Hi there Tumblr friends! I hate to be the person who was renting, and is now buying so I’m moving out of my cool, hip, neighborhood in favor of a better school district. But, that does seem to be the case.
I’m moving Gluten Is My Bitch over to Wordpress (I know! Boo, hiss, don’t trust anyone over 30!), as there are a few things I want to do that Wordpress allows me to do that Tumblr does not.
So if you’re still grooving on the gluten-free lifestyle, recipes, rants, and overall navel-gazing, please follow me to - http://glutenismybitch.wordpress.com/.
I promise to make it worth your while. Major chocolate recipe coming asap!
In addition to freezing my butt off, dining out was one of the biggest surprises of last week’s trip to San Francisco. Or rather, surprises that I should not have been surprised about AT ALL. Because everyone knows that a) SF is cold and foggy, and b) Those crazy hippies are way ahead of the curve when it comes to healthy eating. So gluten-free dining was not at all difficult, except for that one day when the kids only wanted bread products and I really, really didn’t.
My three most pleasant dining out experiences in the San Fran came in the form of soup, Vietnamese yumminess, and pizza. Also, a big shout out to all of our friends and family who went out of their ways to cook gf dishes that were incredibly delicious. LOVE the Bay Area vibe.
Are you ready to gorge yourself on some chocolate-y Easter goodness? Not so fast, celiac, as apparently the Easter Bunny adds gluten in some of those springtime treats. Phhpt, on you rabbit. Lucky for you, I’ve done some exhaustive research on what Easter candies are gf, and what ones will send you straight to the loo. You’re welcome.
The best of the gluten-free Easter treats* await your perusal:
Or at least that’s what I assume, since he never says otherwise.
Happy Passover, chosen people! Living in a mixed religious home means we get to celebrate, basically everything. And while I’m still searching for some gluten-free challah, there are some pretty awesome gf options for your seder plate tonight.
Read on to prepare a fab gf seder for the celiacs in your clan.
Drawing yet again from my fantastic, yet fattening, family cookbook, will be this weekend’s superstar brunch menu item: Aunt Loretta’s Breakfast Casserole. If you picked up my family’s cookbook, you would see Aunt Loretta has more than one winning recipe. The lady is inspiring (and quite frankly a big influence) as she appreciates fantastic food, but finds it a drag to slave over the stove while other people are enjoying the party. In fact, her description of this recipe in the book is “easy breakfast if you have overnight guests and hate cooking bacon and eggs for everyone.” Who doesn’t hate cooking bacon and eggs for everyone? Right on, Loretta.
So this breakfast casserole of sausage, eggs, bread, and cheese has been a brunch staple at my house for quite some time. But now, alas I must make it gf with that whole celiac thing. Lucky for me, it wasn’t hard.