Gluten-Free Penne ai Quattro Formaggi

Replacing the gluten in your favorite restaurant dishes can be tricky, but this cheesy pasta is a dead ringer for the dish at Art Smith’s Table 52 – thanks to Schar’s gluten-free penne.

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40th Birthday Photo Shoot!

Was a 40th Birthday Photo Shoot necessary? Yes darlings, I assert that it was. The wine, the friends and the mix tape (playlist below) made for a fabulous day celebrating my next trip around the sun. I’ve shared my favorite pics from my “adult cake smash” shoot below, along with links to the incredible crew 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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I Was Supposed to Have a Hysterectomy Today.

I was supposed to have a hysterectomy today, but I didn’t. I’m assuming you gathered that from the “supposed to” part of the title. Through a series of Lemony Snicket-style events, it’s been rescheduled for a few weeks from now, so I have that to look forward to. I normally don’t share news like this Read more…

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Screamin’ Deals for National Gluten Free Day

Hey Everybody – I’ve rounded up a few deals + discounts from some of my favorite brands – check them out & score some new faves for yourself to celebrate National Gluten Free Day! (pictured: Mariposa Baking Co.’s GF Cinnamon Rolls. Yum.) GF Gifts to Love:  GFF Magazine Gift Sets – Score a year subscription Read more…

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Whole Foods Market Gluten Free Picks

  Whole Foods Market invited me to select my favorite items in their Northern & Central California and Reno stores, and I couldn’t have been more excited to share the items I think you must try. Here they are, plus a few more. The hardest part was narrowing it down to just a few – Read more…

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