salted caramel brownies

Gluten Free Brown Butter and Salted Caramel Brownies

New post up at Greenling blog for a decadent gluten free brownie recipe.

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My name is Christy and I was born, raised, and still live in Austin, TX. I love to travel. I have been all over the US, Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, etc. My second favorite place in the world is Negril, Jamaica where I have been 10 times and counting. I am a trained pastry chef but I am not currently working in "the industry" right now. I became a pastry chef in part to complement the fabulous dinners conjured up by my best friends Ethan and Michelle, who hopefully will be contributing to this blog as well. We went through a 2 year period of "Tuesday Night" dinner parties which were a smorgasbord of bloody meat and red, red wine. Friendships and laughter. The men did all the cooking while the women got tipsy, as all dinner parties should be. If I wanted to participate with food, I had to bring something and I became Dessert Girl. Eventually I attended the Le Cordon Bleu program at the Texas Culinary Academy and received a certificate in Pastry and Baking. I have had several baking jobs but found it hard to make ends meet, so I earn my living elsewhere for now. I have had the pleasure of working with several celebrity chefs including Rebecca Rather, Bronwen Weber, and David Lebovitz. I have also cultivated some amazing friends and resources in the Central Texas area and would like to share my knowledge with all who care to join me. My most recent honor was winning Best Sweet at the Bacon Takedown during SXSW 2011. As the culinary icon Ms. Childs' says, "Bon Appetit!" ***CONTACT ME at christy111luv@yahoo.com or twitter @christy111luv***

2 thoughts on “Gluten Free Brown Butter and Salted Caramel Brownies”

  1. Can’t wait to try these brownies! I found this site while searching for gluten-free stuff in Negril. I am going there for the first time tomorrow and was trying to find gluten-free options there. Since you’ve been there a lot do you have any suggestions? Thanks so much!

  2. My first suggestion is to take me with you but short of that eat lots of jerk, try Sweet Spice in town, negotiate before you get in the cab $5-$10 U.S. should get you anywhere, a firm but polite no thank u to the vendors and they’ll leave u alone, stock up on snacks and drinks at the Hi Lo, do lots of snorkeling, don’t be in a hurry ever, and watch every sunset with a rum drink in your hand. I’m not sure if Jamaicans will know what gluten is but with all the fresh fruit, curries, and jerk you will find plenty to eat.

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