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Gluten Free Panzanella Frittata
September 26th, 2012Blog, Breakfast or Anytime, Episodes, Frittatas, Main Dishes, Recipes, VegetarianDiscover Gluten Freedom 2 Comments

This is a great twist on two dishes.  My ratio was 2 eggs per slice of bread.  I say it correct once then snafu’d it later 😉      

P. F. Chang’s has Expanded Their Gluten Free Menu
July 1st, 2012Dining & Travel, LifestyleMelinda 0 Comments

A recent visit to P.F. Chang’s has brought some things to my attention.  The gluten free menu has been expanded. – adding  several new menu items to the already substantial gluten free menu. P.F. Chang’s has been wonderful to the gluten free community with their attention to cross contamination and detail, as well as their […]

Jovial Gluten Free Pasta Review
June 24th, 2012Blog, ReviewsMelinda 1 Comments

Recently I was contacted by Jovial Foods to give their gluten free pastas a try.  I was so excited!  I had previously seen some of their advertising and was draw to it. “Jovial™ gluten free products were developed for all of us who have had a food intolerance critically effect personal health and wellness.  Eating […]

Gluten Free in the Wild
June 20th, 2012Dining & Travel, LifestyleDiscover Gluten Freedom 0 Comments

posted by Jill, Udi’s Gluten Free Whether you are a casual car camper or a back-country warrior, camping is a favorite pastime for outdoor enthusiasts during the summer months.  We, at Udi’s, are lucky to be based in beautiful Colorado, where trail heads and camp sites are abundant; last-minute weekend road trips become as easy […]

May 24th, 2012Blog, RecipesDiscover Gluten Freedom 0 Comments

shared by Udi’s Gluten Free I have fond memories from my childhood of summer barbecues in the backyard. I would sit outside on the deck and watch my dad clean out the grill, stack up the charcoal, and then wait until they were white hot before we threw on the burgers and hot dogs. Meanwhile, […]

Bring the Steakhouse Home

Try my recipe for  gluten free Asiago Cheese Bread on Udi’s Buns!  Delicious.  

April 3rd, 2012Blog, LifestyleMelinda 2 Comments

It’s not always obvious on consumer product labels that gluten is an ingredient. Here are some tips for finding hidden gluten. This is a great article from the writers at Everyday Health about hidden gluten that you may find surprising. If you have celiac disease, you may respond strongly and negatively to even small amounts […]

March 31st, 2012Menu PlannerMelinda 0 Comments

Sunday – London Broil with Red Wine Gravy, mashed cauliflower, and  Gluten Free Cheddar Biscuits Leftover Alert: Cook Extra London Broil. You will tweak it for your Steak Tacos on Tuesday Monday – Chicken Fried Rice with Egg Drop Soup with Steamed Broccoli tossed in a little garlic chile oil. Tuesday –  Steak Tacos:  Thinly […]

March 24th, 2012Menu PlannerMelinda 0 Comments

Sunday – GF Rotisseri Chicken (if you have it in your area) or my Hometisserie Chicken, Using the Roasted Chicken baking instructions,  season one chicken (or half of what you will be cooking) with my Hometisserie Seasoning.  Serve with your favorite sides.   Leftover Alert:  Roast extra pieces or an extra chicken, to have on Wednesday. […]

March 18th, 2012Menu PlannerMelinda 0 Comments

Sunday-  Easy Gluten Free Teriyaki Chicken with fast and easy Hawaiian Rice , and Sesame Green Beans, or Asian Slaw Monday –  Beef and Mushroom Stew over Cheddar Cheese Polenta.  This is a pretty hardy dish, and has a nice amount of carrots and mushrooms in it.  If you want more veggies, asparagus adds a […]

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