Gluten-Free Wednesdays 1/26/11

Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays!  I didn’t get to visit as many links as I had hoped last week, but I did have a wonderful couple of days with my parents.  They moved recently and still need help settling in and cleaning out their old house.  Thanks for everyone’s participation.  There were lots of great looking […]

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Kitchen Tip: Storing Non Perishables

Today’s kitchen tip is from Andrea of Andrea’s Kitchen. Be sure to stop by her gluten-free blog if you haven’t been there before. Andrea recommends dating all your non-perishable items, including canned foods, pasta, and spices, as soon as you bring them home from the store.  Andrea says, “I started doing this when my husband […]

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Cranberry Walnut Muffins

Cranberry Walnut Muffins

Muffins are wonderful.  Don’t you think so?  They are a nice serving size and work perfectly for an easy snack or breakfast.  They can satisfy that desire for something bready, and they are so very versatile.  You can vary the flours and the add-in options are numerous.  Try a variety of nuts, fresh, canned, dried, […]

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How to Go Dairy Free Part 3: Adapting Recipes

  In this final post of my recent dairy free series I would like to tell you about recipes I have converted to being dairy free.  I hope it will inspire you to try dairy free versions of your favorite recipes.  You can read the first two posts in this series here: How to Go […]

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Surfing Saturday 1/22/11

 Image via office.microsoft.com Gluten-Free/Celiac Subway Testing Gluten-Free Sandwiches USDA Scientists Produce Palatable Gluten-Free Bread Gluten Free But Still Feeling Ill? Cooking/Recipes (not necessarily gluten-free but adaptable and/or inspirational) West Bay Johnnycake Recipe Chicken Tortilla Soup Healthy Soups Sea Salt & Gourmet Salts Guide Home/Family Hints and Things Household Products Database – Health & Safety Information […]

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Keeping a Clean Kitchen Update

When I published the first Keeping a Clean Kitchen challenge last week, I wasn’t sure how people would respond.  Honestly, I was afraid it would be a real flop.  While I didn’t get an overwhelming response, I was happy to receive a few comments and a number of emails from readers who thought it was […]

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