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Weekend Eating

When the weekend arrives it feels like a time of celebration! I like to cook, feed people, celebrate together… Another a week full of great accomplishments has passed. However, I know that I still have to keep the food in … Continue reading

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Good Gluten Free Eats

Last night we shared an incredible meal…a little something for everyone! Baked Salmon – baked to perfection and topped with my “secret sauce.” This kale was picked fresh from our garden! Baked Kale – Crispy on the edges and just … Continue reading

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Favorite Gluten Free Sandwiches

My FAVORITE gluten free sandwiches are suitable for so many and can be loaded with all sorts of good stuff! Take a leaf of butter lettuce, or another lettuce that you like and load it with any of the following:  … Continue reading

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Great Granola

This granola was inspired by my friend Amy K and her delicious granola, a locally made treat and a recipe by Cynthia Lair. I tried to combine the best of all the flavors and create my own. Pre-heat oven to … Continue reading

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Gluten Free, Again!

The title of this blog should be sung to Willie Nelson’s song,”On the road again…” Today marks another new beginning. A level of seriousness, and a sincere desire to respond to God’s call. He is so good to me and … Continue reading

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Our Garden

How does my garden grow? It is growing me in so many ways! On Mother’s Day I had the joy of spending the afternoon outside with my family, planting our garden. My husband built raised beds this year after receiving scabs … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Apples topped with Cream and Cranberries

2 Tbsp butter (for every two apples) 1 apple per person being served, cored and chopped Add cinnamon to taste 1 Tbsp of maple syrup (for every two apples. Apple juice, agave nectar, and brown rice syrup also work well) … Continue reading

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Delicious Spinach Dish with East Indian Spices

Melt half cube butter in pan with 1 Tbsp Olive Oil Dice one large onion and sauté in butter and oil for about 5 minutes Continue to sauté and add the following ingredients: 4 cloves fresh, crushed garlic Add 1 … Continue reading

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Wholesome?

Wholesome. This word seems to be one that is seldom used in our culture today. Because we are not accustomed to hearing it in everyday speech, we may hear it and have thoughts of yesteryear. Webster’s Encylopedic Unabridged Dictionary (1983) defines … Continue reading

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