Monthly Archives: March 2011

the wheat-free wheat

It’s not surprising that my 2.5-year-olds enjoy breakfast cereal.  What may be more unusual is that their favorites are not not the traditional Cheerios and Rice Krispies, but raisin bran and shredded wheat.  Unfortunately, those two wheat-based cereals aren’t as … Continue reading

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silver lining #1

If I were a good GF blogger I’d be telling you how it’s not a sacrifice at all, I really love feeding my children in ways that are healthy, finding the food that loves us back, etc.  Yeah, OK, maybe … Continue reading

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gear

Here’s a question for the few people who are going to read this.  I swear this is a real question and not just an attempt to drum up comments (though, y’know, please comment!). Many of my favorite kitchen tools are … Continue reading

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pizza night

I have three toddlers, plus a husband who eats like a toddler; so it should come as no surprise that I make pizza at least twice a month.  It’s pretty good, if I do say so myself.  The boys love to … Continue reading

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The last hurrah

We had our daughter’s first birthday party today.  I bought regular wheat cake flour earlier this week for the last time (for a while, anyway).  This morning the boys helped me make mini cupcakes and a tiny cake (baked in … Continue reading

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Letter soup (or: this is gonna be pricey)

Last week we were all finishing up an annoying, snuffly cold.  After work one day I decided to ditch whatever dinner plan I’d had and get some nice Campbell’s soup to serve with grilled-cheese sandwiches.  No, we haven’t switched to … Continue reading

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How we started

We were lucky: our celiac diagnosis didn’t start with an extended mystery illness, or with painstaking trial and error.  Nope, it came because of science.  Shortly after our identical twins were born in the summer of 2008, we were asked to … Continue reading

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