Making your own homemade black beans is easier than you think!! Continue reading
So, I might have mentioned, there are a few different eating needs and tastes in our home. Out of the 6 of us, we have three gluten free, one coconut allergic, one almond allergic, one vegetarian for health reasons, one with an intolerance to most raw vegetables, one legume allergic, almost forgot the citrus allergy, and a ten year old that wants to eat “normal food” and a three year old that wants to live on marshmallows and cornflakes. (I personally will usually avoid grains, but will make them for the rest of the family and eat them when they’re cheese grits. Two of us are actually lactose intolerant, but mildly enough that Lactaid pills work well.) Making sure everyone gets something to eat isn’t the problem. It’s making sure everyone eats real food every day, because everyone will eat microwave s’mores or cookies or Glutino chocolate pretzels or grab themselves some chips and salsa. Continue reading
Happy Canada Day!!
The best part about a roast chicken?
In my gluten eating days it was the stuffing.
I especially liked the way it flavored the chicken with it’s salty, savory goodness.
A roast chicken without stuffing seems a little bland, doesn’t it?
Today I’m going to show you a way that you can add a beautiful stuffing flavor to your chicken that’s so fast and easy that roast chicken will move off your special occasion menu and on to Thursday’s dinner plate. Continue reading