Monthly Archives: March 2008

Cake Decorating

Decorating a cake can seem like a very daunting task. But I say, not so! You can have a wonderful cake without putting tons of time into it. Or you can spend your time and make intricate cakes. I’ve done … Continue reading

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Return of the Peanut Noodles

If you’ve been hanging out with me a long while, you may recall the Ode to My Peanut Noodles, wherein I expressed my deep concern that my favorite peanut noodles were no longer gluten-free.  Shortly thereafter, I received a reply … Continue reading

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Feta-Topped Chicken with Harvest Roasted Vegetables

Around the time that I first went gluten-free, my little brother wanted to make a scrumptious meal for me. Now, our family is a pretty plain family. Fancy food was never served in our house; Daddy is a very picky … Continue reading

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Interview with an Author

How about we shake things up a bit, and have a friendly little chat with a gluten-free cookbook author? You should all know by now that Roben Ryberg, author of The Gluten-Free Kitchen, has a new cookbook that is soon … Continue reading

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Broccoli Salad

Picture a salad. What does it look like? What does it smell like? What does it taste like? Is it mostly iceberg lettuce? Those were the kinds of salads I grew up on – iceberg lettuce, with carrots, bell peppers, … Continue reading

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