Monthly Archives: November 2010

Silvana’s Gluten Free Holiday Cookie Countdown 2010

Silvana Nardone, founding editor of Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine and author of Cooking for Isaiah and the Dish Towel Diaries blog, is hosting “Silvana’s Gluten Free Cookie Countdown 2010.”  Every day in the month of December she will feature on her blog a different baker’s gluten-free cookie recipe and their FREE giveaway product or service.  I am happy to say that Silvana has asked me to be one of the featured gluten-free bakers.  I’ll keep you posted as to  which day my recipe is being featured, because my giveaway for the day is two FREE nutrition consultations. 

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Great Gluten Free Dining Experiences

Most of us eat out more during the holiday season, whether that be office holiday parties, an annual celebratory dinner with friends or a weekend brunch with family traveling from afar.  Here are three great options to get you through the holidays gluten-free.

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Tips for a Gluten-free AND Happy Thanksgiving

This is my second Thanksgiving gluten-free and I’ve learned alot from last year.  Here are my tips for having a gluten-free AND happy Thanksgiving.

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Exercise for achy joints and pains

Do you have achy joints, pains and/or stiffness due to Celiac Disease or other autoimmune disease that is coming in the way of you exercising?  I do.  Here are some ideas for keeping up with an exercise program while allowing yourself to heal.

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Strictly Gluten Free

Strictly Gluten Free is a new specialty retail and wholesale food market scheduled to open its first store on Long Island, New York in the first quarter of 2011.  The founders, Steve and Angela Distefano, are conducting a survey to garner feedback from the gluten-free community.  By participating, you can help them better cater to the needs of the gluten-free. Please read on for a brief summary of Strictly Gluten Free and a link to the survey.

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Gluten-free Restaurant Guide

As an affiliate of Triumph Dining, I recently received a complimentary copy of their newest (5th) edition of The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide.  Here is a review of this handy resource.

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Purely Elizabeth: Gluten free, vegan baking mixes

I rarely do product reviews for packaged gluten-free baking mixes or finished baked products.  That’s because most consist primarily of empty-calorie starch flours, which may taste delicious, but are hard to give the thumbs up to from a nutrition perspective.  Purely Elizabeth baking mixes allow me to make an exception, as they are made with all natural, organic, nutritious ingredients.

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