Please click over to my Out and About page for my review of Posana Café, the 100% gluten-free restaurant that is located in Asheville, North Carolina. Yes, you read that correctly. If you’re a gluten-free... [8 Comments]
This post is linked to Gluten-Free Wednesdays.
Full disclosure: This is an uncompensated review. The opinions expressed are strictly my own. But, be forewarned ... Posana Café makes me break all the food blogging and food... [25 Comments]
This post is linked to Go Ahead Honey, It's Gluten Free! and Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays.
If you’ve been following Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, you already know that the final episode aired this past Friday evening. The... [53 Comments]
Full disclosure: The folks at Stonyfield sent me some coupons for their organic yogurt before Christmas. Unfortunately, my local store didn’t carry Stonyfield products, so the coupons expired. However, the Stonyfield representative graciously sent me some more... [15 Comments]
This post is linked to The Gluten-Free Lifestyle Blog Carnival.
Soon, I'm going to share some fun and enjoyable information on my recent trip to the Biltmore Estate and Asheville, North Carolina. However, right now, I want to share a... [98 Comments]
It’s been several years since I saw a post on the celiac listserv on roasted chickpeas. At that time, I’d only enjoyed chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans) occasionally in salad or in the form... [71 Comments]
I'm still in Asheville, North Carolina (and, yes, I am having a blast with my girlfriends!), but I wanted to share this "mainstream" gluten-free recipe---Magic Oat Bars---and how it came to be with you all.
I was... [52 Comments]
This post is linked to Friday Foodie Fix--Pasta.
When one experiences the wonder of adoption, one just has to share the experience---the love ... the joy ... the feeling of belonging. No, I’m not talking about bringing any little... [47 Comments]
UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. The winner is Jenn of Jenn Cuisine---congrats, Jenn! Special thanks to Pete and Kelli Bronski (No Gluten, No Problem) for graciously providing their cookbook for this event. Thanks also to everyone else for... [130 Comments]
Gluten free since June 2003, I lead a celiac/ gluten intolerance group in Virginia. My passion is educating folks on gluten issues and showing how eating gluten free can be easy if you focus on "real" foods versus processed and specialty foods. Read more...