Beth Manos Brickey’s Slow-Roasted Salmon with Meyer Lemon Gremolata Recipe

SERVES 4 If you aren’t familiar with our pal Beth Manos Brickey of the clean-food blog Tasty Yummies, here’s your chance to get the flavor of her cooking. With this recipe, guiltless indulgence is yours.   1 1/2 to 2 pounds wild caught salmon filet, center cut, skin on or off, pin bones removed 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus a little more for greasing 2 meyer lemons, sliced Several springs fresh dill, plus […]

Continue Reading


KC Cornwell’s Gluten-Free Salmon Dynamite Recipe

MAKES 30 APPETIZERS Straight from her Love With Food ecookbook, our pal G-Free Foodie, K.C. Cornwell, throws down with an easy-elegant appetizer recipe with a slightly spicy and totally addictive kick. To make hosting easiest on yourself, cut the salmon into cubes the night before (halfway frozen, if possible, for the smoothest cuts) and store them, refrigerated, in an airtight container. You can mix and refrigerate the sauce the night before, too. Then put […]

Continue Reading


Outrageously Delicious Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Banana Berry Muffins

MAKES 12 MUFFINS If ever there was proof that gluten-free, dairy-free baked goods can be ridiculously moist and delicious, these muffins from Berkeley, California’s recently (and sadly) closed Bacano Bakery are it. You’ll need cupcake liners for this recipe, and if you don’t have overripe bananas, add an additional tablespoonful or so of brown sugar. Store the muffins in an airtight container for up to four days or freeze in […]

Continue Reading


Roasted Sausage, Peppers, and Fennel Gluten-Free Recipe

SERVES 6 We can’t get enough of this sweet ‘n’ savory recipe by Olivia Mack Anderson. We’re so convinced you’ll feel the same, we advise against inviting six people to the table when you make it, because you’re going to want leftovers. Skip the sausage, and you’ve got a tasty vegetarian dish, but don’t omit the pine nuts; they take this dish over the top. 2 red bell peppers, seeded […]

Continue Reading


Chef Jessica Koslow’s Gluten-Free Brussels Sprouts and Leeks Cacio e Pepe Recipe

SERVES 8 You’ve never had brussels sprouts like these by Jessica Koslow of LA’s famed Sqirl restaurant. From the looks of them, you’d anticipate a light salad-like side—but they’re the exact opposite. The sprouts are shaved, cooked al dente in a generous coating of leek-flavored butter, then seasoned with poppy seeds, Parmesan, and black pepper. FYI, you can shave the brussels sprouts in a food processor fitted with the shaving attachment or […]

Continue Reading


Must-Make Gluten-Free Pea Pasta Salad Recipe

By Olivia Mack Anderson / Photography Chelsea McNamara / Styling Astrid Chastka SERVES 6 This dish is likely to incite a love affair with pasta salad and peas— even if you’re a fan of neither. It’s that good. Don’t be surprised at the thin sauce; it thickens as it cools. Kosher salt 1 (16-ounce) package gluten-free shells, fusilli, or penne pasta 1⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 […]

Continue Reading


Free For All: How San Francisco’s Little Gem Restaurant is Redefining Allergen-Free Dining

By Erika Lenkert / Photography Erin Ng IT’S NOT SURPRISING THAT ON ITS SECOND DAY OPEN FOR LUNCH, San Francisco’s Little Gem has a line out the door. In this town, a new restaurant opening can be as exciting, and as well attended, as a movie premiere, especially when alums of the prestigious Thomas Keller Restaurant Group play starring roles. Only this Hayes Valley spot is not a white-tablecloth, multicourse, two-month-waiting-list affair. […]

Continue Reading


Destination: Luang Prabang

On the heels of the twenty year anniversary of its UNESCO World Heritage Site designation, the peninsula city of Luang Prabang remains one of the most spectacular experiences to be had in Laos. Our editor, Erika Lenkert, with junior editor Viva, explores the Southeast Asian city in the country’s mountainous northern region and discovers a relaxed, walkable destination replete with stunning, historic Buddhist temples, fusion Laotian and colonial architecture, colorful […]

Continue Reading


Lemon Custard with Glazed Blackberries and Flaxseed Crumble

SERVES 6 Say hello to the gluten-free, dairy-free treat that blows dessert lovers’ minds at San Francisco restaurant Little Gem. Top it with syrupy Glazed Blackberries and Flaxseed Crumble or serve it solo. Either way, it’s intensely lemony and rich, so a little goes a long way. 1⁄2 teaspoon arrowroot starch or arrowroot flour 1⁄2 cup fresh lemon or Meyer lemon juice, reserving the zest of 1 lemon 4 eggs 1⁄3 cup […]

