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This collection of gluten-free recipes and our interpretation of making them as healthy as possible is anything but boring! Much more than a recipe collection, we approach American cuisine, especially dishes found in the Midwest and Wisconsin, with its diverse access to ingredients and its fresh and flavorful variations as characters who’ve shaped our lives. These recipes are for real people and actual everyday life – food for all food lovers gathered at the same table.
We test and perfect everything we cook and publish here. So that you can eat modern-day versions of everyday traditional foods re-imagined gluten-free. And we try to focus on simple, clean, whole foods that are healthy (which honestly means a lot of different things to us, including desserts and butter, real cream, and of course cheese because we live in Wisconsin, and health is all about balance, right?).
While there’s a little something for everyone, I hope you’ll find the dishes that work best for your lifestyle and kitchen – whether or not you need to be gluten-free. Use the filters below to search the recipes and narrow down the results to find the perfect recipe.
The Food We Cook
It is inspired by collections of handwritten recipes penned on tiny cards and selections that have achieved notoriety in church cookbooks, to those that have piqued our interest from newspaper clippings, magazines, and other food and recipe sites. The recipes collected here grow from simple meal choices you might make during a hectic week to more elaborate dishes to serve during holidays or entertaining. All recipes tell a little about Wisconsin cuisine and Midwestern life.
Where the ideas come from…
Most of these recipes will sound quite familiar, as they’re rooted in the Midwestern scope of culinary fare. In some cases, We’ve compiled the idea from traditional dishes, constructing it with modern methods and common sense cooking for ease in preparing the dish while balancing the flavor, texture, and color – things that our grandmas probably wouldn’t have thought to contemplate in their day. In others, we elevate the dish or ingredient in a way that would probably make eyes roll, or they’d never have dreamed of doing it in the first place.
In a Nutshell…
These dishes best represent our style as home cooks – it’s food re-imagined where one ingredient is exchanged and mixed up for another to make it gluten-free while elevating the health factor whenever possible.
Recipe Quick Links
We’ve organized the recipes every way we could think of, so you don’t have to! Sort by quick and easy, by meal type, popular cooking methods, dietary restriction, region, occasion, or some of our most tried-and-true… no matter how you browse, we’re sure you’ll find just what you were looking for.
A fancy dinner that you’ll have on a plate in 15-20 minutes. Quick and easy, this elegant tasting Chocolate & Coffee Rubbed Steak with Bourbon Parmesan Cream Sauce is the perfect entrée meant to impress the next time you’re looking to make dinner special.
How to Make Guilt-Free Sweet & Sour Grilled Kielbasa Kabobs
Easy Gluten-Free Crab Cakes in the Air Fryer with Dill Sauce
How to Make Old-Fashioned Rhubarb Dream Bars
How to Make Easy, Cheesy, Homemade Baked Tater Tots
Easy Gluten-Free Homemade Fish Sticks in the Air Fryer
Florentine Balsamic and Rosemary Marinade for Grilled Steak
& THE GRATEST !
Are you craving a taste of Spring? Make this quick and easy Cherry Rhubarb Sauce to spoon over cheesecake, pound cake, ice cream, pancakes, or waffles. Layer it with granola and yogurt. Slather it on top of English muffins or toast. Sauce it over savory spiced meats like grilled pork and roasted chicken or simply serve it up as a sweet side to any meal!
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Taking inspiration from Peperonata (an Italian stewed sauce of Sweet Bell Peppers with Olive Oil, Onion, Garlic, and Tomatoes), we’ve skipped the tomatoes and concentrated on summery yellow and red bell peppers for this recipe, then stirred in mascarpone cheese and baby spinach to serve over penne pasta for a budget-friendly vegetarian meal full of saucy comforting flavor!
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