Archive for February, 2011
There is nothing better than a nice homemade lasagna on a cold winter night! This recipe is gluten-free and vegetarian, although if desired, you can add 1/2 pound of fried hamburger to the sauce before creating the lasagna. You can also easily double or halve this recipe.
One thing that I have learned the hard way is that yes, you do have to read labels on every single thing that comes near your body. That includes skin and hair care products.
In my hunt for gluten-free food, I have come across a few places that don’t even bother trying to be gluten-friendly. Here are the three worst offenders that I’ve encountered.
When I was growing up, my parents took us out to dinner two or three times a year. We always went to Steak & Stein, a family restaurant about 20 minutes from our house. My dad and I always got the Calgary steak, Derby style – a single for me, a double or triple for him. My mom and brother often chose something different.
Because of the fond memories, Steak & Stein has always been one of my favourite comfort food destinations. However, I haven’t been back since I was diagnosed with Celiac disease…
In yesterday’s post, I shared a roast recipe and suggested that you pair it with your favourite side. Now, potatoes are a common side dish in North America, and they are particularly excellent for a gluten-free diet. However, many people get stuck in a rut and cook them the same way over and over, resulting in boredom and too-much-potato-itis. So, I thought that I would share a few tips to help you spice up this versatile side dish.