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  The Linguistic Challenges of Slicing an Avocado

When I posted my recipe for Black Olive Hummus I mentioned that I love hummus sandwiches with sliced avocado, tomato and lettuce. Amy B asked how one should go about slicing an avocado, so I took a few pictures to...

  A Gift For My Dear Readers, and This Week’s Menu


I promised you a surprise for this weekend and I’ve finally gotten it finished. If you’ll look at the top of my blog (RSS and email readers, click here to visit the blog) you’ll see a new...

fresh blueberry scones gluten free casein free recipe   Fresh Blueberry Scones – Gluten Free, Casein Free

During berry season, a recipe that can make the best use of fresh berries is a good one to have. Take those delicious blueberries and turn them into delicious scones for your breakfast. Yum!

  Gluten Free Menu – July 14th

I hadn’t planned on posting my menu for the week since I didn’t finish it until lunch today. But just looking at the list makes me happy so I thought I’d share. All of the meals that are not linked...

gluten free black olive hummus easy snack recipe   Black Olive Hummus: A Quick, Frugal Gluten Free Snack

This recipe is one you could easily find in a high end restaurant. Chickpeas usually make up the bulk of hummus, but this time, we're adding black olives for a surprisingly tasty dip or spread.

  How to Use Bean Flours

I broach this topic knowing three things:
1. Most Americans would shudder at the idea  of eating beans on a regular basis and thus, do not know how to cook beans.
2. Beans have a bad reputation and are...

  An Asian Inspired Menu

Sometimes a girl just needs some indulgence time. And after a week of everyone being sick with high fevers, that’s what I’m hoping this coming week will be. I really want to curl up on the couch with a...

  How to Make Gluten Free Scones Like a Bakery

Even the best scone recipe can become tough if not handled correctly. Handle the dough gently and cut the scones into wedges. While it may not affect the flavor, they do seem to taste better this way.

  Menu Monday: June 30th

Just a quick post to share my menu for the week with you. Most of this week’s recipes are from a cookbook published by my high school. I was pleasantly surprised to find several recipes that sounded good and...

  What Are Your Favorite Cookbooks?

I need your help!  I was perusing the gluten free cookbook section of Amazon last week and was dismayed to see how many of the cookbooks had negative feedback. Can you imagine how discouraging it must be to start a...

gluten free red velvet cake recipe   Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake

Don't miss the good things in life with this recipe. Red velvet cake is a truly elegant sibling of the common yellow cake and should not be missed. This is an excellent recipe for birthdays.

gluten free multi-grain flat bread recipe   Multi-Grain Flat Bread: Gluten Free Bread Without Starch

This flatbread recipe is faster than many flatbreads. It can be used as a wrap or cut into strips to dip into hummus. The versatile breads are fun to make and fun to eat.

  Free Gluten Free Coaching by Phone – Sign up Now!

Have you ever wished there was someone you could call when your bread falls in the middle for the umpteenth time? Or maybe a friendly voice to offer encouragement and guidance during those first few gluten free...

gluten free pineapple mango salsa recipe   Pineapple Mango Salsa

Save money with this salsa recipe. Using mangoes in place of the traditional tomatoes makes this salsa a little special. It's sweeter than your average dip, but utterly delectable. Serve with flatbread or tortilla chips.

  Gluten Free Menu Swap – June 2nd

Here’s a look at what I’ll be making for supper this week. After one day on the Eat to Live plan, I can report the following: (1) that I haven’t been hungry, (2) that everything we’ve eaten...

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