I haven’t published any posts this week, and it’s already Thursday. My intention is to do at least two or three recipes a week, hopefully even more as time goes on. This week I got derailed.I got what we like to call “glutened,” and I have been sick for days. My kitchen is safe, and by that I mean there is literally no gluten there. There are no contaminated pans, spoons – nothing. I can eat and cook and not worry about making myself sick....more
Crab Artichoke and Spinach DipOne of our favorite appetizers is this super easy and an absolutely luscious transformation of traditional Hot Artichoke Dip. http://www.binkysculinarycarnival.com/home--blog/new-years-appetizers-easy-crab-artichoke-spinach-dip...more
How long will I mourn the loss of gluten? I stood in the aisle of my small town grocery store tonight and held back tears because the slot where my gluten-free spaghetti usually sits is now occupied by a whole-wheat pasta version that no one ever buys. I felt pathetic standing there with my mouth agape, pasta sauce in one hand, bagged salad in the other. Three years after my diagnosis of Celiac Disease, I'm still stumbling along in the wilderness of gluten-free living....more
This recipe is one of my husband’s favorite meals. He has been asking me to make it for quite some time and I only recently got around to doing it. I posted it about a year ago and recently decided to update it and reshoot the pictures. One of my favorite things about cooking is that it is always changing and hopefully improving. The same goes for food photography. So this is a new and improved butternut squash lasagna recipe.Read More Here...more
When I spotted this outstanding Light Mac & Cheese with Greens from Yankee Kitchen Ninja, it immediately got my attention. In the winter, I find myself buying greens almost every time I'm at the store, so I'm always looking for surprising, creative ways to use them.
What better way than mixing them into a healthier version of everyone's favorite comfort food, macaroni and cheese? Julianne used collard greens in her recipe, but you could use kale or Swiss chard, too. ...more
What I LearnedIn 2002, after being sick for over a year, I found a doctor that was able to give me real answers. Since a lot of my symptoms were GI related he recommended a stool test. The results showed gluten, dairy, soy and egg intolerance. I definitely felt better after removing those foods and supplementing with nutrients that I had lost from all the GI distress and leaky gut. But I never completely had freedom from stomach pain, itching, post nasal drip and fluid in my ears....more
By simply combining two basic ingredients, you can have a batch of fudge on hand that will satisfy your chocolate cravings any time, and you will still stay right on track with your healthy eating plan.