Archive for February, 2013
Roasted Asparagus
Asparagus is a great stand-alone vegetable. It works well served as an accompaniment to most foods, but it is an easy first-course dish. Serves 6 Ingredients: 36 asparagus stalks 1... ...
Feed a Friend:Quick ...
Sometimes we need to take a breath and make the time to do something a little special. It always proves to be worth the effort. I found myself entertaining a... ...
G-F Shopping NYC
Great new gluten-free store opened on the Upper West Side of NYC. It’s great to have a place to go and sample new products and find great products for your... ...
Chocolate Chunk Cookies
To be honest with you, I don’t always prepare homemade cookies. I have found some very good gluten-free cookies in the store. You will need to buy a couple of... ...
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Few things are more fun than trying to eat an ice cream sandwich without the ice cream melting down your arms. Serve them as dessert on a hot summer evening... ...
Ice Cream
How about a refreshing bowl of ice cream on a hot summer day? Hard to turn down, but let’s make it more fun and exciting to eat. Adding toppings are... ...
Homemade Granola
This recipe represents a mixture of tastes and textures I prefer, but be creative and substitute any nuts or dried fruits you’d like. It tastes just as delicious with pecans,... ...
Berry Salad with Mint
I suggest berries with breakfast in bed because they are easy to serve and eat. The choice of berries should depend on the freshest organic ones you can find in... ...
Blueberries #1
Look for local blueberries in your market and buy as many pints as you can carry. Blueberries are the #1 antioxidant fruit with the potential benefits of neutralizing the harmful... ...
The No Gluten Reunion
I recently attended my husband’s college reunion and was sure that there would be nothing for me, or other gluten-free diners to eat. Typical food at these events have historically... ...
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