I have mentioned in the past that I belong to a local running group, MIT. Not only do I credit MIT with helping me train smart, but I have had the opportunity to meet some pretty awesome friends, too. Last season I met Brandie Davisson as we were training for our fall races. Brandie was [...]
I love cookbooks! Last fall I had the opportunity to review Beth Hillson’s new cookbook: Gluten-Free Makeovers. Hillson was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1976 and has been a pioneer in the gluten-free world. I know that I depended heavily on the Gluten-Free Pantry’s products, specifically the chocolate truffle brownie mix, when I was first [...]
When we get a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store, we often have leftovers. Sometimes I will use them to make chicken salad, sometimes I will toss in a large garden salad and sometimes I will make a quick stir-fry.
This stir-fry was one of the best I have had in a long time! [...]
When I was thinking about dinner on Friday, I couldn’t decided between pizza, my Friday staple, or rotisserie chicken that I had just picked up from the store. They both sounded good, so what does a food blogger do? She combines the 2 together. I have never been shy about combining foods. I recall [...]
Hopefully you had a chance to read the post my sister shared earlier this week on feeding gluten-free guests. She sure fed us well while we visited! The food was so good, that I wanted to share another meal that she cooked for us. She made a recipe called “Paula Deen’s Goulash”, but changed [...]
Today’s post is brought to you by my sister, Kelly Fons. Kelly graciously accommodated our needs & fed us safely on our visit to Atlanta this past week, so I asked her to share how she goes about doing so. I figured this could be helpful to those visiting family, as they could pass along [...]