Posts tagged "Kinnickinnick"

New Year, Noodles, & News N' Nibbles Monday

New Year, Noodles, & News N' Nibbles Monday
Welcome to the first Monday of 2013! There’s been quite a bit abuzz in the gluten free world. It’s time for new beginnings and Gladly Gluten Free’s first News N’ Nibbles of the new year.   Time to Make the (Gluten Free) Donuts: “Time to make the donuts” is the phrase I jokingly say to... Read more »

A Gluten Free Pregnancy: The Second Trimester

Well, here I am in the midst of my second trimester already. Many women attest to this trimester as their best – increased energy, not too much discomfort, and little to no nausea. I have to agree. I am continuing with dance classes (albeit at a slower pace and sans booty and hip shaking), I... Read more »

Mid-week Menu: Keep It Simple, Stupid

Mid-week Menu: Keep It Simple, Stupid
Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS) is a mantra I follow in my day job as a User Experience Architect – the less complex the design, the better. So, why not take that principle into the kitchen? Take the toasted ham sandwich. This is a mid-week meal from my childhood that is so simple but oh... Read more »
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My Answer to Reese's Peanut Butter Cups: Gluten and Casein Free Peanut Butter Bars

Who says there isn’t room in your healthful, balanced diet for a little sinful indulgence? I was always one to enjoy a few mini-Reese’s peanut butter cups during my 3:00 slump. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are gluten free, but are now off limits for me since they contain dairy. These bars have become my new... Read more »

Chicago Gluten and Allergen Free Expo: News and Nibbles

As I sit writing this post, I am nibbling on Enjoy Life’s new Mega Chunk chocolate chunks, one of the several new products unveiled at last weekend’s Gluten and Allergen Free Expo held at the Wyndham Hotel in Lisle, IL. The Expo, founded by Jen Cafferty and presented by Living Without Magazine, is in its... Read more »

Against the Grain - A Sampling of Great Gluten Free Breads

Is good gluten free bread an oxymoron? I used to think so. I can recall bringing home loaves of gluten free bread from the grocery store that literally made a “thud” noise when dropped on my kitchen counter. Bread shouldn’t do that. I can also recall trying to make a sandwich with two pieces of... Read more »
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