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This made my day:

I discovered on my way into work this morning that Starbucks is test-marketing a gluten-free pastry!! I was so excited about it, I bought one, immediately wrote a review and posted it on Gluten Free in Baltimore. If you want

This made my day:

I discovered on my way into work this morning that Starbucks is test-marketing a gluten-free pastry!! I was so excited about it, I bought one, immediately wrote a review and posted it on Gluten Free in Baltimore. If you want

Avocado & Shrimp Salad

It’s been awhile since I posted a recipe and I so was proud of myself for finding/making a delicious, easy dinner tonight that I decided to post it. I found this recipe from Epicurious but didn’t have all the ingredients

Avocado & Shrimp Salad

It’s been awhile since I posted a recipe and I so was proud of myself for finding/making a delicious, easy dinner tonight that I decided to post it. I found this recipe from Epicurious but didn’t have all the ingredients

gluten-free in Baltimore

Guess what? This week marks the start of an unofficial career in blogging – I’ve been accepted as a volunteer Associate Contributor for Gluten Free in Baltimore. You can see my self-intro and their welcome here: http://glutenfreebaltimore.blogspot.com/. While I won’t

gluten-free in Baltimore

Guess what? This week marks the start of an unofficial career in blogging – I’ve been accepted as a volunteer Associate Contributor for Gluten Free in Baltimore. You can see my self-intro and their welcome here: http://glutenfreebaltimore.blogspot.com/. While I won’t

Smedly’s

2/21/09 – A little something I wrote last night… Tonight I’m sitting in Smedly’s, a gastro cafe in Fell’s Point that I love. They’re having an open mic night, which is proving to be the best way to spend a

Smedly’s

2/21/09 – A little something I wrote last night… Tonight I’m sitting in Smedly’s, a gastro cafe in Fell’s Point that I love. They’re having an open mic night, which is proving to be the best way to spend a

gluten-free banana bread with a twist

I adapted this recipe from another gluten-free blogger. The next time I make it, I probably won’t put coconut flour in it; either that or I’ll figure out a way to add more liquid, because it was pretty dry. But

gluten-free banana bread with a twist

I adapted this recipe from another gluten-free blogger. The next time I make it, I probably won’t put coconut flour in it; either that or I’ll figure out a way to add more liquid, because it was pretty dry. But

christmas eve in michigan

I orchestrated Christmas Eve dinner tonight. Here’s what we ate (courtesy of Epicurious.com): Braised lamb shanks with coriander, fennel and star anise, served on a bed of wilted spinach alongside butternut squash risotto. We drank a Maison Louis Latour 2006

christmas eve in michigan

I orchestrated Christmas Eve dinner tonight. Here’s what we ate (courtesy of Epicurious.com): Braised lamb shanks with coriander, fennel and star anise, served on a bed of wilted spinach alongside butternut squash risotto. We drank a Maison Louis Latour 2006

cookie recipe

I’m procrastinating going to bed and wanted to get my cookie recipe up before I go computer-less for a few days, so here it is! I took photos, too, but you’ll have to wait for those. Just take my word

cookie recipe

I’m procrastinating going to bed and wanted to get my cookie recipe up before I go computer-less for a few days, so here it is! I took photos, too, but you’ll have to wait for those. Just take my word

non-traditional thanksgiving

As I’m making a pecan-pumpkin pie for the dessert-ambivalent and roasting a chicken with onion, garlic & cardamom, I’m also reading this article sent by a food-loving friend: http://www.gourmet.com/restaurants/2008/11/thanksgiving-in-new-york?currentPage=2 I love the spontaneity and diversity of this meal, and get

non-traditional thanksgiving

As I’m making a pecan-pumpkin pie for the dessert-ambivalent and roasting a chicken with onion, garlic & cardamom, I’m also reading this article sent by a food-loving friend: http://www.gourmet.com/restaurants/2008/11/thanksgiving-in-new-york?currentPage=2 I love the spontaneity and diversity of this meal, and get

culinary delights (or not)

I like to cook. I have since before I was diagnosed with celiac, and even more since. I love cooking food that my friends without allergies will genuinely love, instead of sympathetically tolerating it to make me feel better about

culinary delights (or not)

I like to cook. I have since before I was diagnosed with celiac, and even more since. I love cooking food that my friends without allergies will genuinely love, instead of sympathetically tolerating it to make me feel better about

good news!!

it’s official: I’m starting to eat dairy. yes!! I’m serious! For the past 3-4 weeks, I’ve been eating the most wonderful yogurt. Real, whole, Greek yogurt. I love the ingredients list: “skim (or whole) milk, cream, live yogurt cultures”. That’s

good news!!

it’s official: I’m starting to eat dairy. yes!! I’m serious! For the past 3-4 weeks, I’ve been eating the most wonderful yogurt. Real, whole, Greek yogurt. I love the ingredients list: “skim (or whole) milk, cream, live yogurt cultures”. That’s