Posts tagged "spinach"

Gluten Free Pasta Impromptu: Penne with Shrimp and Artichokes

Gluten Free Pasta Impromptu: Penne with Shrimp and Artichokes
  Got 20 minutes? Then you can make this deliciously easy gluten free penne pasta dish with shrimp, artichoke hearts, spinach, sundried tomatoes, and olives for dinner. It’s light and flavorful. Tinkyada pasta is my usual standby for gluten free pasta, but I gave Heartland penne a try tonight and was delighted by the results.... Read more »

Kickoff New Year's Day Bowl Games with Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole

Kickoff New Year's Day Bowl Games with Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole
Is starting a gluten free diet one of your 2013 New Year’s resolutions? Or, trying to nurse a champagne hangover perhaps? Either way, this hearty breakfast will give you the energy you need to face your first day of the new year – even it involves laying on the couch most of the day. New... Read more »

Mid-week Menu: Creative Uses for Barbecue Pork Ribs

If you read my News & Nibbles post from Monday, you learned that we grilled some delicious racks of baby back ribs, coated with my husband’s sweet & spicy rib rub recipe, over the weekend. Here’s the rub (pun intended). What do you do with leftover baby back ribs? In usual Costco fashion, we overbought.... 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 »

Let the Countdown to Bikini Season Begin with Quinoa Salad

Let the Countdown to Bikini Season Begin with Quinoa Salad
Call it your winter weight, an extra layer of padding, or a spare tire. Whatever your endearing term is for that extra couple of pounds you seem to have accumulated over the past few months, now is the time to get rid of it. Stepping up your fitness routine can help banish those cottage cheese... Read more »

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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