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    Menu Plan ~ December 1, 2008

    Here we are in December already. Where did the year go? Now, don’t get me wrong, I love the Holiday season and most of the stuff that comes with it, but geez, it seems like it was just New Year’s Day and I was trying to figure out how to get rid of my gluten-free [...]

    Banana Nut Bread Heaven

    I know that I say a lot of recipes I try are like heaven or amazing, but seriously, I am a foodaholic! I happen to love quick breads, desserts and pumpkin, to name a few. I don’t like to toot my own horn, but, OH.MY.GOD. This banana bread that I made today was amazing! I [...]

    Baby Steps 2

    Last week I posted about Jon going on a trip out of state, on his own with his hockey team. I had been concerned about how he was going to navigate his way through traveling and eating with his diet needs. I prepared him and the chaperones involved as best as I could (lists, information, [...]

    Homemade Cranberry Sauce & More

    I love Holidays. I love the food, the togetherness of family and the stress too. Aaron is not happy when I try new recipes on company, whether it be family or friends. He likes me to have tried the recipe out first. Typically I agree, but I had faith in a few of the things [...]

    Chocolate Pumpkin Loaf Just Might Be Heaven in a Pan

    Once again, Tina, over at Carrots’N’Cake, has come up with an amazing recipe. I couldn’t resist converting this recipe to gluten-free and having it to serve over the long Thanksgiving weekend. I am even tempted to possibly serve this for breakfast, as it does have pumpkin in it, so that makes it healthy, right? The [...]

    Grandma's Pumpkin Pie ~ Gluten-Free

    Surprise, another pumpkin recipe! YUM! This is the best pumpkin pie. Ever. It is different the the Libby’s recipe in that you separate the eggs and then fold the whites in last, making the pie filling lighter and fluffier. I never appreciated that growing up, until I started to eat other pumpkin pies and wondered [...]

    Baby Steps

    Jon has been gluten-free since July 12, 2006. I have worked very hard over the past year and a half to make sure he understands all aspects of the GF diet and why it is important that he follows it. He is pretty good about following it and our motto is “When in doubt, go [...]

    Menu Plan Monday ~ November 24, 2008 ~ Thanksgiving Week

    It is here! Thanksgiving week! I love Thanksgiving and all things pumpkin & turkey. I love spending time with my family and shopping on Black Friday. For the big meal, I have some family contributing sides like Catholic Potatoes, a wonderful mashed potato casserole with cream cheese and cheddar cheese, it really is heaven in [...]

    Apricot Glazed Pork Loin

    What a perfect fall meal. Mashed potatoes, a glazed pork loin…YUM! It was really cold out yesterday, I believe the high was 35? It was 18 when I left for the gym this AM….BRRRR!!! Guess it is time to figure out the combination to my lock so I can start changing at the gym again. [...]

    Oatmeal Raisin Bars ~ Gluten-Free

    I love oatmeal raisin anything. Always have. I was really bummed when I had to go gluten-free that oatmeal was out and there was nothing I could do about it. Nothing until gluten-free oats came onto the market. They aren’t cheap, but they are worth every penny. I was never a huge fan of oatmeal [...]