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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 2012
Share Just like everything else, I prefer to break things down and simplify them. Roasting a turkey does not have to be a complicated matter. These basic tips will guide you, especially if you are a first time Turkey cooker! Don’t … Continue reading
Share This is very easy side dish that requires very little work! The hardest task is cutting the butternut squash in half. Squash come in various sizes, so adjust the recipe accordingly to suit the amount of mash your squash … Continue reading
Share This super quick cranberry sauce is sweetened with pineapples, making it a healthier option as well. It is somewhat tart, so at the end of cooking, feel free to add some sweetener to your desired level of sweetness. Ready … Continue reading
Share We looooove apples in this household. Consuming about 8-10 each day! We have a tradition of going apple picking, with hayrides and hot apple cider every year, unfortunately with the timing of my pregnancy and Fiona’s birth, I just … Continue reading