Lefse | Potato Flatbread

Lefse | Potato Flatbread

My friend Bethany Zill shared these lefse recipes with me from her mother, Glenda Burtman. The first recipe is Glenda's original recipe, which contains gluten and dairy. The second recipe is one that Glenda developed to be free of gluten and dairy. The flours included in this recipe are tapioca, oat, and potato. It takes practice to be able to consistently roll out the lefse, but once you've figured out how to do it, the process is fairly simple! Watch my video to see how it's done.

Key Lime Custards

Key Lime Custards

These cute little individual custards are nice and refreshing. And they are quick to mix, pour, and cook. The hardest part is waiting for them to chill! I used a sous vide hot water bath so that I didn't have to worry about burning them, but you can cook them in an oven very easily, too.

Perfectly Cooked SOUS VIDE Chicken Thighs

Perfectly Cooked SOUS VIDE Chicken Thighs

I've become addicted to bone-in, skin-on dark meat chicken since discovering how to get perfect results with a sous vide hot water bath and our gas grill. It's a very simple recipe - the secret is in combining the two cooking methods for just the right amount of time.