Continue Reading


Lazy Gluten-Free Tomato Pasta Recipe

SERVES 2 A no-cook pasta sauce teeming with summer flavor means dinner is ready with nothing more than a little marinating of fresh tomatoes and the boiling of GF pasta! 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved 1 clove garlic, finely grated or crushed 1⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1⁄4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves, plus more for garnish Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 4 ounces gluten-free capellini pasta (we like Jovial brand) […]

Continue Reading


Destination: Charleston

Yes, the region’s unofficial trademark dish, shrimp and grits, is gluten-free. But it’s the natural Lowcountry beauty, distinctive architecture, and burgeoning (and GF-friendly) dining scene that make South Carolina’s historic city one of our favorite places for a hearty helping of Southern hospitality. By M. Linda Lee / Photography Christopher Shane DO THIS: Farmers Market Stalls overflowing with artisanal foods, crafts, and the bounty of the area’s fields, farms, and waters […]

Continue Reading


Brewing Controversy: The Progress with Today’s Gluten-Free Beer and the Problems with Current Labeling Laws

By Amy Copperman SEVEN YEARS AGO, DANE BREIMHORST WAS ABOUT TO FULFILL HIS LIFELONG DREAM OF OPENING A CRAFT BREWERY when he was diagnosed with celiac disease. Forced to put the project on hold, the Minnesota home brewer and professionally trained chef turned to his newly GF pantry to homebrew what he couldn’t readily find in stores—an ale that tasted as good as what he used to drink but wouldn’t […]

Continue Reading


GFF Spring Launch Giveaway

Our Spring 2016 issue launches April 19 nationwide with larger distribution than ever before, and were celebrating with a tasty GF giveaway just for you! Between April 1 and May 15, enter to win $250 worth of products and swag from Schar Gluten Free or Pamela’s Products, plus a year of GFF Magazine! Enter now by clicking below and enter often! You can also tweet to win every day through May 15th!   […]

Continue Reading


Charred Carrot Hummus

SERVES 2 TO 4 Get ready for your next food crush. Seriously. This velvety, crazy-good sweet and savory blend of charred carrots, tahini (sesame paste), lemon, and spice by our culinary muse Niki Ford is lighter and more nuanced than chickpea hummus, and it goes great with crudités or crackers or on a sandwich.   2 cups carrots, peeled and cut into 1-inch lengths 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus […]

Continue Reading


Shiitake Mushroom, Bacon, and Gruyère Frittata Recipe

SERVES 10 to 12 There may be no easier way to please a breakfast crowd than with this fluffy, decadent frittata by one of our favorite food friends Olivia Mack Anderson. The full recipe calls for a half-size sheet pan (i.e. a rimmed, 13 by 18-inch baking sheet), but you can easily halve the recipe and use a 9 by 13-inch pan or baking dish. Make this vegetarian by omitting […]

Continue Reading


Larb Moo aka Ground Pork Salad

SERVES 4 AS AN APPETIZER This traditional Thai dish served at Luang Say Residence in Luang Prabang, Laos, calls for rice powder, which is easily made by roasting 1/8 cup raw sticky rice in a preheated skillet over medium-low heat until golden brown while stirring constantly, about 12 minutes, then grinding it into a powder with a mortar and a pestle or a clean coffee grinder. Skip the powder and […]

Continue Reading


Warning: This Story is Inflammatory: the Relationship Between Diet, Inflammation, and Overall Health

by Amy Copperman If you could substantially reduce your chances of getting heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, a stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes with one simple life choice, would you opt in? This is the question we all should ask ourselves every time we put a forkful of food in our mouths, because, according to reports by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, these leading causes of death in […]

Continue Reading


Deals We Dig: The Holiday 2015 Edition

We love a good deal as much as anyone–even more so given the expensive prices of GF extravagances. So we figured you might like to know how to get the good stuff for less, too. Behold some delicious discounts from our sponsors: FoodyDirect This online food emporium curates the tastiest regional foods from around the country, including GF bundts, the above macarons, and dairy-free push pops. Save $10 off orders of […]

Continue Reading


Follow Us
WHAT IS GFF
GFF stands for Good Food (Forever) that also happens to be Gluten-Free (Forever).
Contact Us
Sign up for our newsletter