Smoky Hill River Festival, Salina, KS | In Johnna's Kitchen

I Ate Here: Smoky Hill River Festival, Salina, KS

Continuing on my journey to prove eating at fairs and festivals isn’t impossible when you have food intolerances, allergies or preferences, I went to the middle of Kansas to the Smoky Hill River Festival. Food Advertising by When I tell folks from my own city, which is a mere three hours from the Smoky Hill… 

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Blackberry Hand Pie (gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and vegan option) | In Johnna's Kitchen

Get Your Hands Off My Pie! Blackberry Hand Pies (gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan option)

Last week I returned to my friend’s berry patch to do a little blackberry picking with my favorite fella. The result of that trip, Blackberry Hand Pies.

Campfire Cones, A New Fangled Twist on S'mores (gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan) In Johnna's Kitchen

Campfire Cones, A New-Fangled Twist on S’mores

Have y’all heard about Campfire Cones, ice cream cones packed full of s’mores goodness, wrapped in foil and then cooked over the campfire or in the oven?  I can’t look at Facebook or Pinterest these days without seeing someone’s post with a recipe for Campfire Cones, but not a single one that would work for… 

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Cauliflower Fried Rice | In Johnna's Kitchen (gluten-free, grain-free, raw vegan, paleo)

Cauliflower Fried Rice, No Bake. Perfect for Hot Summer Dinners! (gluten-free, raw, vegan, paleo, grain-free)

It’s too hot to turn on the oven or even the cooktop to make dinner here. Maybe where you are, too?  Cauliflower Fried Rice is on the menu this week.  Light, quick to prepare, yet filling. I first had Cauliflower Fried Rice at a cooking (or uncooking, as it may be) class at PuraVegan in… 

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Sweet Ginger Sriracha Roasted Cashews recipe In Johnna's Kitchen

My Favorite Sriracha Recipes and a GIVEAWAY!

Are you a fan of Sriracha?  I’m a huge fan and you’ve probably noticed that because I use it in many recipes. Today I have a roundup of my favorite Sriracha recipes and a giveaway for my fellow Sriracha fans. I recently watched a documentary about Sriracha which focused on David Tran, the creator of… 

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Soften Saturday: Fuel for the Long Journey | In Johnna's Kitchen

Soften Saturday: Fuel for the Long Journey

Until recently, I thought camels stored water in their hump. Water seems important to keep going in the desert. Then I learned it is actually fat stored in a camel’s hump. Fat. Fuel for the long journey… Camels move relatively slow, maybe only covering 15 miles a day.  But with all of the fat stored in… 

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