During my trip to British Columbia I had the pleasure to enjoy the cooking talent of Chef Julie, a Red Seal chef, from Canada. Her food was amazing and she did an incredible job of feeding me delicious, safe, gluten free food for a week.
After many requests from many people she started a site called Foodsoulchef that offers up many of her recipes. Many of the recipes are gluten free but those that are not are easily converted. I have been talking up her blog to friends and thought I would list it here so you too can enjoy her recipes.
Some of my favorites are:
Cazeula from Culo de Mundo, Chile
This is a rich, hearty soup. You can easily make it vegetarian. I have at times used chicken instead of lamb. Feel free to substitute yams for potatoes or butternut squash.
Sexy Beet Soup (her name not mine)
This is one I really like. I like beets and the black beans and peppers add protein and some heat.
This one is awesome. Have it for dessert with ice cream and/or whipped cream. I even eat it for breakfast - with the almonds in the crumble it fills you up. Be sure to use GF granola.
This was one of the first things I ate when I arrived at the lodge. Super good and healthy. What is crazy is that there is no flour used just quinoa.
And there are many more - salads, appetizers and entrees. Check it out I think you'll like it. Keep and eye out for her pot de creme - my favorite desset that she made while I was there.
The Un-Gluten Guy