KC's Top Ten Gluten Free Products

It’s been a little while since I updated my favorites list – and there have been so many great new things to try! Here are my new faves – hook yourself up with a G-Free treat, and tell them I sent you! 1- Mariposa Baking Co.’s Sandwich Rolls – there.is.simply.no.better.gluten.free.bread.product.available.currently.on.this.planet. So good. They’re dairy free Read more…

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Scared In Public – The Speech.

The Super Bowl was yesterday (you may have heard) and some friends & I were talking about how the players must be feeling before the game – we decided it was probably a combination of excited, determined, some macho-man “we’re gonna kill ’em” stuff, nervous, and a couple of them were probably scared.  And then Read more…

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Ben Stein – 10 Ways Not To Go Crazy.

You know those conversations that have roughly 162 twists & turns – the kind where you started out talking about coffee and you ended up talking about the meaning of life? I’ve had a couple of those recently. One of them ended up focusing on people we really admire – and I shared my undying Read more…

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And So, I'll March 4th.

I’ve been through a lot of corporate sales training. Some of them were helpful, some not so much: all included bad coffee and some semi-motivational message delivered by either an overly-enthusiastic ex-salesman who’d written a book – “This room is ON FIRE with talent! Say it with me!” or some reasonable person who wanted to Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Todd Gray

I love immersing myself in the food-culture in any region or city I visit, and so many of my foodie buddies are talking about Washington D.C., I decided it was time for a little investigating. The more I found out about James Beard-nominated Chef Todd Gray & his wife Ellen (a fellow SYSCO alumni) of Read more…

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Time to Give Thanks

It’s so easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day grind, especially for those of us with kids, jobs and households to run – throw in an auto-immune disease or two, and that’s plenty to occupy your time. I’ve been trying hard to focus on the good in my life, the positive, the things that Read more…

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How the G-Free Foodie Got Her Groove Back.

Hey Everybody – First, let me say thank you to all of you who dropped me emails or messages wondering where I was – it means SO MUCH to have friends, family & G-Free Foodies that care.  In short, I’ve been moving (Twice!), finishing a divorce, getting my kiddo situated and: wait for it: getting Read more…

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