Gothic Granola

Tag Archives: Cast-iron Cookware

Pan-Fried Blueberries: Blueberry Blue Cornbread

Blueberry Un-Blues: Blueberry Blue Cornbread
Measure twice, cut once, as the adage goes. Measure once, make it, measure again, remake it, I say. Seeing blueberry cornbread “by the pound” at work made me want to make my own, with whole grain flours. In the first iteration, I used all coarse-grind blue cornmeal to make it truly blue.

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Camping Cookie and Granola

You may notice some changes around here.  It was time for a title change since “Screwfoot Q” means a lot to me, but it’s not an obvious name for a vegan, gluten-free cooking blog with a shot of shadow-side-of-life perspective.  “Gothic Granola” is also a personal reference (is it solipsistic in here, or is it just me?).  Two labels that I would be fine having are “gothic” and “granola.”  Further explanation of these shall come when I re-do the “About” tab.  In the meantime, have a cookie.
A giant cookie.
skillet cookie vegan gluten-free |gothic granola

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Anadama Bread

So I may not have baked dessert, but I did bake anadama bread and muffins this week.  I love baking in cast-iron.

basil beer cornbread | gothic granola

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One Brick at at Time | Basil Beer Cornbread

Brick by brick,
Clock by tick,
No matter how thin,
No matter how thick.
Papa told Mama,
and Laura told Nick,
‘You can move a mountain
If you do it brick by brick.’


The above song is from the original computer game Lego Island, circa 1998.  One-day-at-a-time philosophy crops up in the most wonderful of places.  One brick at a time, I’m reorganising this blog into a more functional resource, letting the archivist brain run wild.


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