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Archives for October 2009

"Worms for Brains"

Found this cute idea in the Taste of Home Halloween Edition. I made my spaghetti with Tinkyada GF Fusilli noodles. The boys had fun with it and ate the spaghetti but scrapped the orange bell pepper…figures! Incoming search terms:are funny worms gluten free (2)taste of home halloween (2)brains (1)halloween egg free entree (1)pepper worms (1)worms […]

Consumer Reports Tackles Gluten-Free Foods

I read an interesting article this morning in the Washington Post about Consumer Reports offering advice on gluten-free foods! Click here to read the article. Incoming search terms:Gluten Free Consumer report (3)consumer reports (gluten free foods) (1)consumer reports gluten free (1)the scoop on gluten consumers report (1)washington post gluten free consumer reports (1)

Gluten Free Couscous

I have not tried this yet, but today I found a gluten free couscous! It is a Roasted Brown Rice Couscous by Lundberg Farms. From the back of the box: Our Roasted Brown Rice Couscous is gluten free and made from 100% organic brown rice. The rice is gently crushed into tiny granules and then […]

Halloween Cupcakes for the Preschool Set

I made more cupcakes for Luke’s Halloween party at school tomorrow, but I toned it down a bit in the body part category!  Two year olds can “spook” easily. 🙂 Incoming search terms:halloween cupcakes ideas (16)halloween cupcake ideas (15)halloween cupcake decorating ideas (15)halloween cup cakes (13)halloween cupcakes decorating ideas (9)cupcakes halloween ideas (7)Thanksgiving Cupcake Ideas […]

Boo Grams

This is great.  Between last night and tonight, I have had 3 Boo Grams delivered to my front door by a mystery neighbor, well, 3 mystery neighbors!  What is a Boo Gram you ask? Click here to read all about it. This is a lot of fun and a great way to get your neighborhood […]

Halloween Cupcakes

I made some “spooky” gluten-free cupcakes to send to Sam’s class today and thought I would share what a lot of sugary icing and body parts gummy candy can do! Sam loves Halloween and so do I. This time of year, I just let go and allow myself to be a kid again. To run […]

Gluten Free Halloween Treats for Kids

I found some gummy bears by Yummy Earth at Whole Foods a couple of weeks ago.  I thought they would be a good treat to put in the boy’s lunch boxes.  Inside the big bag, there are 30 little portion sized packages.  I was surprised at how much I liked them, and I am a […]

Potato Leek Soup and Homemade Cranberry Sauce

This is a naturally gluten free Weight Watchers recipe that I got from my buddy Kristen.  It is delicious and super fast and easy to make! Potato Leek Soup 1 1/2 lbs. Baking Potatoes, peeled and chopped 2 Leeks, pale green and white parts only, cleaned and chopped 4 cups fat-free, reduced-sodium Chicken Broth (I […]

Should The Duodenal Biopsy Still Be The "Gold Standard" For A Positive Celiac Disease Diagnosis?

I just saw this link come across on my Twitter page and thought I would share. This is especially important to me because of the decision we (with the support and encouragement of Sam’s pediatric GI and his pediatrician) made with Sam.  Sam had a Positive blood test and a negative biopsy. After the horrible […]

Smothered Pork Chops

My mom-in-law made this recipe last year and I remember thinking they were the best pork chops I have ever eaten.  She gave me a photo copy of the recipe and it looks like it came from the magazine Cook’s Country.  There are a lot of steps but it is worth the effort! Smothered Pork […]