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Off the hook

This dish takes fish and chips to the next level!

This recipe takes fish and chips to the next level! (from Goodness: Recipes & Stories)

 

Halibut Crunch
Serves 4

Ingredients
2½ cups potato chips (we like Neal Brothers Srirachup Kettle Chips)
2 heaping tbsp spicy mayo (we like Neal Brothers Sriracha Mayonnaise)
4 halibut fillets, skin-on (4-6 ounces each)
Chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves (optional)

Instructions
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Place potato chips in a food processor fitted with the metal blade and process until they resemble coarse breadcrumbs. (Alternatively, crush them right in the opened bag using a rolling pin.)

Place fish on the prepared baking sheet. Spread mayonnaise evenly overtop. Coat fish in chip crumbs (only the top of the fish), pressing lightly so they stick to the mayo.

Bake in the preheated oven for about 20 minutes until coating is crispy and golden brown and fish is opaque and flakes easily with as fork. Garnish with parsley if using.

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Neal Brothers is a Silver sponsor of Gluten Free Garage.

Come and get it!

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Here’s a sneak preview of some of the products you can score at Gluten Free Garage. We’re handing out free tote bags for your gluten-free loot!

  For the first 1,000 people who come through the doors of Wychwood Barns on Sunday May 1st.

Entrance is on Christie Street. Doors open at 10 am.

Our new bags for #GFG16 will also feature the logos of our Gold sponsors Italpasta and Fiesta Farms, the official grocer of GFG.

Photo by Franco Deleo

Jordan Middlebrook holds court

Are you ready to meet the king?

Are you ready to meet the King at Gluten Free Garage?

 

5 QUESTIONS for celiac advocate Jordan Middlebrook (King Gluten Free)

What’s your motto?
Own it. It’s just about really listening to your gut and owning what you do or say. Taking the chance on yourself and pushing some of your limits.

3 things you’d bring to the desert island.
Popcorn, a flashlight and my daughter.

Why gluten free?
Celiac disease. :(

What’s your go-to gluten-free breakfast?
Typically cereal. But, then again, whatever is available, too. Last night’s dinner is always a safe bet. I’ll eat cookies too. I don’t have a problem with anyone poo-pooing my breakfast choices.

Tell us a little-known fun fact about you.
Female singers are my thing. There is something about how they bring emotion to their songs and make me feel things more than a male singer does.

 

King Gluten Free in all his glory

In his world, all that glitters is gluten free.

 

Jordan will tell you why “Celiac Disease is not a Buzzkill” at 1 pm in The Stop at Gluten Free Garage!