Monthly Archives: March 2011

Gluten-free St. Patrick’s Day Recipe Round Up

-Today is St. Patrick’s Day and for me that means wear something green or you are going to be pinched. For others that means preparing traditional Irish dishes to celebrate the holiday.  Every year when this holiday arrives this Examiner is always thankful that corned beef and cabbage and potatoes and carrots are all naturally gluten free and easy to prepare. ...

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Overcoming Gluten Free Social Isolation Part II: Attending a Wedding

You receive an invitation in the mail to a good friend’s wedding.  This is something you have been looking forward to for awhile, but now that you have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, you notice that accompanying your excitement is some unwelcomed anxiety about being able to eat at the wedding.  You already know the cake is a no-go, as ...

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Recipe: Gluten-Free Irish Barm Brack Bread

     According to Elaine Lemm, About.com Guide to British and Irish Food, “Brack is one of Ireland’s most famous bakery products.”  Gluten-Free Irish Barm Brack is adapted to gluten-free diets from a recipe by Bernard Clayton, Jr., “Barm Brack” which appears in Bernard Clayton’s New Complete Book of Breads. This recipe is laced with fragrant fresh lemon peel, plump ...

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Calling All Volunteers…Gluten-free Camps Need You

This is the time of year when parents are planning their summer activities and for those kids on the gluten-free diet those plans include attending a gluten-free camp.  There are a number of gluten-free camps out there who are in need of volunteers to perform a variety of tasks.   They camps lists below are looking for volunteers to work six ...

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