Welcome to Day 3 of Home for the Holidays – Gluten-Free Style, hosted by Shirley Braden of Gluten Free Easily. In case you’ve missed the first two posts, here’s a quick recap for you: From November 28 – December 23, we have 25 bloggers sharing 26 gluten-free recipes that mean “home” and “holidays” to […]
Emily at Biomedal Diagnostics in Spain I was excited to meet Heidi at the Chicago GFAF Expo way back in April, and even more excited when she and Wendy of Celiacs in the House joined forces to do a review/giveaway for GlutenTox Home shortly after. If possible, I’m even more excited now, because I’m going […]
I recently received a complimentary copy of The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen but I’ve been so busy prepping for Thanksgiving that I haven’t had a chance to make any of the recipes yet. Drooling over the photos is another matter entirely, I’ve done plenty of that! Mike and I had a great idea…we decided that we’re […]
Freedom Foods Tropic O’s Cereal (a.k.a. Gluten, Allergen and Synthetic Dye Free “Fruit Loops”) with a Giveaway!
Gluten and allergen free moms, REJOICE! The day has finally arrived that our kiddos can make the dreaded Fruit Loop necklace along side their classmates and no longer feel left out! It was precisely the above situation that led me to Freedom Foods in the land down under a couple weeks ago. When Luke and […]
Of all the many successful ingredient tweaks I’ve made over the years, this is one I am especially proud of, an egg-free version of King Arthur Flour’s Gluten Free Bread Mix. While I no longer buy very many gluten-free prepackaged products, this bread mix is one occasional exception I will make for my kiddos (even […]
I have some very exciting news to share with you from Crave Bakery, they are now offering custom gluten and allergen free wedding and special event cakes in the San Fransisco and Los Angeles area: If you have food allergies or a restricted diet that excludes Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Soy, or many other commonly allergenic […]
This year is quickly becoming my year of all things marinades, rubs, sauces and dressings. Growing up, we relied on salt and condensed soup “gravy” to add flavor and moisture to our meats and veggies (which were often dry and/or mushy and therefore required something to help them go down). Sadly, I was fine with […]