Summer Cannellini Beans – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     There are so many southern Italian and European country bean recipes; this is a variation on a cannellini bean dish my cousins used to make.  This Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Summer Cannellini Beans recipe traditionally uses Pancetta, Italian cured pork, sometimes referred to as “Italian Bacon.”  I have difficulty getting genuine tasting Pancetta and…

Sausage & Peppers – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

      Sausage and Peppers is a tantalizing and abundant recipe for large gatherings. I use very lean Italian Sausage alongside multi-colored bell and serrano peppers, which contribute a variety of flavor and heat. This Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free recipe requires minimal effort to prepare; the rest of the work is performed by the oven which…

Potatoes & Sausage – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

Potatoes and Sausage are a wonderful example of Southern Italian Soul Food.  A simple meal – gratifying and distinctive.  This sumptuously aromatic dish of Potatoes and Sausage is easy to make; the stove does most of the work.  Delicious with a salad for lunch, dinner, even for camping! 1 pound Potatoes (Russet or Red or Yukon…

Scamorza Nibbles – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

   Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Scamorza Nibbles are so tasty; your guests will crave more!  These morsels are easy to make and require only a few minutes prep time.  Additionally, they can be effortlessly frozen prior to baking for future use.       Scamorza is a Southern Italian cheese which is similar to, yet more flavorful than…

Pepperoni Pinwheels – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Pepperoni Pinwheels are soft and deliciously yeast free.  The dough is dairy free and lends itself to vegetable rolls with no cheese.   I am very pleased to present these  scrumptious and flavorful gluten free Pepperoni Pinwheels!  I chose to use some Potato flour, in addition to potato starch.  Potato…

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…