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9 Must Try Gluten Free Halloween Treats

Posted on October 28, 2009

Every year at my house my two young children eagerly anticipate the coming of Halloween. There is something about getting dressed up in their favorite action hero or character and collecting more candy that can possibly be eaten in a year! Choosing costumes (or if you are crafty enough — making costumes), planning parties and  Continue Reading »


Spectacular Winter Dinners!

Posted on January 6, 2009

>Every once in a while we come across some incredible meals that deserve a little extra mention. This month we have two outstanding meals that will impress even the world’s biggest food critic. Given that these meals are extraordinary, they do take a little time to prepare, so if you are feeling “gourmet” this month,  Continue Reading »


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 »


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 »


A Gluten-Free 4th of July Picnic

Posted on July 2, 2008

>The 4th of July weekend usually brings up some interesting challenges when dealing with a gluten-free diet. Not only do you have to contend with those well-meaning relatives and friends who desperately try to accomodate you on your diet, but you also have to be somewhat creative on finding gluten-free foods at picnics, boating excursions  Continue Reading »


Perfect Picnics

Posted on June 10, 2008

> Outdoor dining can be a challenge on a gluten-free diet because many of the foods associated with picnics are typically gluten oriented. Gluten-free foods generally do not keep as long and can suffer quality if made too far in advance of your outing. The trick to great gluten-free picnics is to choose the right  Continue Reading »


Irish Treasures

Posted on March 17, 2008

In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to take our users on an adventure to the beautiful country of Ireland. Interestingly enough, Ireland happens to have a very high rate of Celiacs (1 in 300 people). So amongst the beautiful, historical castles, the lush green pastures, crystal clear streams and breathtaking mountain slopes,  Continue Reading »


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