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help with Celiac dinner
      #179902 - 05/18/05 02:49 PM
Little Minnie

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I have been looking forward to making a Celiac friendly dinner for company and all of a sudden it is coming up. I need good suggestions for dinner and dessert and of course want something really good and maybe not what they always have. I have a flourless cake recipe but then it is chocolate and not safe for me so... I don't mind making tough or fancy stuff either as long as it tastes good and turns out. Please help.

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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

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Re: help with Celiac dinner new
      #179925 - 05/18/05 04:28 PM
Shell Marr

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When is this dinner?

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June 5th -nt new
      #179944 - 05/18/05 05:40 PM
Little Minnie

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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

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bump, still need help with the menu- nt new
      #180685 - 05/22/05 05:59 PM
Little Minnie

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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

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That should be easy for you... new
      #180697 - 05/22/05 06:35 PM
Kandee

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being the gourmet cook you are. I have the least problems in GOOD restaurants, bar none. Tell me what you WANT to make and I can steer you to a substitution or an alternative if one is even needed.
Just remember to stay away from anything with wheat, barley, rye or oats in it...and pick your spices wisely...McCormick is safe..fresh is even better....and then there are a lot of other things to consider, but for just one dinner, you won't need to be an expert on eating gluten free....as far as preparation goes...pans that once held gluten can be lined with foil.
Oh, I could go on and on..Kandee

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thanks new
      #180705 - 05/22/05 07:41 PM
Little Minnie

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Gosh I am starting to freak out now. I actually have to line pans? How do I know if I need to? And spices, I had not thought of that. I am so glad you are helping.

Ok I am thinking grilled fish, rice, and a vegetable and dip appetizer so far. I have a really yummy flourless cake recipe but it is unsafe for me. I might make it though and just have a little bit. In general it is stuffed with whipped cream. I could substitute cool whip which would make it slightly safer. But if you have a dessert idea that I could eat too but that everyone would enjoy I would really like to hear about it! I know some soy sauce is unsafe. I looked at my LaChoy which is the only brand I like and it seemed gluten free; is this true?
This is my cake recipe note this is not IBS safe- it is for others not me.

Lighter than Air Chocolate Cake roll:
6oz. bittersweet chocolate, chopped
3T. water
6 eggs, separated
2/3c. sugar
1/4t. salt
1T. cocoa

Preheat oven to 350. Oil a 15x10 inch shallow baking pan (jellyroll pan). Line with parchment paper. Melt chocolate and water over simmering water. Cool to lukewarm. Beat yolks, 1/3c. sugar and salt for 8 minutes with a hand mixer. Fold in melted, cooled chocolate. Beat egg whites with clean beaters until stiff. Gradually add remaining 1/3c. sugar at the end of beating. Fold one third of whites into chocolate mixture then fold in remaining whites. Spread batter evenly onto prepared pan and bake until top is dry to the touch, 15-18 minutes. Transfer to wire rack. Cover top of cake with 2 layers of damp paper towels and let stand 5 minutes. Remove paper and cool completely. Loosen edges with a knife. Sift cocoa powder onto cake and lay 2 sheets of parchment paper on cake. Place another baking sheet on cake and invert. Pull of bottom parchment.

Filling:
1c. heavy cream
3T. powdered sugar
2T. Grand Marnier
1t. finely grated orange zest
(or replace liqueur and zest with cappuccino mix or espresso powder and kahlua)

Beat cream, sugar and liqueur with cleaned beaters until stiff. Fold in zest. Spread filling over cake. Put a long platter next to cake. Using paper as an aid, roll up cake jellyroll style, beginning with a long side. Carefully transfer to platter, seam side down. Cake will crack but still hold together. Dust extra powdered sugar and cocoa on cake just before serving. For a pretty presentation, cut slices diagonally (serves 8 or 10) and lay on plates. Garnish with chocolate orange segments (or for coffee filling use chocolate covered coffee beans) and more powdered sugar.

Isn't powdered sugar unsafe? Should I process regular sugar? Maybe I am not thinking right on this. I really don't know much about gluten free eating since I haven't needed to.


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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

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Re: thanks new
      #180709 - 05/22/05 09:03 PM
Kandee

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Gosh I am starting to freak out now. Oh don't please..you will be fine...because you are pre meditated in your thinking about this all will go OK. I actually have to line pans? That depends..if they are Teflon they usually have some scratches unless they are brand new, in which case yes, you line with foil if you are cooking on a range or if baking, line with parchment paper...stainless steel is safe because it is smooth enough not to hold any gluten. Cast iron is always a no-no unless it is dedicated for non-gluten items only. How do I know if I need to? Inspect, inspect, inspect...it's scratches you are looking for. As little as 1/1000 of a piece of bread can do damage to a person with Celiac Disease... And spices, I had not thought of that. I am so glad you are helping. No problem...just keep in mind when I get to MN again I'm coming to your house for a GF meal!!! LOL

OK I am thinking grilled fish Always good choice depending on the preparation. , rice, and a vegetable and dip appetizer so far. I have a really yummy flourless cake recipe but it is unsafe for me. I might make it though and just have a little bit. In general it is stuffed with whipped cream. I could substitute cool whip which would make it slightly safer. hmm, don't know about Cool Whip..will have to look it up on my list..I'll get back to you on this But if you have a dessert idea that I could eat too but that everyone would enjoy I would really like to hear about it! Ewww, none as elaborate or labor intensive as this one...if you make this your guests will be VERY impressed..believe me!!! I know some soy sauce is unsafe. I looked at my LaChoy which is the only brand I like and it seemed gluten free; is this true? absolutely! LaChoy is the ONLY one that is GF that I know of
This is my cake recipe note this is not IBS safe- it is for others not me. But oh my, does it sound yummy!!!

