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Shauna James Ahern's Ethiopian Chicken Stew

Kate Williams 1 comment

Some of my favorite memories from college were gorging on spicy braised meats, simmered lentils, and rich stews, all the while scooping up and dipping into the buttery sauces with tangy injera bread. So, I was excited to find a recipe for Ethiopian chicken stew in Shauna James Ahern's new cookbook Gluten-Free Girl Every Day. More

Shauna James Ahern's Ethiopian Chicken Stew

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Some of my favorite memories from college were the long, friend-filled dinners at the Ethiopian restaurant up the street from campus. We'd gorge on spicy braised meats, simmered lentils, and rich stews, all the while scooping up and dipping into the buttery sauces with tangy injera bread. It was messy in the most comforting way. So, I was excited to find a recipe for Ethiopian chicken stew in Shauna James Ahern's new cookbook Gluten-Free Girl Every Day. Both the stew and the accompanying injera are naturally gluten-free, so they're an obvious inclusion in the book. More

The Crisper Whisperer: Garlic Scape Tart

Serious Eats Carolyn Cope 6 comments

I have an affinity for garlic scape pesto that borders on the unnatural. Although I've previously suggested to you that there are at least seven worthwhile things to do with garlic scapes, the truth is that I rarely care to do anything with them myself besides whiz them with nuts, cheese, lemon, and olive oil in a food processor and eat them with a spoon. This inclination may be due to the fact that, in my heart of hearts, I seem to believe that I invented garlic scape pesto. More

Gluten-Free Tuesday: Teff

Serious Eats glutenfreegirl 37 comments

"You might have eaten teff and not known it." Injera, the spongy Ethiopian bread, is made of teff flour. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] When people find out I cannot eat gluten, they often say, "Oh, I'm so sorry." (Not me.) And... More

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