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Category Archives: Food
Cinnamon rolls are one of the foods we’ve missed since our celiac diagnoses. That and doughnuts (but that’s another post). This weekend, we celebrated my oldest daughters 14th (!!!!!!!!!!!!) birthday with a sleepover. Breakfast for 10 hungry teen girls calls … Continue reading
I get a lot of questions about how to change your child’s (or your own) diet, so I decided it was time to put pen to paper and provide a road map for change. I’ve broken our dietary change from … Continue reading
Where have I been? Sheesh. I’ve been posting some over at GroksBigFamily. If you want to see what we are eating these days and our weekly menu plan, take a peek at An Overdue Paleo Food Post. For a pregnancy … Continue reading
If you’ve been following me for any length of time, you know we’ve evolved into a grain free/Paleo lifestyle. I truly feel we’ve landed about the best way of eating for us. Our children appear to be thriving. . . … Continue reading
Last night’s dinner (otherwise known as, “eek, it’s 4:20pm and I have nothing defrosted!” Keepers of all things Paleo- don’t bash me, it was this or gluten free pizza). 1 pkg (2.5lbs) boneless, skinless chicken breast tenders* $5.99 1 pkg … Continue reading
By now, I’m sure ya’ll know I love books. Everytime I am in Barnes & Noble, I find myself wandering around with my arms overloaded. That’s usually when I have to remind myself that I’m not in a library and … Continue reading