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A Meal To Remember by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I really don't like to complain about being on a gluten-free diet. There are things that I can't eat, but most of these things aren't very healthy, and I do my best to i ... Read on »
Almond-Apricot Stuffing by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease The holidays are a difficult time to be Gluten-free! Everywhere I go there seems to be piles of cookies, cakes, pies, candy, and more cookies. A few years ago I would h ... Read on »
Asian Style Ginger Vegetables by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease There is no comparing fresh ginger to the powdered ginger you can get in the spice isle. Powdered ginger definitely has its place in cooking and baking, but the young ... Read on »
Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This past week has been a tough one so consequently, I haven’t had much time, or energy to work on this blog. Last week I was given the news that due to market ... Read on »
Baked Acorn Squash stuffed with Bean Salsa by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease After reading Gluten-free goddess' blog about acorn squash I got inspired to finally cook the acorn squash that was starting to gather dust on my counter. Her re ... Read on »
Baked Layered Polenta by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Last week I took a trip to Trader Joe's to pick up some gluten-free products. I love their gluten-free rice pasta and their gluten free banana waffles which are inexpen ... Read on »
Baked Polenta with Spinach and Feta Cheese by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I love to cook with spinach and use it quite often, occasionally it is necessary to only use fresh spinach, but I find more often frozen spinach makes a good and p ... Read on »
Baked Sweet Potato Fries by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This recipe is easy to make and it is a good one for kids, there is something about kids and french fries! We often make these fries for lunch for our children. They t ... Read on »
Baked Sweet Potatoes with Cinnamon Sugar by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease When my children were babies they both used to love sweet potatoes. I would cook huge batches, puree them and freeze in ice cube trays (perfect one ounce portions) ... Read on »
Basil Pesto Sauce by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Fresh basil is absolutely my favorite herb! I always grow it during the warm months to have a few pinches of it to grace all of my pasta and Thai dishes. But whene ... Read on »
Black Bean Salsa by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I wanted to make a good dip to eat while watching The Big Football Game this weekend. I first thought of the always delicious fresh salsa, or guacamole, but then I sett ... Read on »
Black-eyed Pea Soup with Wild Mushrooms by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This is one recipe that I would have never dreamed of cooking before I moved to the South. I honestly never had black-eyed peas or turnip greens (or any other kin ... Read on »
Butternut Squash Soup with Ginger by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking When I was young the word squash was a "bad" word to me. If my mother were to say "come on, we're having squash for dinner", my first inclination would be to run and hid ... Read on »
Caribbean Roasted Chicken with Bacon by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I like to cook healthy food and the problem with bacon is that it just not healthy! One of the good thing about bacon is that it's so packed with flavor that a little g ... Read on »
Chicken and Rice Soup by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I woke up this Saturday morning feeling not quite right. I wasn't hung-over and I didn't feel any flu symptoms so I guess it is just a cold. I believe in the old a ... Read on »
Chicken and Sausage Cacciatore by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It's April here in North Carolina, the Cherry trees are in full blossom, The dog wood trees and Azalea bushes are just beginning to bloom, but it's still cold! We've ... Read on »
Chicken Broth by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Buying gluten-free chicken broth is a real pain. Forget about the old days of using bouillon cubes. Finding a gluten-free canned broth is rare or impossible and buying ... Read on »
Chipolte Tacos by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Tacos have become a staple of the American diet. What once was purely a Mexican food has practically become an institution. In many homes "taco night" is a once a week ... Read on »
Chocolate Waffles by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This past weekend I was preparing to make my regular Saturday morning pancakes, when I had a thought, Why don't I make waffles instead? It had been a really long time s ... Read on »
Companies That Clearly label Gluten-Free Food by Jeff Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease One of the most intimidating things that I had to do when beginning my gluten-free diet years ago was to walk into a grocery store and try and figure out what to buy. I've ... Read on »