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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: November 2011
Share This recipe is perfect for a lattice pie or deep dish pie. Or even better, if you are making 2 pies, just split the dough in half. I find it is easiest to make the dough in a food … Continue reading
Share This is not your grandma’s green bean casserole… fresh haricot verts, baby portobello mushrooms, crispy shallots, and a creamy parmesan sauce come together to make the most flavorful and delicious dish. Green Bean Casserole 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 … Continue reading
Share Three of my favorite things, all tied together in one dessert: chocolate, brownies, and ice cream. Need I say more? I recently served this dessert at my brother in law and sweet friend Emily’s engagement party. It was very … Continue reading
Share I have expressed many times before my love for butternut squash. This recipe is simply delicious and would make a wonderful addition to any Thanksgiving buffet. This casserole can be assembled up to 3 days in advance and baked … Continue reading