Eggs with Tortillas

I call this dish Eggs with Tortillas.  It is my variation of the traditional Mexican dish, chilaquiles. So many Mexican mothers would be mad at me for calling this recipe chilaquiles, though! My preference is to use poblanos in this recipe, but as we all know, sometimes poblanos aren’t available. That’s how this dish got…

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Cooking For Someone With Celiac

One of the nerve-wracking things for my mom, or so she says, was making sure the food she prepared for me was safe. It’s no fun watching someone get ill for days because they ate something you prepared. For those of you who want to prepare food safely for a family member or friend who…

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Jicama Slaw

For years I walked past jicama in the produce department thinking it was a turnip. Actually, some people do call it Mexican turnip but it is nothing like a turnip! Once I finally ate jicama and knew how to prepare it, jicama became one of my favorites. The jicama skin peels easily once you quarter…

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Follow Me On Instagram

Over the past few months I’ve been playing around on Instagram to see if it was a good fit to help others learn to put out their autoimmune fires, reclaim their health, and get back to living the life of their dreams. The verdict is in! I think it is. Take a look at my…

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Get Your White Paper Here

If you haven’t gotten your white paper on eating out with celiac, I invite you to do so now. In this white paper I share hard-won tips on how to navigate restaurants and dinner parties while remaining gluten-free. Use the link below to get your white paper, Eating Out With Celiac Disease. Get Your White…

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Chimichurri

For me, one of the keys to thriving with celiac disease is having tasty condiments that also pack a lot of nutritional punch. Chimichurri, a traditional Argentinian accompaniment for beef, full of parsley, garlic and olive oil offers a great way to get key healing nutrients. Chimichurri goes well with beef, lamb, fish, eggs, or…

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Easy Greek Skillet Dinner

Folks tell me, “I know I should eat more kale, but I only know one way to fix it.” Here’s a quick recipe to get more kale into your diet in a tasty way. This dish is great in that it cooks up in no time at all…in just one pan. If you wish, serve…

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January is CLEAN OUT THE GLUTEN Month

This January is Clean Out The Gluten Month! If you have celiac, or someone you care for has celiac, I invite you to take a complimentary five-day challenge with me. I’ve designed a complimentary five-day challenge to help you create a home that allows you to heal from celiac disease. Over five days I’ll send…

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Almond Flour Nut Bread

If you like a dense bread, I think you might enjoy this recipe. In its simple variation it is a good accompaniment for butter and jam and pairs well with a bowl of soup, stew, or chili. Add some raisins and cinnamon and you have a satisfying, but not too sweet, loaf. Add some rosemary…

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