In the past two installments of the “Grocery Shopping” series, we talked about planning your meals and about making your shopping list. Today I want to explain why it is important to read labels when you are at the grocery store. Not because gluten is hidden in everything… but because almost anything can be labeled Gluten Free! Continue reading
I happen to be obsessed with lists, calendars, and all things organization. However, I know that not everyone is strange like myself. Thus I’d like to start a series about how I manage grocery shopping; from planning to purchasing!
I’m sorry about the week off! Life gets crazy sometimes and we need a little break. Lucky for you, my break included spending a day with Colleen, my Pampered Chef consultant, doing some product testing!
Sometimes you just need to take a day off and eat out. Over my Spring Break, my husband and I spent a day out together and stopped at one of our favorite go-to restaurants for lunch: Five Guys.
Going gluten free can sometimes mean giving up some of your favorite foods. But in a lot of cases that’s not actually true. You just have to learn to make them yourself! Which is why I’m here to tell you that if you’re a big fan of onion rings, blooming onions, and the like, I have a recipe for you to try.
Baking is difficult even without dietary restrictions, so I’d like to spend a bit of time helping you understand different flour blends and why they work (or don’t) for baking gluten-free. I’m going to answer some questions, fill in some blanks, and even science at you for a bit.
Welcome to my kitchen!
While trying to come up with what my first featured post should be, I remembered an old recipe I once tried very unsuccessfully when my husband and I were still dating. For some reason, baking potatoes has always been difficult for me. So when my long-time friend, M, wanted to spend a Friday night with us and play board games, I went for party food and challenged myself to try again.