Posts tagged "carrots"

A Light Lunch from Leftovers: Mango Coconut Fried Rice

A Light Lunch from Leftovers: Mango Coconut Fried Rice
Lately, I feel like a run a sandwich factory. Two slices of bread and a meat product are staples of the three lunches I pack each day of the week. So I decided to mix up lunch a bit this weekend. Looking in my refrigerator and freezer, I had the following: leftover rotisserie chicken breast... Read more »

Morning Mega Muffins: Fruit, Fiber & Veggies in One Delicious Package

Morning Mega Muffins: Fruit, Fiber & Veggies in One Delicious Package
  It’s been a while since I’ve posted (life has caused me to shift focus for a bit), but this carrot cake morning muffin is worth sharing. I’ve had my carrot cake recipe on my mind lately, but couldn’t really justify having cake for breakfast. This muffin satisfies that craving but also makes up any... Read more »

Mid-week Menu: Tasty Asian Take-Out....In

Mid-week Menu: Tasty Asian Take-Out....In
Everyone has their favorite Asian takeout restaurant. Tin Lung, a little place off Harlem Avenue, was our family favorite for Chinese growing up. The butter compartment of our fridge was proof-positive, since it contained a stockpile of the little sweet & sour, mustard, and soy sauce packets that always came with the takeout. I’d go... Read more »
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Somebunny Loves You on Easter

“How does the Easter Bunny get so smart?” my daughter asked this morning as she enjoyed the new Barbie Princess book from her Easter basket. “He left me exactly the Barbie book I wanted from the grocery store.” I didn’t even have to respond. My son replied in a very matter-of-fact tone, “Easter School. That’s... Read more »

Celebrate the Luck O' the Irish With a Magically Delicious Menu

Saturday morning television during my childhood was filled with some of the most bizarre creatures – tiny blue creatures living in mushroom houses, magical little ponies with mullets, mutant turtles named after renowned Renaissance artists, and a little leprechaun throwing around “nutritious” cereal made of pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers, and blue... Read more »

Gluten and Dairy Free Tuscan Bread Soup

Gluten and Dairy Free Tuscan Bread Soup
I have a love affair with Italy. I’ve had the opportunity to travel there pre-celiac as well as post-celiac diagnosis and have fallen more in love with the people, the culture and the food each time I visit.The food is simple, fresh, and so delicious. One of the recipes I brought home with me on... Read more »
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Chicken Soup for the Celiac Soul

To follow on an earlier post of mine about gluten and casein free over-the-counter medications, probably the best medicine when you are feeling under the weather is a nice, hot bowl of soup. I alternate between a few different versions of vegetable noodle and chicken noodle loaded up with a few extra veggies. The warmth... Read more »
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