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Chicken Salad Revisited

Posted on September 22, 2008

>Chicken Salad, once an old restaurant standby, has come of age. Flavored from spices and ingredients from around the world, today’s Chicken Salad has been transformed into a nutritious meal fit for an elegant lunch or entrée. There are many ways to prepare the chicken meat to be used in a salad. Steeping, produces a  Continue Reading »

ABC’s of Gluten Free Back to School Planning

Posted on September 15, 2008

Recently I’ve been to several gluten-free conventions and have had the pleasure to either instruct cooking classes or lecture on how to eat well on a gluten-free diet. Inevitably, simply due to the large number of children diagnosed with Celiac disease, the question arises about what to send with our Celiac kids to school. Through  Continue Reading »

DIY Flavored Butters

Posted on September 2, 2008

>Flavored butters are as versatile in ingredients as they are in their uses. Flavored butters are a great finish to grilled or broiled steak, fish, on gf bread, vegetables, chicken and too many things to mention them all! Flavored butters are a wonderful way to add a splash of flavor to grilled or broiled meats  Continue Reading »

Gluten Free BBQ Sauces & Rubs

Posted on August 18, 2008

>What separates a good barbecue from a fabulous barbecue? Delicious sauces and rubs! The flavor of any meat, fish or vegetables can be greatly enhanced by marinating, using a rub and or basting with a sauce towards the end of the cooking process. The terrific news is that all homemade marinades, rubs and sauces are  Continue Reading »

Pretty as Peach

Posted on August 8, 2008

Delicious peaches are now in season everywhere. The fuzzy exterior is sweet to taste and melts in your mouth, while the juicy flesh tantalizes your taste buds. Take advantage of these delicious fruits while they are in season. Always pick “tree-ripened” peaches for optimal flavor. Look for peaches that are sweetly perfumed and give slightly  Continue Reading »

Great Grilled Corn!

Posted on August 5, 2008

>Grilled corn is a great accompaniment to any summer barbecue and one of the easiest meals to make. If you’ve wondered which is the proper way to grill or roast corn, with husks, without husks, in foil, without silks; the answer is all of the above. Grilling adds a roasted taste to corn that enhances  Continue Reading »

Everything Zucchini!

Posted on July 28, 2008

> Zucchini is one of those vegetables that transcends typical likes and dislikes. If you are a person that generally does not like squash, it is entirely possible that you may still love zucchini. Zucchini are best when picked early, while they are still tender and fairly small, about the size of a small to  Continue Reading »

Cool Summer Snacks for Kids

Posted on July 21, 2008

> This summer I’m sure many of you will hear over and over again…”I’m hungry!” from your kids, as I do daily! Cool your kids off this summer with some great snacks that will satisfy their tummies without ruining their meals. Healthy Cool Snack Choices Fresh fruit Always have fresh fruit within hands reach for  Continue Reading »

Food from the Carribbean

Posted on July 14, 2008

> What do you think of when you think of foods from the Caribbean? Hot, spicy flavors married with tropical fruit? Aromatic spices blended with fiery hot peppers? Bananas, pineapple, mangoes, ginger, allspice are all flavors indicative of the Caribbean. When I think of Caribbean cuisine, I first think of jerk seasoning. Jerk is a  Continue Reading »

Delicious Summer Pies

Posted on July 7, 2008

> Enjoying a slice of pie is the perfect ending to a delightful summer meal. Many people with Celiac think this is a forbidden pastime…well, think again. Making delicious gluten-free pies your whole family will enjoy is just within your reach. The obvious challenge is the crust. Our solution to this problem is turn to  Continue Reading »



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