Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook-Review & Giveaway

“Whole & Healthy Grains for Every Meal of the Day” is what you will find in this new 448 page cookbook, which Bob’s Red Mill kindly sent to me for review.  While it is not a gluten free cookbook, it does contain many gluten free recipes which are marked as such. Because the book starts […]

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Edible Gifts

Last Christmas I gave a number of food gifts.  I combined them all in a nice basket, but of course I don’t have a picture.  I thought I would highlight a few of the ideas I used, though, and I do have a couple of pictures of individual things. Roasted Cinnamon nuts – just click […]

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Celiac Disease and Your Social Life

A Recent Experience For the first time ever, my husband and I left our kids home alone overnight.  Two nights to be exact.  We escaped to the beach where we shared a huge house with seven other couples.  We had a great time with our friends, and friends they truly are.  They understand celiac disease.  […]

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What can I eat that’s gluten free? 11-18-09

Welcome to this weekly blog carnival of gluten free eating ideas.  Please browse through the links and add your own.  If this is your first time linking up, please read the guidelines here. I’m very excited that this carnival has been growing recently, and I appreciate all of you who have participated.  Since I’m now […]

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Homemade Cheese Sauce

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I don’t make sauces or gravies very often, but with Thanksgiving and other holidays just around the corner I thought some of you might be interested in a gluten-free homemade cheese sauce recipe. I made this the other night to put on cauliflower.  I’m not a big fan of cauliflower, but I bought a head […]

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Drop Biscuits Revisited

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It seems I can’t just leave a good gluten-free recipe alone.  I have to tweak it to see if I can make it better, usually healthier.  The way I often do that is by increasing the amount of whole grain slightly and decreasing the starch by an equal amount.   I’ve done it with French bread, […]

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