As promised, here is how I made the grain-free gluten-free crackers I took with me to the set of The Canyon. This is a fairly simple recipe with delicious results. A savory garlicky grain-free cracker made with almond meal. Enjoy!
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Now go eat a bowl of cherries (unless, of course, you have been instructed by medical professionals to avoid eating said cherries; in that case forget the cherries; just say no to cherries; forget I ever mentioned cherries).
When it comes to taking dining risks, I'm a big rubbery wimp. I waited five long gluten-free years before I even dared to consider eating out. The dangers of cross contamination scare the living daylights out of me. Why?
Back in my more innocent g-free newbie days I got sick at a friend's house. She was hosting a dinner party. Thinking I'd play it safe, I brought a pot of my homemade pumpkin soup. She thanked me, then stirred it with her ancient wooden spoon. Misery ensued.
There are days when keeping a Gluten-Free Pantry Quick Mix in your cupboard can come in handy. Yesterday- as the flannel grey sky spit snow at us out here in the high desert- a certain gluten-free goddess had a casita full of men to feed- including those devilishly handsome amigos of mine, Joey and Will. So Joey and I collaborated in my tiny blue tiled cocina and whipped up some tasty gluten-free comestibles.
He made his fabulous Kicked Up Rockin' Guac. I made some hummus spiked with cilantro pesto. We served up an array of crudities, organic blue corn chips and salsa, chicken salad (from Will), my Pecan Crackers, jalapeno-stuffed olives, and my freshly made basil-pecan pesto with a spur-of-the-moment improvthat is a cross between a tender cracker and a tasty flatbread.
And I'm also thinking, Dear Reader, this dough might make for a delicious and fast gluten-free pizza crust.