Saturday, December 16, 2006

A GF Christmas Cookie Recipe from Shauna

When I checked Shauna's blog this afternoon, I saw a new cookie recipe. I finished reading the post, called the Man, and told him to stop at the grocery store on his way home to get hazelnuts, pecans, and almonds.

After finishing up the goodies I already had planned, I started chopping nuts.

Rosemary's Christmas Cookies, Gluten Free by Shauna

Shauna is a lucky woman to have a soul mate that is a chef. The Man is extremely dangerous in the kitchen; he's not allowed near my Henckel knives for good reason.

Anyway, mine spread...bad. But they still taste good, so I don't care. I must have definitely overbeat the butter.


Mike Eberhart said...

So, it seems you are a "part-time" gluten-free person? I noticed the link to Shauna's cookies, but then you had cookie-dough truffles where you mention you weren't going to attempt gluten-free.

Well, either way, nice job with the food postings, and if you want another gluten-free cookie, here's a link to gluten-free sesame cookies recipe I published this week (my daughter's recipe - and, they are quite tasty). I have a few other GF recipes online at the same location, and on my blog for anyone interested.

Sheri said...

Hi Mike - I am completely GF, my husband is not GF at all. He asked me to make those truffles again this year but not to play with them to make them GF.

Gloves and a good scrubdown of the kitchen happened right after :-)

He is a very picky eater so I am working slowly to turn the house completely GF.

Mike Eberhart said...

Sheri, best wishes on turning the house into a GF "safe zone" and all :)

That sounds like a lot of work. I am the one that is GF in our family, and they are usually really good about keeping the non-GF stuff to a minimum in the house, but on occasion they just have that urge for good old semolina pasta. After which, I make sure to clean all around the zones in use.

Cute picture of the cat, but it sure looks like your pet wants to create more cleaning work for you.

Happy GF baking to you! :)