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Thanksgiving Game Plan: Do You Know The Plays?

Posted on November 12, 2011

Ever felt you needed a personal assistant to get everything done during the holidays? We know how it feels — with husbands, kids, pets, house guests, work, school and holiday shopping, planning and cooking – it can be overwhelming! Don’t spend all Thursday in the kitchen while your family and friends are out having fun;  Continue Reading »


GFCF Thanksgiving Menu – Gluten & Dairy Free

Posted on November 10, 2011

In many ways, Thanksgiving is the ultimate work preparedness test – think about it! Imagine what Craigslist ad for the job posting might look like… Now Hiring: Project Manager/Banquet Chef (Nationwide) Are you a Big Picture person? Can you make a plan and execute it? Can you multitask like your life depended on it? Can  Continue Reading »


More Showstopping Stuffings

Posted on November 10, 2011

I don’t know about you, but Thanksgiving dinner without stuffing just isn’t Thanksgiving. Whether you prefer wild rice, cornbread or a traditional stuffing, we have a whole recipe box dedicated to sensational ideas for your turkey’s favorite sidedish sidekick! Recreating traditional stuffing, gluten free, can be a challenge. Over the years, we have tried using  Continue Reading »


Menu Monday: Spring Lunch Menu

Posted on March 28, 2011

The perfect menu for this week! In most locales, it’s still too cold (and damp) to go out for a picnic lunch, so stay warm and dry with this menu that perfectly combines cozy comfort food with light spring flavors! Don’t forget, Orange and Lemon Day is on Thursday so be sure to try out  Continue Reading »


Menu Mondays: Early Spring Casual Entertaining Meal

Posted on March 21, 2011

This menu highlights the incoming warmer weather and fresh produce hitting grocery stores and farmers markets across the country. This meal is elegant and can be at least partially prepared ahead of time – definitely the endive appetizer and asparagus salad. The meal is light and fresh, but still hearty and sophisticated. Omit the steak  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 »


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 »


“Yes Virginia there is Thanksgiving dinner after going gluten free…”

Posted on November 21, 2007

>Thanksgiving Day…the only Holiday that has as its focus and main activity food. Some celebrate this day in a restaurant, others travel long distances to be with family and friends and some of us, because of gluten intolerance, will always be the host family for this day of gastronomic delight. Over the years we have  Continue Reading »


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