They started out as tortillas, but I couldn’t get the dough thin enough to where they wouldn’t fall apart. So, I rolled with it, hince they became tostadas. (See where I went?)
Next came the Seafood Stew. I already had a wonderful guest blogger writing Support for S. Which was great by the way! (Props K) Plus the fact that it couldn’t really be called seafood stew since it only had crab meat. Imitation. I had to be careful because Allergy Boy can’t have many white fishes.
This recipe came from Go Gluten Free magazine (purchased from Vitamin Cottage). The ingredients list called for all kinds of yummy seafood: scallops, shrimp and lobster. Well folks, this country girl is smack dab in the middle of the country, literally, the United States one. Good ole, Elizabeth, CO. No seas or seafood around here worth eating.
There was double dipping going on at my house that night. Only enough leftovers out of that huge pot for one day for me and the tall kid who lives at my house.
Then there were the macaroons. You know when you find some packaged delight at the store and say “I can make that”? Well, STOP SAYING THAT!!
Macaroons need to be left to the professionals, people with stoves that cook at the right temperature, people who buy normal shredded unsweetened coconut (not Hulk sized like I did), people with piping bags that Hulk sized coconut will go through. I’m just saying.