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"Lessons From A Green Kitchen" by Michael Pollan by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I purchased the August 2006 edition of Food & Wine magazine primarily for the article called "Lessons from a Green Kitchen." I hoped to learn more about making my kitchen m ... Read on »
A Biga & A Sourdough Starter - Baking & Pastry Week 21 by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking A Sour Story This week I'm wrapping up my exploration of bigas and moving on to sourdoughs. I'm going to make a couple of different types of sours, starting wit ... Read on »
A Couple of Bigas - Baking & Pastry Project Week 19 by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Making Bigas A pre-ferment used in Italian bread making is called a biga. It is a mixture of flour, yeast and water that is allowed to sit and ferment for 12 to 2 ... Read on »
A Gluten Free Birthday At American Girl by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking A 9th Birthday Party One of our daughter's wishes was to go to theAmerican Girl Placein New York City. She wanted to have a day of shopping, some fun and a special birthda ... Read on »
A Gluten Free Birthday At American Girl by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease A 9th Birthday Party One of our daughter's wishes was to go to the American Girl Place in New York City. She wanted to have a day of shopping, some fun and a s ... Read on »
A Hope Award by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Sophie of IBS Tales has graciously awarded me a Hope Award. The Hope Award is for blogs that offer positive support and encouragement for those suffering from a chronic me ... Read on »
A Meme & The Vegetable Market by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was tagged by Gluten Free By The Bay for a meme. I'm supposed to include eight things about myself, but which items should I include? I feel like Winnie-the-Pooh as he si ... Read on »
A Meme & The Vegetable Market by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was tagged by Gluten Free By The Bay for a meme. I'm supposed to include eight things about myself, but which items should I include? I feel like Winnie-the-Pooh as he si ... Read on »
A New Gluten-Free Challenge by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease As I was building the Ship's Pantry part of my blog, I was amazed at the wide variety of foods that are gluten-free.The Earth has provided us with an incredible abundance of ... Read on »
A Talk with Carol Fenster by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Carol, an author, cooking instructor, recipe developer and gluten free advocate, has written a new cookbook, Gluten Free Quick & Easy. Building on her backgrou ... Read on »
A Transfer & Selling Our House by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking After we got home from Michigan, my husband and I started our annual planning of what house projects do we tackle this year. When your house is 83 years old, there is alw ... Read on »
Aebleskiver - Apple Stuffed Pancakes by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My children were very curious about a pancake pan that we noticed while we were out shopping. With rounded indentations and made out of black cast iron, the pan wa ... Read on »
Affirmation & Change by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking As 2010 moves on, my family and I will have ended our most mobile year. We began the year living in Michigan, where my husband was working on a long term project for a ... Read on »
Agave Ice Cream with Saguaro Syrup by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I've been working on replacing sugar in many of the recipes that my family enjoys. My home made ice cream is one of their favorites, so I wanted to see what would happen i ... Read on »
Agave Pumpkin Muffins by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Since my family has type II diabetes I have been following a diet lower on the Glycemic index for several years. However, over the last six months I have begun to have epi ... Read on »
Almond & Millet Yeast Raised Doughnuts (B&P27) by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I'm drooling. I want doughnuts. They were sooooo good... Delicious cake style doughnuts with a sheer fondant glaze with a variety of toppings are on ... Read on »
Almond & White Bean Epi Wreath (B&P35) by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Winter has barely started and we've got quite a bit of snow on the ground. Every afternoon, I'm outside with the kids and the dog. One day it's a snowball fight, the n ... Read on »
Almond Buckwheat Batard with Poolish (B&P#34) by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Fresh bread can be sheer torture. It's the aroma while baking, the crackle of the crust or the delicious flavor when you bite into your slice. I like the loaves tha ... Read on »
Almond White Bean Lean Loaf Made With A Biga (B&P38) by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Quest, circa 1303, "a search for something" (esp. of judicial inquiries or hounds seeking game), from O.Fr. queste (Fr. quête), prop. "the act of seeking," from M.L. ques ... Read on »
Almond White Bean Lean Loaf Made With A Poolish (B&P37) by Sheltie Girl Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I'm back on the baking trail now that my flours have all arrived. Last week, I was on the hunt for flours when my order went the opposite direction from me. It put a r ... Read on »