Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by Gary Knowels, Nov 6, 2012.
dude... spaghetti squash. seriously.
I love GF Joes, having been there many times as a kid and recently. in Mountlake Terrace there is a GF store called Mana Mills that is pretty good.
Where do you get the hamburger buns and are the fresh or frozen?
I don't like the quinoa pasta, but I really like the Trader Joe's corn pasta, especially at $1.39 for 1 lb bags.
I don't care for Udi's stuff, I find them all to be really dry. I just bake breads using Maninis mixes instead. I haven't found a store bought bread that I liked yet, even at the local bakeries. I'll give Great Harvest a try and see how they are.
I'm obsessed with Maninis, their multiuso flour is perfect. i substitute it 1 for 1 into many standard wheat flour recipes and thing come out perfectly. I used it to make a roux for thickening chowder and made perfect pie crust with it. PCC and Whole Foods in Seattle carry their fresh pastas and they are amazing.
Elk: it's what's for dinner...
I wish I had some elk meat! By far my favorite red meat, well maybe not if pork is considered red meat. I grew up eating elk and I miss it.
I get the buns at GF Joes and they're frozen. It looks like they're available from quite a few stores in the Seattle area. Check their website:
I agree! It is great as a substitute! Cut in half, put face down on a cookie sheet with a bit of water on the sheet, steam it in the oven, remove and strip out the spaghetti squash! Easy.
I just poke holes in it and bake at 400 for an hour. I seem to get better results that way.