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There are tons of gluten free recipes here, plus other stuff related to gluten free travel and generally being out and about as a coeliac. You'll also catch my updates at Twitter.

Quick dairy-free rice pudding

Published 28 May, 2007

This recipe uses soya custard and works amazingly well, and it's amazingly easy.

Butter bean & mustard mash

Published 27 May, 2007

Another thick filling beany spread.

Roasted butternut squash with cardamom and orange

Published 27 May, 2007

Another one of those recipes that works brilliantly, despite sounding a bit strange!

Steamed monkfish in spinach

Published 27 May, 2007

Another light summery dish, this is an elegant way to make the most of monkfish (which you really want to do, considering the price of it!)

Serves 4

Steamed monkfish in spinach

175g spinach leaves - stalks removed
3 tbsp white wine
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 shallots, finely chopped
4 monkfish fillets -... Continue Reading

Gluten free coconut squares

Published 27 May, 2007

You can make these egg-free too with a bit of egg-replacement ingenuity.

Baked red cabbage and walnuts

Published 27 May, 2007

Oh yes - red cabbage, vinegar, the works.

Crab & Cucumber salad

Published 27 May, 2007

If you can't be bothered using fresh crab, don't bother, tinned stuff is usually a concoction of all sorts of rubbish, and it tastes of next to nowt.

Gluten test kit update

Published 25 May, 2007

I've been hunting for a good sensitive gluten test kit for years now, and it looks like I may be closing on my quarry. Here's the latest...

Gluten test kit update

A further update to the gluten tester situation is that I've arranged things so you can order the excellent Haven home tests... Continue Reading

Haddock with olive tapenade with baked fennel

Published 25 May, 2007

We eat a lot of fish here in Oban. It would be rude not to - we can get fish right on the harbourside. The only way to get fresher is to catch it yourself.

This is a nice quick way to liven up some plain white fish. First, make your tapenade.

Gluten free olive tapenade

This will make much more... Continue Reading

Gluten free mayonnaise recipe

Published 25 May, 2007

Quick and easy homemade mayo - so much better than shop bought.

Gluten free beef stew

Published 24 May, 2007


This is a great way to make a tasty gluten free beef stew when you haven't got any stock to hand. The powerful flavours of the anchovies and capers more than make up for any missing meat flavours.

Gluten free beef stew

Serves 4 with some veggies

800g stewing steak cut into 1-2 inch chunks (you... Continue Reading

Spicy Beans with Squash and Spinach

Published 24 May, 2007

Sweet and gingery, this is a warming hearty dish.

Gluten Free Recipes - Salsa Verde

Published 24 May, 2007

The classic, great on oily fish.

Gluten Free Tapenade - Olive, Caper and Anchovy

Published 24 May, 2007

Cracking strong flavoured spread.

Chocolate sorbet recipe - so good

Published 22 May, 2007

Again with the ice cream maker.

Wild rice & bean pilaff

Published 22 May, 2007

Nutty and chewy, this is a popular dish around these parts.

Gluten free spaghetti with lemon and nut butter

Published 22 May, 2007

Nice and simple, the way the Italians make it.

Nutritionist progress - 1 month in

Published 21 May, 2007

I thought it was about time to update you on my progress with my nutritionist, who I'm seeing for help with my food allergies.

The first appointment was around a month ago, at which I was put on a regime of Omega 6 oil and heavy duty probiotics.

About 5 days in, I started getting Dermatitis... Continue Reading

Pork & coconut patties

Published 21 May, 2007

Everyone loves a burger right? And we coeliacs love a gluten free burger even more. Here's a twist on the burger front using pork instead. Which I guess makes it a hamburger doesn't it? Except it's all thai, and I don't think they do hamburgers... Hmmm... anyway...

Gluten free pork & coconut... Continue Reading

Moroccan Beetroot & Chickpea Soup

Published 21 May, 2007

This is possibly the best soup I have ever tasted. It's also purple, which is an added bonus. Give it a go and let me know if you agree.

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