How now purple cow. Okay, that’s not exactly how that phrase that's used to test one's elocution is supposed to go, but with the intense summer heat, I’m fixated on cold beverages and Purple Cow... [28 Comments]
Super Orange Smoothie. That sounds and looks fun, doesn’t it? And delicious. And healthy. You see I’ve been collecting orange things this past week. In my refrigerator.
First there was half of a Cara Cara orange.... [24 Comments]
Have you ever turned leftovers from a fruit tray into a delightful smoothie? A Fruit Tray Smoothie. Hmmm, that name really doesn’t have much emotional appeal, but it is descriptive. You can call this fruit smoothie whatever you... [17 Comments]
This recipe was originally shared over at Tasty Yummies for St. Patrick’s Day, but what I originally called a Shamrock Shake, can very easily be called a Summer Green Frozen Smoothie or Minty Coconut Shake.... [39 Comments]
Disclaimer: Please understand that I, and others whose advice is cited here, have no expertise when it comes to your personal medical issues. Some who are quoted here do serve as medical professionals, but they have no knowledge of your... [372 Comments]
This post is linked to Gluten-Free Wednesdays.
I’ve never been shy about professing my love of all things pumpkin, so with Halloween here today and Son all grown up (mostly!), I’ll recap my gfe pumpkin recipes.... [42 Comments]
This post is linked to Friday Foodie Fix--Raspberries and Go Ahead Honey, It's Gluten Free!
I've been thinking about making a raspberry smoothie ever since Diane (The W.H.O.L.E. Gang) mentioned that raspberries would be the "secret" ingredients... [36 Comments]
I had planned a clever post before I headed out the door for our 10-day, multi-state, 2,000 plus-mile motorcycle trip to New England, but that’s just not happening. Mr. GFE is due home in a half... [32 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...