French Fried Onions (gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free)

French Fried Onions Gluten-Free | In Johnna's Kitchen

Are you making green bean casserole for Thanksgiving?  Whatcha gonna do about those French fried onions that come in a can? You know the ones I’m talking about, right? Rife with gluten and soy, made on the same equipment as products containing milk?  And, well, they are in a can. I’ll give you that they… 

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Hawaiian Salad, a recipe renovation

Hawaiian Salad | In Johnna's Kitchen

Aloha! Today I’m sharing a recipe for a renovated version of Hawaiian Salad.  Did you grow up eating salads filled with marshmallows and cool whip served up at church basement potlucks, salads that were actually desserts?  I come from a place where “casserole” requires a can of cream-of-something soup and “salad” almost always contains something… 

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Pumpkin Pie Filling for Everyone! (Dairy-free, Vegan)

Pumpkin Pie for Everyone | In Johnna's Kitchen

It’s not Thanksgiving without a pumpkin pie! But what do you do if you can’t have dairy or eggs?  Or if you choose to not have dairy and eggs?  I’ve got a solution and dang, it’s good! And as a bonus: it’s free of soy and tree nuts and well, the top eight allergens. Plus… 

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Weeknight Tofu Curry aka Curry in a Hurry

Weeknight Tofu Curry, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan

Slow-simmered curries create such a rich, deep aroma as the spices and vegetables meld together to create a comforting, hot meal.  The entire house smells of warming spices, thick with coriander, cumin, cinnamon, pepper.  While I love cooking  slow-simmered curry for hours, most days I just don’t have time for that.  I need to get… 

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Dill Pickle Soup, a Recipe Renovation Success!

Dill Pickle Soup, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan

Last week my sweet friend Gina shared the link to a recipe on Facebook.  The recipe was for Dill Pickle Soup, a true work of genius from Noble Pig.  It reminded me of soup I had tried a few years ago at Fountain on Locust in St. Louis. I took a peek at the recipe… 

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