There are some foods that you love as a kid and are still just as much fun when you are a grownup. I feel corn dogs fit into that category. You take the goodness of a hot dog, wrap it in cornmeal and Continue reading →
Wow what a weekend! Saturday we bundled up and headed to our town’s Christmas parade. The kiddos did great and it was so fun to see the parade through their eyes. We spent the rest of they day playing Continue reading →
The only cookbook you will need to feed your Gluten Free family, friends and guests this holiday season!
All the recipes are EASY to make, use BASIC INGREDIENTS and everyone will ENJOY them!
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Spaghetti is one of those dishes that everyone can love. At it’s core it is so simple, just combine a tomato sauce with noodles. There are so many options and ways to customize spaghetti to fit your Continue reading →
Today is my Birthday – let’s celebrate! Instead of getting gifts I’m giving one away!
Happy Birthday weekend! The twins turned three last Friday so we had a weekend full of birthday fun! Our house is now filled with even more toys, dolls and trucks. The kiddos couldn’t be happier!
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Total fail on my part that the final Expo East wrap up has taken me two months to write. Totally my bad! But since there were so many amazing products there I still wanted to take the time to share them Continue reading →
Fall means tables filled with yummy food! Nothing says you can’t add some amazing Gluten Free dishes of your own to the table. Here is a super simple Gluten Free recipe for Cornbread Stuffing. Guys, Continue reading →
Hope you had a great weekend! We were busy but had some great times with family!
I wanted to share some epic Gluten Free finds at Wal-Mart. The Wal-Mart bakery is now making Gluten Free cookies, Continue reading →
Last week I had the privilege of enjoying an amazing five course Gluten Free meal at 18 Seaboard in Raleigh, NC. This is a contemporary American grill owned by Chef Jason Smith. Chef Jason uses local Continue reading →