Review: Breads from Anna

Since starting my blog over a year ago, I have met so many wonderful people.  Some of those people have become friends.  One of those friends sent me a great surprise a week or so ago…a bread mix from Breads from Anna!  I couldn’t wait to make it! 

This mix was super […]

Gluten-free Bites

My gluten-free marathoning buddy, Beth, is the new Columbus Running Examiner! Go Beth!! Please stop by & say “Hi” to Beth! She has some great advice & tips. Also, don’t forget to wish her luck on her 14th marathon, coming up this Sunday, September 26, 2009. I did an interview with Beth not too long […]

Healthy Cookies?

Yes, that is right, I said “Healthy Cookies”. I have taken a liking to 2 cookbooks that I recently checked out of the library. The 2 books are Veganomicon, which I now own, and Eat, Drink & Be Vegan, which I am about to own. 😉 No, I am not vegan or even vegetarian, but […]

Menu Plan ~ September 20, 2009

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Apples & pumpkins are my favorite fall fruits & veggies. I also have a fondness for squash of all size & shape. I am mourning my berries, peaches, plums & watermelon and moving forward. I just bought my first couple Honeycrisp apples today! YUM!! I am so looking forward to […]

An Amazing Sauce Discovery

I am always on the lookout for new fun things to eat.  I get a lot of ideas from some other very clever bloggers and this sauce idea came from one of my favorites: Heather Eats Almond Butter.  I also saw Meghann of The Inner Workings of a College Graduate make this sauce this week […]

Diagnosis of Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Intolerance

Last Sunday was Celiac Disease Awareness day. Celiac Disease Awareness brings me to this post on the diagnosis of Celiac Disease. The diagnosis can be tricky for a number of reasons. The signs & symptoms of Celiac Disease can vary from person to person, so while one person may present with gastrointestinal symptoms, another may […]

Roasting Kabocha Squash

Some of my absolute favorite foods are those that are naturally gluten-free.  The easiest naturally gluten-free foods to find are whole foods like fruits & vegetables.  When you stick with whole foods and prepare them yourself, there is no label reading or wondering if the food has been cross-contaminated or manufactured in a place that […]

Weekly Menu Plan ~ September 13, 2009

This week is Aaron’s b-day week!!  Yay for birthdays!!  He will be 29 again (for the 9th time!).  We will probably have a “date” night on Saturday to celebrate. 

M-Elle is hosting this week’s gluten-free menu swap at La Cocina de Michelle.  The ingredient of the week is quinoa!  One of my absolute favorite […]

How to get Cereal Vit Cereals

Yesterday I posted a review on Cereal Vit Cereals.  I received an email today from Riega foods detailing how you guys can get a hold of this cereal.  There is also a code to get 15% off when you order on

It takes some time to get the products through distribution and into […]

Review: Cereal Vit Gluten-free Cereals

If you didn’t realize it by now, I am a cereal freak.  I love my cereal.  I eat it at least once a day and I usually mix more than 1 kind together in a bowl.  I then top with Greek yogurt, fruit, nut butter or Vanilla Almond Breeze (unsweetened).  I love to mix in […]

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