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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Gluten Free Easter Candy Guide

Article from Jane Anderson at About.com Wondering what gluten-free Easter candy is available this year to place in your child’s Easter basket (or to enjoy yourself)? Here’s the list, updated as of March 2014, of gluten-free Easter candy — as you’ll see below, there are plenty of options you can use to make up a Read more…

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Creating New Gluten-free Holiday Traditions with Your Child | NFCA

Article courtesy of: National Foundation for Celiac Awareness 12/4/2013 Silvana Nardone shares tips for making your child’s transition to the gluten-free diet easier during the holidays. By Silvana Nardone of Silvana’s Kitchen The holidays are a time when food is the focus and this can be stressful for parents of children newly diagnosed with celiac disease Read more…

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What’s the Difference? Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, and Wheat Allergy

What’s the difference between celiac disease, gluten intolerance, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy? We use “gluten intolerance” when referring to the entire category of gluten issues: celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy. Celiac Disease is an inherited autoimmune disorder that affects the digestive process of the small intestine. “Non-celiac gluten sensitivity” (what many Read more…

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Guide to Egg Labeling – An Egg Education

Chickens with white earlobes produce white eggs; those with red earlobes produce brown eggs. Are we joking? Somehow, no. Here’s what your carton is telling you. by Modern Farmer GRADE AA: The golden standard. Whites are thick and firm; yokes are high and round; shells are sturdy and clean. GRADE A: The same as Grade AA, except egg whites Read more…

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Understanding Celiac Disease – Whole Foods Market

excerpt of an article from Whole Foods Market Celiac disease defined Celiac disease, also known as coeliac disease, gluten-sensitive enteropathy, non-tropical sprue, celiac sprue, and gluten intolerant enteropathy, is a chronic digestive disorder found in individuals who experience a toxic immune response when they ingest gluten. Dermatitis herpetiformis is a related skin condition experienced by Read more…

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G-Free Foodie Guide to Gluten-Free Fast Food

Use this G-Free Foodie Guide to Gluten-Free Fast Food to navigate the world of drive-thru & fast-causal restaurants. Updated 2017 I feel safest at fast food restaurants that have a gluten allergy protocol, like Chipotle, In-N-Out, Five Guys and Shake Shack, so I’ve listed their information first. That means when you say you have a Read more…

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The Most Common Cooking Mistakes!

This is the best list I’ve found – if we could all master the 41 issues (yes, 41!) listed here by Cooking Light Magazine, we’d all be WAY better off in the kitchen! I’ve added my Gluten Free notes to their suggestions – KC Story by Ann Taylor Pittman and Tim Cebula Our Most Common Read more…

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