Keeping a Clean Kitchen: Sink, Windows, & Lights

I don’t know about you, but in January I always get the urge to organize and clean.  I’ve been thinking about this series for some months, but I’m a little late in getting it started.  My intention is for it to be a new type of monthly challenge.  Each month I will give you a […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 1/12/11

  Life is quieting down a bit now that the holidays are over.  I enjoy winter and could spend all day snuggling with my dogs in front of a fire while reading a book (or a blog).  That hasn’t actually happened yet this winter, at least not the all day part, but the pace has […]

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Nutty Apricot Balls

Nutty Apricot Balls

This month, Lauren of Celiac Teen is hosting Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten Free.  Her theme is Follow the Calendar, which gives you lots of choices.  When I looked over this list of January Food Holidays, and saw that January 9th was National Apricot Day, I knew I had to make an apricot recipe.  You […]

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How to Go Dairy Free

When I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I cut out dairy for a while because of lactose intolerance.  I hoped the intolerance would go away, but it didn’t, and I simply began using lactose free milk and Lactaid pills.  At times over the years, though, I have wondered if I would benefit from going dairy […]

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Surfing Saturday 1/8/11

I hope everyone is enjoying the new year.  Have a great weekend! Gluten-Free/CeliacIs a Gluten-Free Diet Right for Me? Food Trends   Amazon Subscribe & Save GF Snacks* Cooking/Recipes (not necessarily gluten-free but adaptable and/or inspirational)Cheddar Cheese Ring Dairy Substitutes Quinoa and Black Beans 100 Things to do With a Banana Home/FamilyNewspaper Seedling Pots Magazine Gift Bow […]

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Favorite Posts of 2010

It’s interesting to look back over the posts I wrote in 2010.  Some of my  favorite recipes were developed last year, and yet I feel like I’ve been making them for years.  I’m also reminded that most of my recipes were filled with dairy before I went dairy free, and how your comments were so […]

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