Gluten Sensitivity & Celiac Forum and a Giveaway

Today I want to let you know about an opportunity for you to learn more about celiac disease and gluten intolerance.  HealthNOW is hosting the second annual Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Forum event in Palo Alto, California.  It takes place Saturday, October 16 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.  They have some great speakers lined […]

[Continue reading...]



signature

Squash Fest: Curried Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Wendy Gregory Kaho left a freelance writing career to home school and to find a diagnosis for herself and her children. After a decade of searching and numerous doctors, she discovered that she and her children had celiac disease. Wendy became a blogger and activist in the celiac community. With her blog, Celiacs in the […]

[Continue reading...]


signature

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 9/29/10

September is winding down and this is the last week of the pancake or waffle challenge.  Be on the lookout for October’s challenge and a book giveaway (not a cookbook) coming up soon. Last week’s gluten-free carnival had lots of terrific recipes and tips linked up.  I’m loving the picture linkies as I look back […]

[Continue reading...]


signature

Squash Fest

A few weeks ago I started receiving squash in my CSA box.  I’ve mostly gotten butternut squash, but also an acorn squash.  Although zucchini is one of our favorite vegetables, I’ve done very little with other squashes.  Last year I made a butternut squash soup that I really liked, and I cooked spaghetti squash a […]

[Continue reading...]


signature

Butternut Squash Pancakes

Butternut Squash Pancakes

There’s not much time left for this month’s create a gluten-free pancake or waffle challenge.  Of course, I hope you keep working on creating great gluten-free food even after each challenge ends.  My goal for the month was to make one new waffle recipe (multigrain waffles) and one new pancake recipe.  I have been wanting […]

[Continue reading...]


signature

30 Processed Foods that are Usually Gluten Free

Last week as I read comments and tweets, I was freshly reminded of how difficult it can be when you first start on the gluten-free diet.  It takes time to learn what you can eat, and while I don’t recommend a diet high in processed foods, they are a fact of life for many of […]

[Continue reading...]


signature


Gluten-Free Products on Amazon Help support this site (at no additional cost to you) and start your purchase here.

Amazon affiliate link

Enter your Email for free updates.
Web Analytics