A funny thing happened on the way to the wedding today.
I wrote a KQED piece in about 36 minutes flat, but it meant that I had no time to tell you what I had written so that maybe you could check it out if you wanted to.
what happened was that I had forgotten that I had lined up the Clyde Common post, although I had not as yet written anything! OOPS!
Today I had the honor and opportunity to meet Shauna of Gluten-Free Girl on her wedding day. To meet her live, in person. And to make something delicious for her most special day. It was a potluck wedding, you see. Although we were not required to make gluten-free, I knew if I did not, neither she nor her now husband Danny, would have been able to eat it.
And so, with absolutely no prior knowledge about any gluten-free flour I used, in one fell swoop, just about all the gluten-free flours known and available in these here parts. Teff, Sorghum, Rice, Tapioca and Mesquite!
Looking for a gluten-free crisp topping? Peek into today's fast post at KQED. Yes, I know it needs some editing and some explaining-- if you want help or have any questions, just ask.
I have much much more to say about Clyde Common than merely giving you one photo. For one? I'm in lust.