Archive for February, 2013
Take Control
I am one of the lucky ones in NYC who has fared the devastation of Hurricane Sandy with no problems.  Unfortunately, I can’t say the same for the millions of... ...
Talk To Your Pharmacist
I never thought to tell my pharmacist that I have Celiac disease.  It never dawned on me that she needed to know.  Why would she?  What difference would it make?... ...
Hurricane Sandy Food
We are hunkering down waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy.  Living in NYC, I tend to take the whole hurricane thing lightly since I am not living near a... ...
In Arnie’s Memory
“I am grateful for what I am and have.  My thanksgiving is perpetual.  It is surprising how contented one can be with nothing definite – only a sense of existence. ... ...
Why is Jennifer Esposito ...
It’s not in my nature to publicly question someone’s statement regarding health issues, but I can’t help but react to the recent press surrounding Jennifer Esposito.  I, like Jennifer, have... ...
4 Star Restaurant Meal of ...
I need to complain, and feel like a spoiled brat doing it, but what happened the other night is really bugging me. I was invited for a personally prepared tasting... ...
Mindfulness-Taking A ...
MINDFULNESS is defined as paying attention on purpose in the present moment. What better word can explain what we celiac and gluten-intolerant people need to adhere to daily? It is... ...
Ceviche
In support of my plea to you to experiment with Mexican cuisine, I offer this easy recipe.  I have served this dish and received rave reviews for over 30 years.... ...
Ethnic Food –A Gift to ...
“Nunca falta una bestia muerta para un zopilote hambriento” Life doesn’t fail to present us with opportunities. This Mexican proverb expresses my feelings on food. I am a big believer... ...
BEET SALAD
You can roast the beets up to two days ahead of time; just peel and refrigerate them until you’re ready to assemble the salad. If you are using different colored... ...
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