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Six months after the arrival of our third son, Andrew, I became severely ill and was eventually diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. After suffering from the terrible side effects of steroids, antibiotics, and immunosuppressant drug therapy, I decided to do some research of my own and I soon discovered that my symptoms could be controlled simply by the food I put in my body. I've been gluten free since then and have never looked back. Read more...
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Share Traditionally pesto is made with fresh basil, but the other night I didn’t have any on hand so I decided to substitute with some fresh curly kale leaves. We were pleasantly surprised with the creamy texture and spicy kick … Continue reading
Share There is nothing better than a big slice of lemon meringue pie, or is there? How about a layer of fresh raspberries hidden inside… oh yes, this is good. I promise. I made this for my mother in law’s birthday … Continue reading
Share My latest obsession: lemons, lemons, lemons. They are so flavorful and fresh, I have been putting them in just about everything lately, so why not cupcakes? Gluten Free Lemon Cupcakes 1/2 cup butter, melted 1/2 cup honey 6 eggs … Continue reading
Share I loved me some pan seared salmon, but it’s nice to mix it up every once in a while. This eye catching, roasted salmon recipe is refreshing and quite satisfying. Two things I like about roasting salmon: it is … Continue reading