Gluten-Free Wednesdays 3/9/11

Gluten-Free Wednesdays

Gluten-Free Wednesdays has been growing and I so appreciate everyone’s participation.  There would be no carnival without you! Giveaway: This week I am giving away a copy of the eBook, The Gluten Free Survival Guide by Mary Frances and John Pickett. Monthly Challenge: There is no challenge this month. Instead, I am hosting Go Ahead […]

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Kitchen Tip: Storing Celery

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Today’s tip was sent to me by a reader.  It is a tip I had never heard about before.  She doesn’t take credit for it herself, but says the tip is from Martha Stewart. Tracy says, When you bring celery home from the store, take it out of the plastic and wrap it in foil […]

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Breakfast Casserole (Dairy Free)


Breakfast foods tend towards being high in carbohydrates and low in protein.  That’s okay for a couple of people in my family, but several of us really need a high protein breakfast, especially if it’s going to be a long day of school or work. Muffins are great for a quick breakfast, and I often […]

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The Gluten Free Survival Guide Review & Giveaway

If you have done much looking for gluten-free recipes and information on the Internet, then you have probably come across Gluten Free Cooking School (GFCS).  In case you are not aware, they have a new eBook, The Gluten Free Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know (And Nothing That You Don’t) About Living Gluten Free by Mary […]

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Surfing Saturday 3/5/11


I don’t know about you, but we just love puppies around here.  It’s too bad they grow up so quickly, but then we love grown dogs too.  Here are your weekend links.  I hope you enjoy them! Gluten-Free/Celiac Big News for Celiac Treatment Comes in Small Package Mucosal Recovery & Mortality in Adults with Celiac […]

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Kitchen Tip: Cleaning Burnt on Food

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Today’s kitchen tip comes to us from Kelly at Loving Life’s Little Moments.  When you have burnt on food in the bottom of a pot, you can easily clean it with no scrubbing!  Kelly says, “Liberally pour baking soda over the mess.  Now add a little water to make a paste.  Now walk away and […]

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