If you haven’t had a chance to read the latest happenings in the Celiac community, grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle in. This so-called “chef” out of Denver, has basically admitted to poisoning Celiacs on his Facebook page. The posts have now been removed, probably at the direction of his attorney after [...]
Today I am taking part in Wordless Wednesday & linking up to the Accustomed Chaos Post. I have already broken rule #1 b/c clearly this post isn’t “wordless”. LOL!
My entry – my new Saucony Ride 3 running shoes. They will hopefully carry me injury-free over the finish line in The Flying Pig [...]
Please welcome a very special lady to many of us in the gluten-free community – Jules Dowler Shepard. Not only is Jules a brilliant baker & cook, but she is a great friend.
People often ask me how I got started in the gluten-free business. It’s a question that always makes me pause. It’s [...]
Have you ever conquered a fear and felt like a huge weight was lifted off of your shoulders? How about conquering a fear that you didn’t realize beforehand was a huge fear, but once you moved past something, it seemed as if all the planets & stars were aligned? That happened to me yesterday.
Today we are going to learn about more from another runner & Ohio blogger – Katie! Welcome Katie!
Hi Gluten-Free is Life Readers!! I’m Katie from Healthy Heddleston and am excited to provide you with a quick guest post while Kim is visiting family –hope you’re having fun!
My Transition to Gluten-Free Lifestyle [...]
Did you all enjoy Shirley’s guest post yesterday? I know that I did. Today I would like to introduce Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free.
Baked Quinoa Pudding with Raisins
This is my gluten-free, refined sugar-free, healthier take on traditional rice pudding.
It’s funny how food works in my life…I seem to love the foods [...]
While I am taking some time off to spend with my family this week, I am going to share some posts from some wonderful inspiring bloggers this week. First up is Shirley of Gluten Free Easily. I love Shirley’s approach to gluten-free living. Simple. You can read a little more about Shirley here.
Costco moved into our area a year or 2 ago. We have never had a membership because we don’t usually buy in bulk and we use coupons. Aaron loves to cut coupons & price match, so we save lots of money each week at the grocery store. I love walking out with the receipt saying [...]