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Archives for November 2011

Home for the Holidays: Gluten Free Fritters (also called Förtchen, Futtjens or Ferdons)

  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 […]

General Mills, Gluten Free Condensed Soup and a Menu Plan

Before I share this week’s menu plan, I’d like to share an excerpt from Friday’s New York Times Magazine article, Should We All Go Gluten Free? that caught my eye (bold emphasis added). During the week of my visit to General Mills, eight women attended Alcocer’s meeting. Lunch was served and questions were asked. Alcocer […]

Home for the Holidays – Gluten Free Style

Are you ready for the most exciting holiday blog event ever? Well if you are, then get ready for Home for the Holidays … Gluten-Free Style, hosted by my dear friend Shirley over at gfe—gluten free easily!   Please join me, Shirley, and 23 other gluten-free bloggers as we make the recipes that mean both […]

Gluten Free Stuffed Mushrooms

With party season now upon us, there can never be a shortage of tasty gluten free finger foods!  The following recipe for stuffed mushrooms were my husband’s absolute favorite before we gave up dairy. The great thing about this recipe?  The stuffed mushrooms are naturally gluten-free so no substitutions are necessary…unless of course you want […]

GlutenTox Home Gluten Test Kits as a Qualified Medical Expense

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 […]

Birthday Reflections, a New Addition and a Menu Plan

Can you believe Thanksgiving is almost here?  Seriously, where has the time gone? I’m either having too much fun or I’m getting too darned old. Birthday Reflections I love Maxine, her attitude is a reflection of my own when it comes to birthdays so when I saw this particular quote, I thought it was the […]

Gluten-Free Vegan French Onion Dip, Football Party Food (and a few giveaway winners)

Since going dairy-free earlier this year there have been few things I actually miss (I’m not vegan but we don’t eat dairy and my son is allergic to eggs).  Which is really quite surprising to me seeing that it wasn’t too long ago that I could put back nearly a gallon of milk a day.  If […]

Ask Dr. Vikki: Can NAET Help with Gluten Intolerance?

Dr. Vikki, I just recently found out about NAET.  I would love to know what you think about it.  Can NAET help with gluten intolerance? Thanks, Jill Dear Jill, I have not known of a case where NAET reversed any gluten intolerance. I know that they make claims to do so, but personally I have […]

The Gluten Free Asian Kitchen Cookbook (and a Giveaway)

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 […]

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Honey Spice Cookies

Today’s post and recipe for gluten-free pumpkin honey spice cookies is courtesy of the National Honey Board.  I did add some recommendations to make these cookies dairy-free and egg-free, as well as a couple flavor variations because my husband is not a big fan of nuts and dried fruit in his cookies. The version with […]