I know, it sounds funny, but it’s really quite good. It’s Lent now, and as a vegetarian I don’t find meatless Fridays very hard to do :D, so I try to keep dinner simple on Friday so that we’re still giving something up. This was a new recipe, but it turned out really well. It’s very flavorful, but also very simple and easy to make.

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Not long after my friend Ginny got diagnosed with celiac disease, she set me a challenge — to make a dough that could hold up to frying.  I told her I already had — since, as it turned out, I already had — but, it wasn’t a dough I was thrilled with.  Roll time forward, and happy breakthroughs on how to make flexible dough have brought me to the tasty, sweet, warm, crisp donut.
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I figure it’s about time I followed up Jocelyn’s apple pie recipe with one of my own.  :-)  I can’t quite say she’s the one who taught me to make apple pie; back when we were finishing up college, I hadn’t really figured out how to make gluten-free pie crusts yet, so it’s more that she taught me how to make apple pie filling.
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These two sauces have both been in use in my extended family for years. I highly recommend them both. I don’t have pictures for you, since, although I make these both quite often, I haven’t take pictures. I’ll put some up later, once I remember. Sorry :-(. I meant to post with pictures of some other things, but this weekend has been crazy!

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