Monthly Archives: October 2012
October 24, 2012 – Bumble Bar is recalling certain lots of Gluten Free Café™ Chocolate Sesame Bars and Gluten Free Café™ Cinnamon Sesame Bars associated with Sunland Inc. peanut products, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infection in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Healthy persons infected with Salmonella often experience fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. Consumers with the above symptoms should Read More »
GlutenFreeWorks.com is working with a new website from Better Batter to help people transition to the gluten-free diet. The new website, StartGlutenFree.com, shares our mission, therefore we will be contributing content that helps people adopt a gluten-free diet and successfully incorporate it into their lives. The more we share our resources, the better we can help everyone “get well and stay healthy” living gluten-free!
Altoona, Pennsylvania – October 18, 2012 – The switch to a Gluten-Free lifestyle is no longer an overwhelming and daunting ordeal, thanks to a new website, StartGlutenFree.com, that is a trustworthy resource for teaching individuals how to easily make the switch.
StartGlutenFree.com is headed by the company, Better Batter, one of the key leaders in the Gluten-Free industry, and it is backed by physicians nationwide. The website is slated to be “the welcoming committee for the gluten-free community” by Read More »
According to Deadline, actor Jennifer Esposito is leaving Blue Bloods because of her celiac disease. Jennifer’s doctor is requiring her to work a reduced schedule after she collapsed on the set and that doesn’t fit into CBS’s plans for her character.
This is CBS’s take on the situation, so Jennifer Esposito took to her Twitter account to set the record straight.
I have a new addiction. It happens to be to these Pumpkin Pie Roasted Almonds.
I…I….I…..just don’t know what to say. They are perfectly crunchy, pleasantly pumpkin-spiced, and they have a great balance between salty and sweet.
These almonds are subtle. They don’t walk into a room and yell obnoxious things, but rather they are comforting and pleasant to be around. This is why I have been keeping a little jar of them with me at all times. Read More »
Besides the pasta, there were all kinds of interesting and delicious gluten-free foods at Appetite for Awareness. Caffe Gelato Restaurant and Catering, out of Newark, DE, was offering perfect crabcake morsels full of crabmeat while Rittenhouse Square’s Alma de Cuba was serving up mini marlin tacos. Chef Eric Paraskevas of Terra was plating up beautiful samples of his gluten-free pulled pork tostados and El Rey presented hungry attendees with mouth-watering Read More »
I grew up with small weekday breakfasts and large weekend breakfasts. We ate cereal during the week but on Saturday mornings we’d trek (usually by car, although it was extremely close to our house) to a very small, very local diner called Mama’s. Run by an eastern-European family, the diner made such extraordinary breakfasts that we became fast and regular patrons. Although the restaurant is long gone now, and the breakfasts are nothing more than a mere memory to me, I still fantasize about the humongous servings that lasted me much more than Read More »
I ate a lot this weekend. Way too much actually…in a good way.
For my Dad’s birthday dinner, my mom and I made Ina Garten’s God-sent Truffled Macaroni & Cheese. Despite the loan she had to take out to buy the truffle butter and exotic mushrooms, it was by far the best mac n’ cheese ever.
Let’s just say, it’s going to be rough getting used to plain ‘ol mac n’ cheese after that eye opening experience.
Now, I’m not advocating going into debt over truffle butter, but if anything is worth over spending, this recipe is it.
We also had some extremely gourmet rib eye. Coated with McCormicks grill seasoning, seared on the charcoal barbeque, and finished off with Read More »