Mozzarella Sticks Gluten Free – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Mozzarella Sticks are one of those appetizers I missed so much during my early gluten free years.  Unveiling the mystery of gluten free coatings and breadcrumbs provided me a gateway to the journey which has become Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free.  These Mozzarella Sticks are really delicious, I serve them…

String Beans with Tomatoes – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c) 2014

      Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free String Beans with Tomatoes are deliciously satisfying.  I make this recipe different in the winter than during the warm weather months.  This time of year in New England green beans are very pricey with flavor not worthy of the rate.  In winter, I toss  frozen organic French Green…

Chicken Rollatini – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Chicken Rollatini are so delicious, your family will beg for more.  Any of us who grew up in Italian American neighborhoods in the Northeast grew up with these in restaurants.  My family did not bring this recipe with them, but I do enjoy it greatly.  I present a stove…

Béchamel Gluten Free – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c) 2014

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Bechamel is just as delicious as its gluten rich counterpart.  This is such a delicious creamy and smooth sauce.  It is wonderful on vegetables, in gratins and in pasta dishes like lasagna.  The pot and heat need to be watched closely until all of the ingredients become smooth and…

Stuffed Artichokes – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c) 2014

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Stuffed Artichokes are absolutely delicious.  Artichokes are part of the thistle family.  The key to melt in your mouth texture is preparing artichokes in a Pressure Cooker or Dutch Oven on the stove top for at least an hour and a half is.  Just cut off the top, use…

Meatballs Gluten Free – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c) 2014

     Many years ago a friend of mine from Calabria showed me how she makes meatballs, she is somewhat famous for her meatballs with family and friends.  Her secret to a moist meatball is 3 eggs per pound of chopped meat.  Also, this is an interesting recipe because the meatballs cook in the sauce and…