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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 2010
ShareFor those who are trying to avoid Karo (HFCS), here is a great and tasty alternative for your traditional pecan pie. All of my family tried this, and even my dad said it tasted good and not “different” at all. … Continue reading
Share***Revision: After receiving feedback that the dough was spreading too much, I added an additional 1 tablespoon of almond flour to the recipe. Here are few tips for success with this recipe (and all of my other baking recipes): use a liquid … Continue reading
ShareI can’t get enough of pumpkins, squash and all the fun fall flavors. Soup is a cozy and warming dish, perfect for fall. We don’t eat soup a lot in our house, it’s not exactly kid “friendly”, but they thought … Continue reading
ShareThis is your basic cranberry sauce. I like to cook it down until it becomes a smoother “jam-like” consistency. This sauce is very versatile, I like to serve it up on banana pancakes with toasted walnuts, or mix some into buttercream … Continue reading