February 20, 2012 Posts

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Chocolate Doughnut Hot Chocolate (Did She Really Do That?)

 Mark As Read    

I saw a recipe in our local newspaper during the holidays for Chocolate Doughnut Hot Chocolate. It was featured in a syndicated article that came from Associated Press Food Editor J.M. Hirsch. The recipe called for a whole doughnut to be blended in with the usual hot chocolate ingredients. I immediately thought, “Now that is ridiculous!” Just as qu...

gfe--gluten free easily 1259 days ago

Product Review: Sun Flour Mills French Bread and Pizza Crust Mix

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I am so  glad I found this Sun Flour Mills mix at my local Harmons grocery store! I paid $4.99 for the 17.4 ounce box,  and it makes two large loaves of gluten free French bread or two large pizza crusts. Or, if you're me, one loaf of bread and one pizza crust for a

Gluten Free Food Reviews 1259 days ago

What are the Etiquette Rules for the Gluten Free Guest?

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I recently challenged by  two articles that ask about the etiquette rules that pertain to people who live gluten free or people with other food restrictions . I also read a Click here to read the second article. I would like to add my thoughts on how do handle these situations. Here are my rules:

Slightly Indulgent Tuesday; 02/21/12

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Thanks for coming back for another week of healthy recipes! I'm still on maternity leave – and hopefully by now I've delivered and we have our little boy at home. I hope you're enjoying each others' recipes! I know I always love browsing your dishes. Are you making plans to go to Nourished? I'd love

Tater Tot Casserole

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Food has a way of evoking memories—the smell, the taste, the people who cooked it and ate it with you.  Tater tot casserole is one of those recipes for me. It reminds me of my mother-in-law.  She was a dear woman and didn’t fit any of the bad mother-in-law stereo types.    She used to make

Are Gluten-Free People at Higher Risk of Arsenic Issues?

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To me, arsenic has always been something little old Victorian ladies used to get rid of pesky tenants in their otherwise-reputable boarding houses. Of course, it's more than just this: arsenic is a naturally-occurring substance and a citizen of the periodic table. It's had various other uses throughout the centuries, as a wood-preservative, a commo...

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