Happy Ides of March, everyone! In honor of Julius Caesar, let us eat well, and with an Italian-inspired meal! I remember making chicken with artichoke hearts in several different dishes in college, before I became a vegetarian. However, in the past 15 years a lot has changed and I don’t have all [...]
First, an apology – we’ve had some site-wide downtime and snafus when we needed to switch web hosts this weekend. We are sorry for any inconvenience, and will be posting extra recipes this week to make up for it.
The Food Allergy Carnival was posted Friday. Over at A Gaggle of Girls, we [...]
I read a book a while ago which included a chapter about eating frugally without eating fast food. If you have dietary restrictions, it’s unlikely that you’ve been eating fast food, but it is likely that you’ve been paying a lot of money for your food. Sometimes cooking from basic whole foods and [...]
My whole family loves fried calamari, but I don’t like the work required to make it. Occasionally we’ll go to a restaurant that sells gluten-free fried calamari as a treat for my oldest daughter (fried calamari and sushi are her two favorite foods), but we were looking for an easier cooking method for in-between [...]
I just received Passover by Design, by Susie Fishbein; a gorgeous cookbook of Kosher delights. Kosher laws require the separation of meat and dairy, so Kosher meals are very easily adaptable for allergic cooking. When Jews are celebrating Passover, they need to avoid most grains, unless they are in the form of Matzoh. As [...]