Paleo curried shrimp and spinach

I ran across this recipe today and it sounded so good that I made it for dinner tonight; it was a hit with both myself and my son (yay!) I added some mushrooms in with the onions while sautéing (I’m a BIG fan of sautéed mushrooms) so when it came to the point of blending the onions and mushrooms mixture I … Continue reading

Gluten-free Chicken Tenders

These tasty gluten and grain free chicken tenders came from a recipe I found on Marksdailyapple and are super easy to make. They’re a great alternative for kids, and perfect to use atop a salad when you’re craving a bit of a salty/crunchy treat. Plus they’re perfect to pair with an asian-inspired or spicy-fruit dipping sauce (think … Continue reading

Paleo Jambalaya

This recipe was sent to me from a friend (thanks Kristy!) who said it was delish and easy to make. We’ll be testing it this weekend, but wanted to share in anticipation so I can follow up next week with a review. Enjoy!                  Paleo-friendly Jambalaya (submitted by Kristy Chadderdon) … Continue reading

Is gluten-free a healthier option?

Is a gluten-free diet a healthier diet? Thats a question I get asked often, and one that I see debated over and over online. Turns out it totally depends on who you ask. For example, if you follow the Elizabeth Hasselback way of living gluten-free, you will simply replace your previous gluten-ful life with the now readily available gluten-free counterparts. Gone … Continue reading

Gluten-free chocolate chip scones

These delish dark chocolate scones are a hit with our non gluten-free friends as well, so you can feel confident serving these yummy little morsels of goodness 🙂 They’re easy to prepare and aren’t overly sweet; using agave nectar and organic dark chocolate chunks, these scones are low glycemic and still pack a yummy little … Continue reading

Dishes on Why to go Gluten-free

HERE’S A PASSAGE FROM A SITE THAT I FREQUENT DEVELOPED BY A DOCTOR IN HOUSTON, TEXAS CALLED THE GLUTEN FREE SOCIETY. I ESPECIALLY LIKE HIS REASON FOR DEVELOPING THE SOCIETY: THE ORIGIN OF OUR DEDICATION TO THE GLUTEN FREE COMMUNITY… Little Michael was only seven years old when his mother took him to see Dr. … Continue reading

Dishes on Holiday Challenges

From mid November through early January, most people find themselves juggling multiple holiday parties, elaborate dinners, family get-togethers and perhaps the recipient of some well-intentioned holiday cookie platters from loving friends and neighbors.  If so, then you know all too well the inner battle that makes up your dreaded “holiday challenge”. If you’re like me, and you have food allergies, this can be the most challenging time; … Continue reading