High point: This time I didn't make a black bean casserole that looked like a loaf of cornbread piled on top of a can of beans.
Even higher point: Today--Tuesday--the son announced, while studying at his computer, that...
- He liked my cornbread (A first. Gluten-free baking, at least my gluten-free baking, is often boring and dry, but I added salsa to the dough this time and, apparently, it worked!)
- He doesn't like squash, and had serious doubts when I triumphantly carried my stuffed acorn squash to the table, but it was really good
- As was the rice stuffing with bits of cranberry in it (so now I know what stuffing to do for Christmas).
- Oh, and that Indian thing I did last week apparently tasted nice too.
No compliments for the pie though; it wasn't a brick, and it didn't collapse in a heap, but gluten-free pastry still leaves something to be desired--gluten perhaps?