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Banh Mi

It’s Vietnamese.  Banh Mi is a Vietnamese sandwich traditionally made with a wheat/rice flour baguette, so it’s totally in keeping with a rice flour baguette.   Banh Mi can have a lot of different ingredients like pulled pork, chicken, and pate, in addition to cucumbers and cilantro.  Although Banh Mi is also sometimes also made with pickled daikon, it’s much easier if you just use homemade pickled carrots, which are pretty good on their own.

Ingredients:

For the pickled carrots:

2 medium size carrots

1 tablespoon sugar

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Shrimp Salad Po’Boy

And now, for some New Orleans food.  Years ago, I spent several months wandering around the French Quarter at night.  I learned a lot about New Orleans food.  Ostensibly, I was there for law school.

I’ve been craving this particular salad for days, so without further ado, I give you a shrimp salad po’boy.

Ingredients:

three large stalks of celery

2 cups of “salad” pre-cooked shrimp.  (“Yes, I know cheap farmed shrimp are terrible for the environment.”  They’re still not as bad as cows.)

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Easy Gluten Free Baguette

Gluten free bread is easy enough.  You need a mixing bowl, a crock pot and a tinfoil ring.  Or, you can just buy it, at any regular grocery store.

What you might miss, is special things like baguettes.  Baguettes are easy enough, though.  Gluten Free Pantry has a French Bread mix, that can be shaped into baguettes, and then baked in a steamy oven–put a pyrex bowl of water on the floor of the oven–to get an extra crisp crust.

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