A galette is a buckwheat crepe filled with savoury breakfast staples, such as egg, ham, and cheese. It hails from Brittany and is enjoyed at any time of day. To prepare these galettes for a group that wants to eat together, have all your ingredients ready to go so you can assemble each one in the pan as the crepe finishes cooking. Note that buckwheat flour—despite the fact it has “wheat” in its name—is entirely gluten-free. It is ground from a seed, not a grain.
Halloween is not looking like it will be a door-to-door activity this year. So here's a fun cookie to make with the kids. Donna-Marie used to make these with her kids when they were younger, including some fun "mummy" hot dogs, which they still talk about and love, even in their twenties!
One of my favourite autumn squashes to roast is Delicata squash. If you have never tried Delicata, it truly is a "squash-of-joy"! Its edible skin and creamy interior make it a no-fuss vegetable to prepare. Stuffing it with this cheesy, pesto combination makes you think of lasagna, so eat up, squash and all!
This is an easy appetizer I've made for years. Creamy ricotta cheese provides the background for sweet roasted red peppers. Add some peppery arugula for a different flavour and a salute to the Italian flag - highlighting red, white and green. The toppings work beautifully with traditional crostini or with pan-fried polenta for gluten-intolerant friends and family - Emily Richards (from Per La Famiglia - Memories and Recipes of Southern Italian Home Cooking)
It's not often that you can find a gratin-like side dish that doesn't include cheese. That's why we love this one. Rich and delicious, this dish is always a winner with roast turkey. You can use all milk instead of milk and cream, it will just not be as luscious. You can even substitute an alternate non-dairy beverage such as almond or soy milk for those that are dairy-free.