Chicken and Goat Cheese Enchiladas from Bites & Booze

YouTube has a new food-centric channel called HUNGRY and they just launched a new gluten-free cooking show called Bites & Booze: Gluten Free. They contacted me a few days ago and asked if I would be interested in showing a couple of the clips along with the recipes and I said “sure, a gluten-free cooking show – why not”!

HUNGRY, from the multimedia studio Electus, will satisfy your appetite for a new take on culinary shows and celebrity chefs. HUNGRY’s high-impact, original programming offers the perfect blend of strong characters and unique personalities with real, helpful, and highly entertaining tidbits on everything food. From intense culinary challenges and one-of-a-kind dining experiences, to hilarious food pranks and gastronomic adventures, HUNGRY aims to feed the food obsession in each of us. Viewers can subscribe to HUNGRY for trailers and show updates at: www.youtube.com/hungry.

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Apple Cheesecake Bars with Caramel Crumb Topping

Whoever said that it turns to fall right after Labor Day obviously doesn’t live in California.  I mean seriously, what is up with this weather?  It’s 90 degrees today.  But I’m not letting that stop me from getting in the “fall” mood by making these AH-MAZING Carmel Apple Cheesecake Bars.  I found these while searching for something sinister to make to kick-off the fall season.  And boy oh boy were these it.  They are the perfect way to ease in to fall – now if the weather would only cooperate a little.

Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars

You will love these so much you won’t mind if it’s 90 degrees or 50 degrees, they taste great no matter what the temperature is outside.  Just make sure you have a BIG glass of milk to go with it.

Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars

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Bacon Wrapped Dates w/Goat Cheese and Rosemary Almonds

There is this restaurant that I just love in Aliso Viejo, CA called Opah.  It’s kind of my “go to” place for good food and great lemon drop martini’s.  You say “hey let’s meet for drinks after work” and I say “Opah”! Usually when we go there we are in time for happy hour and it never fails that we’ll order their bacon wrapped dates. Hence this post was inspired.  I haven’t been to Opah in a few weeks so I was somewhat “jonesing” for these little morsels.

I decided to give my own twist to my favorite happy hour appetizer  bacon wrapped dates w/goat cheese and rosemary almonds.  It’s a mouthful I know, but so are these luscious flavored dates with a subtle taste of goat cheese and a crisp Marconi almond in the middle.  The drizzled with a balsamic vinegar reduction. Did I mention that the almond has rosemary and sea salt all over it too?!

Is your mouth-watering yet?

Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Rosemary Almonds

Did you know there is an International Bacon Day?  Yep, that’s right. How cool is that?  It’s the Saturday before Labor Day Monday. Click here for more info:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Bacon_Day.  This idea of an International Bacon Day was what spurred my interest to revive my love of these little goodies.

They take a little time, but they are well worth the effort.

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Interesting Article about Celiac Disease from Medscape.com

Interesting new study regarding prevalence of CD in the U.S. Probably useful for you as you think about the number of people in the U.S. available to your blog or books…

August 1, 2012 — The prevalence of celiac disease (CD) in the United States may be more common than originally thought, according to findings from the first large population-based study that sampled people from a variety of ethnic groups.

Among the survey’s key findings are that nearly 2 million people have CD, but most of them are unaware of it.

The study was authored by Alberto Rubio-Tapia, MD, from the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, and colleagues, and was published online July 31 in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

“The prevalence of [CD] in the United States is unknown,” the authors write. Population studies from diverse groups have suggested that CD may be underdiagnosed, and some estimates have indicated that the prevalence of the disorder in non-Hispanic whites in the United States may be as high as 1.1%.

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Munchkin Land Designs: Giveaway

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