Grain-Free Spinach Pie


I have mentioned previously about my visit to the Dallas Gluten & Allergen Free Expo in early September and how I had the opportunity to meet some amazing people and learn about some fantastic products. Among all of the new and exciting items, there were some familiar brands and some familiar faces along with them. One individual […]

September 13, Blogiversary and Upside Down Pineapple Cake (grain-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, paleo)


September 13th may not mean a lot to most, but to the many who have been diagnosed with celiac disease, September 13th is a day just as important as most any other holiday. You see, September 13th has been designated as National Celiac Awareness Day by the United States Senate, and “whereas the majority of […]

Healthy Lunchbox 2012: Peachy Coconut Streusel Muffins


When most people think of muffins, they think high-carb, grain-filled, low-nutritional value item. The last thing I want to feed my children is anything that meets that type of description. The great thing about grain-free cooking is that a majority of flours (nut, seed and coconut) are naturally high in fabulous fiber, protein and nutrients.  […]

Healthy Lunchbox 2012


Welcome to Healthy Lunchbox 2012! One year ago, I had an idea… Every year the struggle to fill my children’s lunchboxes with healthy foods they will enjoy seems to become a little more complicated. To keep things interesting, I asked some of my favorite bloggers for some help. Thus, the Healthy Lunchbox Series was born. […]

Roasted Red Pepper Paleo Hummus


I must admit that, when giving up legumes, hummus was not high on my list of things I would miss. Don’t get me wrong…I love a good hummus. It’s just not one of those things that was on our regular shopping list.  In fact, previously, I might purchase hummus once a year and I might […]

Roasted Garlic, Basil and Tomato Paleo Tart


This week on FoodNetwork Summer Fest, food and garden bloggers are joining up to share their favorite tomato recipes. I don’t know about the other Summer Fest bloggers, but for me this was no easy task.  You see, tomatoes are a staple in our home. Quartered tomatoes are the perfect side with our morning breakfast. […]

Growing Up Isn’t So Bad, Peter Pan Squash Spiced Oven Fries


Today on FoodNetwork Summer Fest, food and garden bloggers are joining up to highlight the vibrant staple: Summer Squash. Oddly enough, the title “Summer Squash” has less to do with the time a squash is grown or harvested and more to do with the sustainability of a squash. You see, summer squash like zucchini, yellow […]

Plum Pickin’ Pineapple Jam


This time of the year our pantry and refrigerator is overloaded with all kinds of delicious produce. Most recently, with the help of Bountiful Baskets we have received an overabundance of fruits like cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums and pineapples. So much so that even my large family cannot keep up. What’s a girl to do?  […]

Fermented Spicy Garlic-Dill Cukes and Zukes


Between the digestive issues my daughter has faced since she was a baby and my own celiac diagnosis, I have been somewhat obsessed with healing our guts for quite some time. For many years, I thought yogurt and liquid acidophilus were our only options.  It has not been until recently that I have learned the […]

Ingredient Challenge Monday Featured Recipe- Strawberry Arugula Salad with Sweet Cilantro Honey Dressing from Heather, The Gluten-Free Cat and ICM Challenge-Ingredient Announcement!


Months that begin on a Sunday or a Monday seem to mess with me.  Here it is, July 8 and it’s already the second week of the month. What does that mean? That means tomorrow is Ingredient-Challenge Monday! And I almost forgot. Before I go on and tell you what ingredient we will be playing […]

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