Gluten Free GIVEAWAY – Signed Copy of Gluten Is My Bitch

HEY! I’m sure you’ve all read a post or two from April Peveteaux, our contributor &  creator of the totally hilarious & all-too-true blog, Gluten Is My Bitch. Well – she’s written a laugh-out-loud book about Gluten Free life, full of yummy recipes and the sort of advice you’d get from your best friend that tells Read more…

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FDA DEFINES WHAT IS GLUTEN FREE

Today FDA (the Food and Drug Administration – the overlords of our food and drugs), posted their final ruling on what defines “gluten-free” food, according to labeling. I’m posting my highlights that I found most interesting on this post. You can read it all on FDA’s website here. Basically, we’re all doing the Carlton out of sheer Read more…

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No Sour Cream for Jeff.

I’ve already shared my feelings on picky eaters with all of you (plus my love for Tina Turner) and my willingness to help anyone learn to cook. So, when my friend Jeff, possibly the single pickiest eater I know, sent me a text that said he wanted to make cheesy chicken enchiladas, I knew I Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Brandy Wendler

I’d like to introduce you to my friend Brandy Wendler, the reigning Mrs. North West, Registered Nurse, Celiac Disease advocate, Heart Disease advocate, Special Olympics supporter, blogger, and one of the most incredible girls I know. We met over drinks in San Francisco and quickly became friends, bonding over Southern Food,  flight suits & vacation Read more…

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All I want for my Birthday is everything I have.

I’ve spent the last few weeks planning a birthday party for my grandparents – Gramma turns 88 next week, Grampa turned 90 two weeks ago. 85 friends joined us in their backyard, and we ate and laughed and drank wine.  I’ll tell you what I know for sure –  I want to be surrounded by Read more…

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G-Free Foodie Box Club GIVEAWAY!

Hey – Have you heard about our NEW G-Free Foodie Box Club? We’re delivering our Favorite G-Free Foodie Finds to your door every month! There’s even an option for those of you that are Gluten Free + Dairy Free, with more options coming soon. In addition to the monthly shipments of artisan and gourmet food Read more…

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12 Cool Things To Do with a Roast Chicken

So, I’ve taught Roast Chicken in my cooking classes several times, and I always suggest making two (it’s just as easy as one!) and using the leftovers for a new recipe the next day. Then I get stares. And somebody says: “Enchiladas?” Yes, enchiladas. But other stuff too. And I also want you to make Read more…

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This Negative is a Positive.

Just over a week ago, I had my daughter Sam tested for Celiac Disease. You’d have thought I dropped my Gluten Free ice cream cone Eddie Murphy-style. I was really in a funk about it. And right about the time I convinced myself that it would be fine if she has Celiac, the doctor called: Read more…

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Mommy's in a Fight with G-Free Foodie. News at 11.

I did something I didn’t want to do today. I had my daughter Sam, tested for Celiac Disease. She came home because of a rash the school nurse hadn’t seen before – apparently, on the rarest of occasions, kids who’ve had the Chicken Pox vaccine will break out in a non-contagious, still super-itchy form of Read more…

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Well, March 4th, we meet again.

Ahhh, March 4th. My day of self reflection, goal setting and personal review. Why March 4th, you ask? Here’s the post where I make sense of that. This last year was: weird. fun. stressful. hilarious. rewarding. taxing. painful. freeing.  And, with all that, probably my best yet. I think – wait, I know – that Read more…

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Waffle Chips & White Leather Pants.

They say everyone you meet knows something you don’t know. I’m certain that’s true. I’m also certain that some people need an occasional assist with common sense basics – and I’ve found myself reminding countless friends & colleagues, in a variety of situations, of a simple truth I learned long ago: Just because you can, Read more…

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