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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Gluten-Free Banana Nut Bread Recipe and a very spirited and personal note about being gluten free at Gluten Free Goddess. One commenter called it “stunning.” I have to agree. I have read the post several times. I can’t say that … Continue reading
Against the Grain Gourmet is a celiac owned family bakery that produces some excellent frozen GF food. They aren’t in a lot of stores, but they are worth searching for. I do have to give a hat tip to someone … Continue reading
As I mention on the About Us page, I (and everyone around me) suffered from anxiety for years. Once I started eating Gluten Free, the anxiety started to go away. I cannot even believe how I used to live day … Continue reading
Should We All Go Gluten Free? is a very detailed article from today’s New York Times. I am always heartened when I see the mainstream press covering Gluten Free living without turning into a freak show. This story only had … Continue reading
Emeril makes Gluten Free Pizza Dough on Planet Green. I haven’t tried this yet, but it looks like it might be good. More Emeril Gluten Free Videos at How Stuff Works.
Our Thanksgiving meal cornbread stuffing was made with Glutino Yankee Cornbread & Muffin Mix. Since we are also eating dairy free, the only substitution was to replace the butter in the recipe with coconut oil. It was very tasty and … Continue reading
What would you recommend serving to a gluten-free guest this Thanksgiving? I find that careful food allergy management empowers folks with “Can-Do Situations.” Options abound! For Thanksgiving, wheat and gluten lurk in some turkeys, turkey broths and marinades, gravies, spice … Continue reading
Living Without magazine recently released their 2011 Living Without Gluten Free Holiday Guide. I found mine at my local Barnes and Noble (in the New-age magazine section, not Food/Cooking) and you can also order the e-book from their site for … Continue reading
Our gluten-free menu started with testing gluten-free dough, but recently we’ve added a couple of gluten-free alcoholic beverages to the mix with Redbridge and Ace Cider. All of our appetizers can be made gluten-free, and we’re working on a gluten-free … Continue reading