All posts tagged: Bacon

Classic Crêpes (Gluten Free)

 At the end of August I had the treat of being whisked off to fabulous European lands, including the epicenter of all that is delicious in this world – Paris.  I love French food. I ate more meat and cheese in about two days than anyone should consume on an annual basis and it was incredible.  I was never left pining for something delicious while I was there, but it was a bit tragic that I couldn’t enjoy some of the most iconic staples of the cuisine… like crepes. Crêperies are everywhere. Everyyyyywhere. They’re the Parisian equivalent of NYC falafel carts. I read around the internet and it seems like crêpes are pretty basic. I’m not sure why I hadn’t attempted them before, but they came out brilliantly on the first shot (a rarity in the kitchen – you should have seen the breadstick debacle of Friday night). I kept it basic – Flour, Eggs, Salt, Butter and Milk – proportions of which were all borrowed and adjusted from reading about 100 near-identical gluten-filled crêpe recipes on the interweb. ½ Cup Butter, melted ½ tsp Salt 1 …

Cauliflower & Turkey Bacon Mashed

Cauliflower.  I don’t really like it. But I really, really want to.  I eat it, because that’s what you’re supposed to do; eat your vegetables. I do, however, like bacon. Tonight I unenthusiastically bought a cauliflower because it seemed like I should take a break from carbo-loading at night when I’m not doing nearly enough to justify it – but I came home and found leftover turkey bacon.  A star was born. To start, buy a cauliflower.  We’re going to make it taste good.  Really, I promise. Clean it up.  I still haven’t ever discovered anything to do with the greens.  If you have an idea, let me know. By the way, I bought a new knife.  I didn’t know what I was missing.  If you don’t have a good knife, go buy one.  Right now.  Do it, you won’t be sorry.  This is a Wusthof and I still don’t really know how to pronounce it. It was a little hard to not go crazy chopping it up, just because I could. Put your coarsely …