Posts tagged "chicken"

Ring in 2013 with a Family Friendly New Year's Fondue

Fondue set - washed and ready for action!
The close of 2012 is upon us, and we’ve decided to ring in the New Year with the little ones tonight.  How fitting is it that as I’m writing this, my iTunes has randomly selected Jellyfish’s “I Wanna Stay Home”? Yes, call me lame but I am looking forward to spending New Year’s Eve at... Read more »

Mid-week Menu: Maple Chicken That Cuts the Mustard

Mid-week Menu: Maple Chicken That Cuts the Mustard
It’s not easy planning weeknight dinners in our gladly gluten free house…or in anyone’s household for that matter. There is an art to coming up with something that is fast, tasty, not too bad for you, while successfully using what you have on-hand in your fridge or pantry. I’m usually thinking about what to throw... Read more »

From Hot Mess to Success: Chicken, Pasta, and Poblano Cream Sauce

From Hot Mess to Success: Chicken, Pasta, and Poblano Cream Sauce
It’s been so hot out this week, who wants to cook? Turning on the oven is the last thing on my mind, butthis mid-week menu is worth making. The roasted poblanos, corn, and tomatoes add nice flavor to everyday spaghetti noodles or penne pasta – whatever pasta you have on hand. Didn’t think you could... Read more »
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Gluten Free Ryan Gosling and Gwyneth....News N' Nibbles Monday

Well, the weekend is over and Monday is here again. What’s new in the world of living gluten free you ask? Let me tell you. The Collegiate Celiac For better or worse, keg parties and late night pizza deliveries are ubiquitous on most college campuses. For college students with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, partaking... Read more »

Light and Lemony Chicken Salad Sandwiches

Light and Lemony Chicken Salad Sandwiches
Each Sunday night, our family gathers to watch the Food Network’s Next Food Network Star. We were originally rooting for my high school friend, Orchid Paulmeier. Now that she is no longer a contender, we have been cheering on our other favorite and local ‘sandwich king’, Jeff Mauro. On last week’s episode, he committed a... Read more »

Take Your Pick of Fresh Produce in the City and the Suburbs

Memorial Day has come and gone, Father’s Day is just around the corner, and the summer grilling season has officially begun. Fresh fruits and vegetables are naturally gluten free and are abundant this time of year. Local farmers are showcasing their produce at pick-your-own farms and local farmers markets throughout Chicagoland. Our community opened its... 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 »

Party Chicken Recipe

This recipe is an adaptation of one of my mother-in-law’s recipes. It is always a hit at parties (hence the name) and family gatherings. Party Chicken 3 lbs. boneless skinless chicken breasts (sliced in half, lengthwise) 1 (16 oz.) package bacon (Hormel, Applegate farms are two gluten free brands) 1 (2 oz.) package Carl Buddig... Read more »
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