I wish I had reasons beyond poor health for taking so long to post this recipe. I really wanted this up before Thanksgiving, but having health problems beyond Celiac causes issues during the holidays.
I’ll have the recipe up soon, an unexpected health concern came up. It’s being handled today. I should be able to to post up the cookies tonight. I wanted to update everyone, though. I’m still here.
It’s late, and I’ve been up all night baking, so I’ll post the recipe and instructions tomorrow as soon as I get up. Here’s how they look though, at least the first batch!
By the way, if you google the name of my blog, and find a cookbook, that’s not me. That’s someone from another part of Louisiana that’s not exactly a Cajun area and who doesn’t have a good grasp of intellectual property laws. I’m already in touch with an attorney. I’m more annoyed by the misrepresentation of the name of my blog than anything else. I’ve lived my entire life in Acadiana, and over half of it in the beating heart of Cajun Country – Lafayette. I do not like the food I pour my heart and soul into creating being misrepresented by a self-published cookbook out of the town known for housing the headquarters of the KKK in Louisiana.
I will not stand for this.
Oh boy. Since the weather is still flip-flopping something fierce and leaving me feeling worse for the wear, I confiscated my laptop and ferreted it away to the bedroom. Hubs can deal when he gets back from class and just do his homework instead of whatever it is he does all day, because I need to finish this post already. Remember these?
Well, I guess you kinda need the gravy recipe to make them look like that. So, without further adieu (screw you, ‘ado’ sounds like the noise my derpy dog makes), Gluten-Free White Sausage Gravy.