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Beef Saffron Risotto

I was asked recently for my “signature dish”. That was a tough one. I have a few that I find I make over and over that would qualify. But when it came down to it, I thought about what it is I feel I represent; easy, nutritious and delicious meals that can feed the whole […]

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The New Rice Krispy

Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE rice krispie treats and would eat them everyday if you gave me the opportunity. But now, as a mom, I evaluate every snack and although I do allow my children to have special treats, I try to avoid a lot of processed food and especially things made with refined […]

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The Best Gluten-Free Brownies

Do you remember some of the products like “I can’t believe it’s not butter!” or “I can’t believe it’s frozen yogurt!”? Well, get ready for “I can’t believe these brownies are gluten-free!”. I have been cooking and baking gluten-free since July 2007 when a doctor told me that one of the reason’s for my daughter’s […]

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Yummy, Yummy in my Tummy!

Yes, that is what my 4 year old said tonight of dinner. And what was it? An easy, tasty dish that was ready in less than 31 minutes (just in case Rachel has that 30 minute thing copyrighted!): Grilled Italian Sausages served on top of Lentil-Rice Pilaf with Peas. My family really likes sausages (remember, […]

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Gluten Free Flaxseed Pancakes

Yum…who doesn’t love pancakes with syrup? Many of us do. When I found out my daughter had food sensitivities, gluten was one of those no-no foods. I had spent the last year, making delicious, healthy pancakes at least once a week for my family. Now, I felt like I had to start over. Some times […]

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Gluten Free Carrot Muffins

 Dealing with food allergies and sensitivities can be a difficult and frustrating experience, especially if it’s for children. My daughter was diagnosed with a multitude of food sensitivities that we think are associated with her eczema. It forced me to rethink meals, snacks and parties. After living with it for over 6 months, talking to […]

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