MADE TO MATTER: HANDPICKED BY TARGET

Courtesy, Erica, Celiac and the Beast, get Erica’s Book Tar-jey. Target. The place with everything. I would typically have asked if you are familiar with a brand – but everyone knows about Target. It’s a favorite place for many of us. I, myself, admit to spending a bit more of my budget fairly regularly at Read more…

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How to Spatchcock a Chicken or Turkey

I asked Chef Hillori of Whole Foods Market to show me – and you – how to spatchcock a chicken. Watch the video to see my very first attempt – if i can do it, you can too. Truth: I used to ask the butcher to do all my spatchcocking (and other meat cutting) instead of Read more…

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Little Light Bulbs

Courtesy: Chrissy, Life with Greyson + Parker We turn Summer over to shake out the very last, most precious golden drops of it. The circle of life makes us dizzy at times. We are born and we die. We Summer and we ‘Back to School’. We “it’s so fricking hot,” and, “I’m over the cold.” Read more…

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Allergen-Friendly Cheese Board

Oh, how I love a Cheese Board. I arranging a cheese or two with some fabulous crackers and a bit of fruit when it’s just us at home, and it’s an absolute must-have when we have folks over. It’s so easy to serve a ton of people too: more friends = more goodies + a Read more…

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Traveling Gluten-Free: What You Need To Know!

I’m on the road all the time – both for work and for fun. Here are my top tips for traveling gluten-free or when you need to consider other food allergies. Use them to make sure you’ve set-up allergen-friendly eats, so you can worry about having fun instead. Do Your Research: look for allergen-friendly restaurants Read more…

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good vibrations

courtesy Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson and Parker Everything has a vibration. It’s so easy to absorb the impact of our life and day and forget to pay attention to the vibration we exude. And sometimes it’s even easier to absorb the vibrations of others, the things we read, the things we watch and what Read more…

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Kitchen Strategies for Cooking for One

courtesy: Mary Fran Wiley Eating and cooking for one is hard work. (I mean, this whole adulting thing is hard – I had broccoli and a protein bar for dinner last night because I just couldn’t bring myself to cook when I got home after dance class). Food at comes in package sizes designed for Read more…

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Simple Fruit Crisps with Bob’s Red Mill

I’m a big fan of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free oatmeal, so when they sent me some handy oatmeal cups in fabulous flavors, I was pretty happy. The cups are ready in 3 minutes (holla!) and come in Classic, Apple Cinnamon, Brown Sugar & Maple, and Blueberry Hazelnut flavors. I like these Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal Cups Read more…

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How to Shop for Delicious Allergen Free Foods

It’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and I’m hoping we’ll help more people find the path to health by getting diagnosed. I’m also sharing all the information I can about living deliciously Gluten-Free and avoiding other allergens. The challenges of living with Celiac or food allergies can be exhausting, especially if you’re new to the process of eliminating Read more…

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