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Cafe at Pharr by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Hello, Friends.  I am so long overdue on a post; I don’t even know where to begin.  I’ve dined at new restaurants, read new books, traveled to some cool places and ev ... Read on »
Keeping us Fed by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Hi Readers!  I can’t believe that months have gone by since I last wrote.  There have been a lot of changes in our life and it’s been wonderful.  It’s definitely hard ... Read on »
More Summer Reading by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I always fought the Kindle.  I love books.  I love the feel of them in my hands and the smell of the pages, especially old books.  I enjoy the conversations started w ... Read on »
Culinary Inspiration by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Sometimes I need a little creative inspiration so I turn to other blogs for ideas.  I thought you might enjoy some recipes I’ve found recently that are/look yummy and ... Read on »
Start of Summer Reading List by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease While we are so excited about the arrival of Baby Girl Metcalf, I must admit that I’m enjoying my final days of peace and quiet, sitting on our front porch and readin ... Read on »
The “New” Watershed Restaurant by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Last weekend, David and I went on a date night to the new Watershed Restaurant .  For those of you that don’t know about the first Watershed, this Atlanta favorite ... Read on »
Where Have I Been? (And Recent Favorites) by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Well, it’s been awhile.  I apologize for my absence, and I wish I could say that I’ll be back at my frequent posts, but I’m not sure that is the case.  The school yea ... Read on »
Miley’s Gluten Free “Party in the USA” by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So Miley is blaming her weight loss on going gluten free?  Clearly she’s not eating the Udi’s bagels and Mellow Mushroom GF pizza that I’ve been chowing down on over ... Read on »
Lululemon is coming to the Westside by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This is dangerous.  A new Lululemon store is opening on Howell Mill Road, in the Westside Provisions District.  I just saw the sign this weekend and I immediat ... Read on »
Miami Spring Break 2K12 & Ola Restaurant by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Bienvenido a Miami: The view from our hotel room David and I spent a restful five days in Miami during early March. We stayed at the brand new St. Regis hotel ... Read on »
Spring Reading by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Thanks to a wonderful spring break trip to Miami, I had a little time to do some good reading.  I’m trying to take advantage of quiet moments, without a crying baby t ... Read on »
Gluten Free College Experiences by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I need your help!  I’m writing an article for Living Without Magazine about being gluten-free in college.  Since I was not GF when I was in college, I would love both ... Read on »
Yummy Spoonfuls Baby Food…yes, I’m writing about baby food by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I’ve never thought much about baby food before but now that I am going to be bringing a life into this world, I guess it’s something I need to think about.  I ... Read on »
Perfect Weeknight Supper: Kettle Cuisine Soups by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Recently I had the opportunity to try some delicious soups made by the folks at Kettle Cuisine.  I love making soups and stews in my own kitchen but there are ... Read on »
Revolutionary Soup (Charlottesville) by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease One of my favorite (re)discoveries last fall was Revolutionary Soup in Charlottesville.  As a college student, this was one of my favorite lunch spots on the ... Read on »
Fall & Winter Reading…sort of by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease During my four months of morning sickness, I also developed an aversion to reading.  This was perhaps one of the saddest parts of those months for me.  I was afraid I ... Read on »
What I ate… by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease The first trimester of pregnancy can be a little rough.  At least it was for me.  That’s what I get for thinking morning sickness doesn’t really exist.  I had to lear ... Read on »
Exciting Changes in 2012 by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Hi Friends!  Hope the new year is treating you well.  Life has been busy for us, hence the absence of posts.  I wanted to share with you a little news.  (Hopefully th ... Read on »
Highlights of 2011 by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This year was quite a year for me.  Lots of travel, adventure and really calling Atlanta home.  There are many highlights so I thought I’d take a little walk down mem ... Read on »
Help Send a Child with Celiac to a Gluten-Free Summer Camp! by betsymetcalf Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Hi Readers!  I must apologize for being MIA for way too long.  It’s been a busy time of year here and I really hope 2012 involves more time for blogging.  In the mean ... Read on »