Lighter than Air Chocolate Cake roll:
6oz. bittersweet chocolate, chopped
3T. water
6 eggs, separated
2/3c. sugar
1/4t. salt
1T. cocoa

Preheat oven to 350. Oil a 15x10 inch shallow baking pan (jellyroll pan). Line with parchment paper. Melt chocolate and water over simmering water. Cool to lukewarm. Beat yolks, 1/3c. sugar and salt for 8 minutes with a hand mixer. Fold in melted, cooled chocolate. Beat egg whites with clean beaters until stiff. Gradually add remaining 1/3c. sugar at the end of beating. Fold one third of whites into chocolate mixture then fold in remaining whites. Spread batter evenly onto prepared pan and bake until top is dry to the touch, 15-18 minutes. Transfer to wire rack. Cover top of cake with 2 layers of damp paper towels and let stand 5 minutes. Remove paper and cool completely. Loosen edges with a knife. Sift cocoa powder onto cake and lay 2 sheets of parchment paper on cake. Place another baking sheet on cake and invert. Pull of bottom parchment.

Filling:
1c. heavy cream
3T. powdered sugar
2T. Grand Marnier I'll check on this too but I think it's OK
1t. finely grated orange zest
(or replace liqueur and zest with cappuccino mix be very careful with mixes...most of the time they are not GF...better off using the real alcohol or espresso powder and kahlua)

Beat cream, sugar and liqueur with cleaned beaters until stiff. Fold in zest. Spread filling over cake. Put a long platter next to cake. Using paper as an aid, roll up cake jellyroll style, beginning with a long side. Carefully transfer to platter, seam side down. Cake will crack but still hold together. Dust extra powdered sugar and cocoa on cake just before serving. For a pretty presentation, cut slices diagonally (serves 8 or 10) and lay on plates. Garnish with chocolate orange segments (or for coffee filling use chocolate covered coffee beans) and more powdered sugar.

Isn't powdered sugar unsafe? Sometimes, but usually it's just cornstarch that is added..give me the brand name you want to use.. Should I process regular sugar? You can make your own powdered sugar in a blender...ever try this? Maybe I am not thinking right on this. I really don't know much about gluten free eating since I haven't needed to. Ahh, be glad...eating for IBS is a piece of cake compared to eating for Celiac Disease..but both can be done..it just takes a little advanced thinking and planning....
let me know how you are going to prepare the fish, and in what..plus the rice and veggies....You probably have it all right..but I'll double check for you if you'd like...
Oh, and have your kitchen super clean before you cook..and all gluten items stashed elsewhere..and if in doubt prepare on paper towels..and don't cut on any cutting board, like wood, that could hold ANY gluten...smooth acrylic is best. Oh yes, and drink wine while you cook..........it will help calm you nerves...(just kidding)
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Re: thanks again new
      #180725 - 05/23/05 05:21 AM
Little Minnie

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I really appreciate your help Kandee. I am glad about LaChoy but that must be tough because kikkoman is the only kind at restaurants (I don't like kikkoman so I have noticed this.) Well if I do grill fish I will use 2 grill baskets which have only had fish in them and I am pretty sure no gluten. They couldn't hold it anyway I think. The rice would be in the rice cooker. I would put lime, ginger, garlic and soy sauce on the fish (mahi mahi). I made it Thursday and it was so good. I will be careful with the cutting board too; mine are scratched up. I could buy a new one; I might need a new one.
Ok in the night I thought of a dessert idea. I don't know about cool whip since it has "modified food starch" which I think is unsafe. So I was thinking of making the cake (which is jelly roll size) and cutting out circles and putting berries on them and homemade choc sauce (someone posted recently) and then a choice of cool whip or whipped cream and a cake round on top.
For the appetizer (I kind of need an appetizer as I have to cook this right after church. It is the speaker we are having over and 2 others. Yet this meal will be quick and we can get out evening to ourselves LOL.) I am thinking raw veggie strips with peanut sauce. It is very yummy; I made it for a shower once. I will use my old fatty peanut sauce recipe and maybe make a safer one just for me to nibble on. I do love peanut sauce. I will paste my recipe.
Peanut Sauce: not IBS safe, for others to eat not me
1 can lite coconut milk
2T. red curry paste or another spicy Thai sauce (I use Thai pepper and some garlic)
1/4c. fish sauce
3T. sugar
1c. ground peanuts (about 1c. 2T. whole peanuts, do not increase peanuts or sauce will be bland)
Simmer in a small saucepan for 15 minutes, stirring almost constantly.
Does this seem gluten free? I mean peanuts and coconut milk should be safe right? (Gosh we don't hear that often around here LOL!)

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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

Edited by Little Minnie (05/23/05 03:51 PM)

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got one thing figured out new
      #180830 - 05/23/05 05:02 PM
Little Minnie

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Loc: Minnesota

I am making the simple summer dessert with crunchy pecan cookies for dessert. Some other time I will make the chocolate cake. This is easier too. I still need to figure out a sidedish but all I can think of is steamed veggies like broccoli.

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IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!

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Re: got one thing figured out new
      #180853 - 05/23/05 09:20 PM
Kandee

Reged: 05/22/03
Posts: 3206
Loc: USA, Southern California

Quote:

I am making the simple summer dessert with crunchy pecan cookies for dessert. Some other time I will make the chocolate cake. This is easier too. I still need to figure out a sidedish but all I can think of is steamed veggies like broccoli.

Ahhh, good for you..something you can make that is GF and you can have it too!!! These cookies sound so good I'm going to try them..I've been craving cookies!

Steamed veggies are fine...you can always make an optional cheese sauce on the side if someone (other than you) wants to jazz them up more...or just use some lovely fresh herbs with the veggies to liven the flavor..Kandee





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