, Spinach, and Eggs – Manly Gluten Free Thursday

The other day I had some ground beef and spinach that I needed to use, but I had no recipe in mind that I wanted to make.  I searched around the Internet for awhile, until I came across something called “Joe’s Special”.  This dish was basically ground beef, spinach, eggs, and seasonings all combined together. […]

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Gluten Free Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

Gluten-Free Peanut Butter ‘N Jelly Sandwich

Peanut butter ‘n jelly sandwiches are an incredibly popular lunchtime staple for kids all over the United States.  I remember eating in the cafeteria as a young buck, when half the kids seemed to bring PBJ sandwiches to school every day.  I was honestly more into peanut butter and honey sandwiches than jelly growing up. […]

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Dinner is Served!

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus and Fried Eggs Over Tater Tots – Manly Gluten Free Thursdays

I went to the local Farmers Market here in Chicago for the first time this year the other day.  I ended up getting a few things: raspberries, peaches, and asparagus.  Usually when I purchase asparagus, I do so with the intention of making a healthy meal of some kind, either rice and veggies or chicken […]

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Post-Oven!

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Spinach Cheesy Pasta Casserole

Gluten-free pasta casseroles are one of my favorites because not only do they usually turn out amazing, but I can cook for an hour and have enough leftovers for three meals! Like risotto, you can add and subtract so many different ingredients in a casserole that it never tastes exactly like the one you previously […]

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