Archive for May, 2012



Although summer does not officially begin in another four weeks, our brains have already made the switch to summer holidays. There are only two days of school left, it's still bright outside at 8 o'clock in the evening, and we have begun churning ice cream at least twice a week - sure sign of summer.We ...

The scent of poppy flower sugar in my kitchen and a roasted rhubarb sherbet recipe


When I was a child we ran free around endless wheat fields.Once spring rolled in, the grass grew tall, soft and vibrant - this pure green color that is hard to describe. I miss how soft it was (grass in Florida itches!). Red poppies grew wild alongside this wheat grass. Weightless... long and thin stems ...

Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking


Here are some things that inspiring people have said about my book:....................................."Small plates and space to mingle are hallmarks of blogger Aran Goyoaga, who seamlessly makes the old world new again (and gluten free) in the sunny warmth of Florida" (Martha Stewart's Everyday Food )"Her recipes have a true baker-from-birth quality with gluten-free as a ...