Summer Chopped Salad

I love pairing peak-of-the-season fruits and veggies together in a dish, and this salad simply screams summer. It’s bright and beautiful, perfect on it’s own, or used to top grilled chicken breasts or fish.

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Zesty Green Beans

If I had to pick one way to eat fresh green beans, this would be it.  The beans, still crisp and slightly charred from a quick saute in hot toasted walnut oil, are topped with meaty roasted walnuts, huge flakes of sea salt and fresh lemon juice and zest. It is, in a word, perfect.  But because Read more…

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The Three Best Cures for Anything

There is an Irish proverb that says “A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures for anything.” My ancestors got that mostly right. Sure, there is nothing like curling up in your bed, wrapped in a comforter with squishy pillows to make you feel better. Bed is a great place to Read more…

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Duck: (Not) Just For Quacks

They say a duck’s quack doesn’t produce an echo. This may or may not be true, and until enough highly scientific research is done with ducks in tunnels, we won’t know the answer. It seems like one of those urban myths that could actually be true…but then again, how could it? Either way, as we Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – GF Doctor Jean Layton

I figured if someone was going by the handle of “Gluten Free Doctor” and creating recipes, I should probably call her up.  Turns out, Dr. Jean Layton could write volumes with her story –  with Culinary School, Running the Fancy Food Marketplace at Macy’s Herald Square, the Loss of a Husband to Lymphoma, Naturopathic Medical School, Read more…

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Gluten-free Fat Tuesday

Before moving down to the South I had no experience celebrating Mardi Gras.  I had to do a little research to find out that Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday.  As with many holidays, this celebration involves eating rich, fatty foods (not allowed during Lent), so research for gluten-free options for the most well-known Read more…

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Gluten-Free Tailgating Tips from NFCA & Thai Kitchen

Brand new printable now available on CeliacCentral! While there has been a slew of NFL stadiums announcing gluten-free options this football season, the need for celiac friendly options extends into the pre-game parking lot festivities as well! As a result, NFCA and Thai Kitchen have teamed up to create a “Gluten-Free Tailgating Tips” printable guide! Read more…

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