About the Author
I'm still learning how to live and eat well despite a very restricted diet, which (due to my peanut allergy) also means a restricted life.
Food Foes*All recipes on this site are free of gluten (wheat, barley, rye, spelt), dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts, shellfish, tuna, beef, pork, tomatoes, apples, peaches, and strawberries. And quite a few other things, too.
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“This is my invariable advice to people: Learn how to cook- try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun!”
~ Julia Child, My Life in France
“The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you've got to have a what-the-hell attitude.”
“...no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.”
~Julia Child, My Life in France
"Those who forget the pasta are condemned to reheat it."
"After all the trouble you go to, you get about as much actual 'food' out of eating an artichoke as you would from licking 30 or 40 postage stamps." ~Miss Piggy
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Recently, in honor of my 25th birthday, I went to Anthony’s Homeport at Pier 66 in Seattle (there are several different locations in the Puget Sound). I’m madly in love with sea food and Anthony’s has a gluten-free menu, so … Continue reading
So, you’ve just been diagnosed with coeliac disease or you’re starting an elimination diet to determine the future state of your relationship with gluten. You’re feeling overwhelmed and unsure of where to go from here. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed … Continue reading
I grew up in a family with a lot of food allergies, so reading ingredient labels looking for random things like mushrooms, mint, carrots, and honeydew was just a part of life. It wasn’t until I discovered I had Celiac … Continue reading
Oftentimes one of the biggest issues if you live in house with both gluten-free and non-gluten-free people is cross-contamination. My mom, Deborah Taylor-Hough whose the author of Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month, … Continue reading
One of the things I really notice about being gluten-free is how expensive and time consuming food has become. As a fulltime college student, I don’t want to spend all of my time in the kitchen. And buying the pre-done … Continue reading