Apple & Walnut Stuffed Acorn Squash: Squash Fest

The following is a guest post.  Amy Green, M.Ed., authors Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free, a blog about eating well, eliminating refined sugars and wheat, and maintaining a healthy weight. Over the years she’s learned that eating healthier doesn’t equal deprivation. Look for Amy’s first cookbook, Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: 120 Easy & Delicious Meals You […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 11/3/10

Wednesdays are probably my favorite blogging day.  That’s because I get to see all your wonderful links, though it usually takes me a couple of days to get through them.  This week I am out of town for a couple of days (you’ll hear more about that later), but will visit your links as soon […]

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Chicken, Vegetable, & Wild Rice Soup

Chicken/Turkey, Vegetable and Wild Rice Soup

Those of you who have been cooking for a long time, already know this, but I often remind myself that all kinds of people read this blog, and some of the simplest cooking ideas took me years to discover. Most of us enjoy having short cuts when it comes to fixing dinner, at least some […]

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Make a Gluten-Free Pie Challenge

My Grandma Sally died when I was 7 years old.  I still remember her well, though.  She lived on a farm, and the animals loved her.  That says a lot about a person.  She was also that perfect grandmother type—full of love, hugs, interesting things to do, and delicious food.  I remember walking into her […]

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Surfing Saturday 10/30/10

I love to know if you find these links helpful and/or enjoyable.  Leave a comment or send me an email.  Gluten-Free/Celiac Information$45 million Private Donation for Celiac Research What You Need to Know about Celiac Disease (Gluten Intolerance Group) Allergies and Intolerance Food (not necessarily gluten-free but adaptable and/or inspirational)Homemade Condiments Campfire Orange Cakes Grilled […]

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Z’s Cup of Tea – Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger

Sea from Book of Yum is the creator and usually the host of the monthly event, Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger.  This month I’m adopting Zoe from Z’s Cup of Tea.  Zoe is a teenage foodie blogger.  The goal of her blog is to “demonstrate and teach that gluten-free/dairy-free cooking and eating is for everyone, not […]

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