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Yearly Archives: 2008

Celebrate New Year’s Eve, Gluten-Free!

Posted on December 29, 2008

>For many of us, parties can lose their luster once diagnosed with Celiac disease. Since most parties center around food and drink, many gluten-intolerant find it difficult to partake in celebrations where they can’t eat the food and prefer not to drink on an empty stomach. Instead of feeling left out, try hosting your own  Continue Reading »


A Christmas Dinner to Remember

Posted on December 23, 2008

>Celebrating the holidays with friends and family can be a fun and joyous event….but it can also be filled with stress and frustration. After all families are family — you just never know what can happen and preparing a feast of all feasts can be a little overwhelming at times…especially if you are the host.  Continue Reading »


Beautiful Holiday Soups

Posted on December 16, 2008

>Nothing will tantalize your holiday guest’s appetites more than a sensational bowl of soup. Winter vegetables or shell fish make the perfect main ingredients for savory soups that will have your guests oooing and ahhhing not only after each delectable bite, but also over exquisite presentations. Soup as a first course should be served sparingly.  Continue Reading »


>Gifts from Your Kitchen and Your Heart

Posted on December 12, 2008

>My husband’s family gets together every year after Christmas to draw names for the next year’s Christmas gifts. The concept is that each member of the family will buy a nice gift for one person instead of buying less expensive gifts for everyone. This method simplifies the season’s gift buying frenzy, plus our family members  Continue Reading »


>Festive Chutneys and Relishes

Posted on November 24, 2008

>Perfect for an elegant meal and frequently served to enhance the flavor of an entree, chutneys and relishes are usually made from a delightful combination of salty, sweet, spicy and hot ingredients blended together to create an intense explosion of flavors. Chutneys and relishes are a refreshing alternative to a standard cranberry sauce or heaven  Continue Reading »


Two Perfect Turkeys

Posted on November 18, 2008

>This Thanksgiving we are delighted to bring you two spectacular roasted turkey recipes that are sure to impress even the most sophisticated of turkey experts. The first is marinated in a honey brine solution over-night, which produces an unbelievable succulent bird that is juicy and flavorful all the way through. The second is a wonderful  Continue Reading »


Thanksgiving Dinner Game Plan

Posted on November 11, 2008

>For many, the preparation and production of Thanksgiving dinner can be a stressful and frenzied operation. The meal is complicated by a menu that usually includes many side dishes, salads, gravy, condiments and servings of large portions that are a little more cumbersome to prepare than usual. Add to the equation, the dynamics of visiting  Continue Reading »


Happy Halloween!

Posted on October 20, 2008

It’s amazing how all of a sudden one day you wake up and its fall! The leaves start falling and the weather shifts and changes to brisk mornings and cooler afternoons. You can even almost smell the difference in the air. The coming of fall also brings one of my kid’s favorite holidays — Halloween.  Continue Reading »


10 Great Potato Recipes

Posted on October 13, 2008

>No matter how you slice them, potatoes are just about everyone’s favorite in one form or another. Great accompaniments to just about any entrée, potatoes can be elegant or casual to suit any menu. Mashed potatoes, one of our favorite quick meal accompaniments, can be completely changed meal to meal just by adding different ingredients  Continue Reading »


Polenta On The Grill

Posted on September 29, 2008

>Creamy polenta, polenta rounds, polenta with seasonings, polenta with vegetables, polenta stuffing, soft, fried, sautéed and yes, even grilled; there are so many ways to prepare and enjoy naturally gluten-free polenta. Polenta in its varied forms is a great alternative to pasta or rice as a side dish. This is a food that can easily  Continue Reading »


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