SuperGreen Eggplant Parmesan

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Being 1/2 Italian 1/2 Irish can be conflicting for me when it comes to cuisine, but I was raised in the Italian house which means it’s Italian food that dominates in my culinary skills. As a Gluten Free cook some Italian food does present problems I am working on getting around.  I have yet to tackle my homemade pasta gluten free yet, but some dishes are far easier to convert then you think.  Take for example Eggplant Parmesan, even fried you can use gluten free breadcrumbs and you are good to go.

Sometimes I like the eggplant fried, but other times, like when I get some beautiful sweet “Sicilian” Eggplants from the farmers market such as these beauties below, I like to keep it clean…. 

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Cooking The Books

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“…no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.” 
~ Julia Child

True words Mrs. Child. Wether you have been educated in the finest culinary schools in the world, or just cook daily at home, you must practice in order to be good, and that means you must COOK.  Some people say they “can’t cook” and you may be thinking “that’s me”  or “yeah Aunt Mary can’t boil water…”.  This could be true.   I could cook everyday and go to culinary school and never be an incredible chef like some I know.  I do believe that people are born with a predisposition towards culinary greatness.  It’s the same for anything.  A famous athlete.  A rocket scientist.  A surgeon.   Most people who are truly great at what they do, were blessed with a talent for it…. 

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