We love our delicious cornbread, but recently we started playing around with the recipe a bit, and found that a few tweaks made the cornbread even better. One variation includes dairy, and the Cheesy Cornbread Biscuits are delicious, but the Cornbread Biscuits without cheese are yummy, too!
This is a delicious gluten free, family-friendly recipe! It [...]
One afternoon my daughters wanted to cook dinner for the family. The younger two wanted to make desserts, so my youngest made GF GrapeNut pudding, my middle daughter made a fudge pie from the Joy of Cooking, and my oldest decided to make the main course, with a side of pasta.
After much searching for [...]
If you miss the flavor of raspberries and blackberries but cannot eat them, consider trying gooseberries – they are their own food family (related only to currants) and are unlikely to cross-react with other foods.
The green gooseberries taste very similar to raspberries and blackberries when eaten raw. However, the red gooseberries are quite tart, [...]
Our family has been living gluten-free due to Celiac Disease for over 6 years. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and very similar to the protein found in outs. This means that any food needs to be made specially – bread, pasta, cake, pizza crust, pretzels, cookies, etc. Finding [...]
I love rice pudding, it is so incredibly soothing and delicious. It’s also very creamy, and it took me some time to get a rice pudding recipe that I thought was creamy enough without using dairy. This is the recipe I’ve been making for a while, and it’s one that my oldest daughter, [...]
(This is a portion of a longer blog post at our “A Gaggle of Girls”, blog)
Happy Celiac Disease Awareness Month!
Happy Food Allergy Awareness Week!
If you are living with food allergies, Celiac disease, food intolerances, or any other dietary restrictions, you are already used to adapting your menu. But what happens when one person wants [...]
I was recently at Starbucks, and when you don’t drink coffee or caffeinated tea, AND can’t have milk, there’s not a lot of choices. I was in the mood for something warm, though, and managed to spot the “Vanilla Rooibos Latte”. Since Starbucks has soymilk, I had it made that way. Yum! [...]
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 [...]
Last week I had the opportunity to review a new juice called Froose. It’s a mix of whole grain brown rice and juice, and is gluten-free, kosher pareve, dairy-free, soy-free, and sweetened with brown rice syrup instead of corn syrup or sugar. Please check out our review and check out Froose for yourself. [...]
FYI – this week is Food Allergy Week! Check out the information from FAAN and the Check my Tag Community.
I have written up Our Story of food allergies, food sensitivities, and celiac disease. I hope having it written down helps someone! (and that I haven’t forgotten too many things) Enjoy your allergy-safe, [...]