The Dusty Baking Show
In the wet cold of a New York City autumn, I hired the incredibly lovely Tamishia Harris to hang out in my kitchen with a camera and record while I baked. I had been contemplating what a gluten-free baking show of mine could look like, and while a more formal product is still one I’m musing on while at work cooking or during cab rides between interviewing chefs, I knew I needed to start somewhere. I wanted to create something fun, accessible and relaxed. Something not particularly polished or pretty. Something friendly. Something a little… dare I type it… dusty.
So the little demo above gives you a taste of what that world could look like. And for the videos posted on this site and on Vimeo, click the recipe links below (more links a’comin).
Shot with an air of exhaustion, quirk and a lot of love, I hope you enjoy.
Gluten-Free Food Series for E:How Food
A few months after the Dusty Baking demo was out I got asked to do a gluten-free baking series for E:How Food. Fun stuff. I learned once again that there should be more lighting designers in this world. But also that people that work behind a camera are incredibly cool to hang out in a kitchen with. The director, my assistant (the divine Kym at Free Spirit Eater) and I shot all ten of these videos in one day.
Fingers crossed that for the next series I’m asked to do, they throw a makeup person and my own personal coconut water re-filler into the deal.
For short videos guiding you through some tasty gluten-free recipes, click on the links.
Gluten-Free Muffins with Gluten-Free, All Purpose Flour
Gluten-Free Blueberry Corn Bread
Gluten-Free Vanilla Cupcakes
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cookies
Gluten-Free Red Velvet Pancakes
How to Make Boxed Gluten-Free Cakes Better