• Lobster Stupor!

    August 27, 2006

    We just returned from a weeks’ vacation in Wellfleet, MA on Cape Cod. The eatin’ was fabulous! We had seafood almost every evening, and most of it was cooked at home with the exception of two nights when we went out for lobster (both nights, how decadent!). We went to two different restaurants in Wellfleet […]

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    Gluten-free Baking Class Sept. 19

    August 15, 2006

    I have arranged a gluten-free baking class in Worcester, MA. It is being conducted by Anna Sobaski, creator of the wonderful Breads From Anna mixes. If you’re interested, please sign up asap, as I think spaces will go quickly. Here is the info:Great Gluten Free Baking and So Much More! Anna Sobaski, the owner of […]

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    Curried Split Pea Soup

    July 29, 2006

    I don’t have a picture of the soup I made tonight because just as I was about to post it, my camera battery went kaput. But I can tell you that it came out spectacular AND once again, I LOVE LOVE LOVE my pressure cooker. I can’t believe I went so long without one. I […]

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    Homemade gluten free buttermilk waffles

    July 23, 2006

    While I still will buy Van’s gluten free waffles now and again, from here on in, I’ll be making these suckers!!! They came out great. My first effort and I can say we were very sated. I followed a recipe for Buttermilk Waffles from Bette Hagman’s book The Gluten-Free Gourmet. I made one change: I […]

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    Blueberry Muffins: Heavenly!

    July 14, 2006

    For all of you non-believers, take note! You can bake gluten free and it will taste delicious. Furthermore, you will be hard-pressed to tell the difference between gluten free and non-gluten free, depending on the ingredients you use. Take these fabulous blueberry muffins that I made this morning. They were delicious. I’ve already scoffed down […]

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    Quinoa Discovery & Pressure Cooker Magic

    July 11, 2006

    We were visiting friends in NYC this past weekend. Prior to traveling, I went to a NYC gluten free blog and did a search for restaurants. One of the listed restaurants was Candle 79 at 154 East 79th St. It was fantastic. It is a vegan restaurant, with a lovely and elegant menu. And they […]

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    gluten free pizza with roasted veggies and mozzarella cheese

    July 4, 2006

    My first attempt at gluten free pizza and I am pleased!!! Of course, I have no idea why I can’t get the picture to turn so that you’re not looking at it sideways, but oh well, you get the idea, right? The outer edges and bottom of the crust were crisp, the inside was softer, […]

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    Dining Out Can Be Fun

    July 2, 2006

    Yesterday, I went to Coldstone Creamery at the Blackstone Valley Mall in Millbury, MA. When I asked the server which of the ice creams were gluten free, she told me that at their store, all flavors but the cookie dough are GF. And then she retrieved a clipboard with a chart printed by Coldstone Creamery […]

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    And you thought waffles were only for breakfast?!

    July 2, 2006

    Sounds unappealing? Waffles are for breakfast, you say. Think again. Have you ever eaten a waffle ice cream sandwich while strolling on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ? You haven’t lived until you try it. Of course, they would have to be gluten free waffles and gluten free ice cream, and yes, I would feel […]

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    yogurt, granola, and bread to write home about!

    June 24, 2006

    Where to start? It’s been awhile. I guess you can say I’ve been in a bit of a funk for the last month. I think that GF has finally caught up to me. We’ve been traveling a lot and it hasn’t been easy. Or to say it in a more positive way, it’s been challenging. […]

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    microwave to the rescue

    May 16, 2006

    6:30 PM. Stomach grumbling. Hunger about to take over desire to make something healthy. Then I remember the spaghetti squash that I’ve had for about a month, sitting in a basket in the pantry, doomed for the compost pile if I had one. I pull a fork out of the silverware drawer and take out […]

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    Great Gluten Free Grains Challenge

    May 5, 2006

    Yes, the picture is sideways. That’s because I wanted to get your attention. Did it work? I have an idea. Actually, I borrowed it from Kalyn’s Kitchen. Kalyn posts a weekend herb challenge every week. I’d like to do the same. I’m calling it a Great Gluten Free Grains Challenge, results posted every Wednesday. Since […]

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