In the South we have a phrase for food that is mind-blowingly good; “slap your mamma good!” As in that (insert food) was so good it makes me want to slap my mom. Not sure where it came from or why Continue reading →
As a Gluten Free eater or the caregiver for a GF person, you do your best to provide safe GF food for them. You carefully wash your hands, prep the meals, package the meals, label the meals and hope it Continue reading →
What color is your pumpkin?
Friday night the kiddos and I went to Greensboro, NC to meet up with Hubby’s mom for dinner. On a side note, I more than lucked out in the mother-in-law department! The shopping center we met at has Continue reading →
Apples, pumpkins, and the crunch of the leaves…
There is so much to love about fall! Many happy memories for me happened during fall: jumping in leaf piles, picking out pumpkins, and smelling Continue reading →
Ok so these books may not actually save your life but they will definably change your life! Living Gluten Free has many challenges and there are so many things that people just don’t know when they first Continue reading →
Hello all! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. We had a busy weekend filled with family, food, fun, a race and church. Saturday we hit Durham, NC for some tasty Gluten Free cupcakes from Daisy Cakes!
Then Continue reading →
You all know I love casseroles and one dish meals! And with the holidays coming up it is time to make some tasty Gluten Free side dishes.
There is power in numbers and today that means you get Continue reading →
Are you an oatmeal fan or where you scared by lumpy, googey oatmeal as a child? Do you long for some flavor and texture in your oatmeal? As a person living Gluten Free, oatmeal is often off limits due Continue reading →
Freezer meals are one of the best tools I’ve found to make healthy, Gluten Free dinners when balancing a crazy schedule. You can spent 1-2 hours prepping 10-20 meals and you won’t blow your paycheck Continue reading →