Adventures from a gluten-free kitchen.
As someone who loves to cook, I've found the transition to cooking gluten-free much easier than expected. I love reading recipes and then adapting them to my diet and taste preferences.
I also love to create and make new things. It could be anything from making a window seat cushion to knitting a sweater. Regardless of the creation, it usually starts in the kitchen!
Author Archives: michelleblackwhite
Over the past few weeks, I kept coming across pictures on Pinterest of oven-baked “hard-boiled” eggs. At first, I was skeptical. It seemed too easy and most of the comments questioned the results. I Googled it and found several reputable … Continue reading
After a harried morning of waking up three tired boys, finding missing uniform pieces (oops … someone forgot to check that everything was set out last night), packing lunches, making (kid) breakfasts, checking backpacks, feeding the dog, grabbing the … Continue reading
What a weekend! … 70 degrees on Saturday and snow/sleet on Sunday. Luckily I had a backup plan to keep my twins busy when they couldn’t go outside to play Sunday. We spent the better part of the afternoon making … Continue reading
A dear friend emailed me to share a recipe she had recently tried and thought I would love. I happened to have all of the ingredients on hand so I made it that evening. She was right, I did love … Continue reading
This past Sunday, the word of the day was “endure”. While it might sound odd when applied to work, school, or to your family; there are some things we all must endure. Some are much harder than others. Today is … Continue reading
Mom’s Ransom Rubbage Box In an attempt to start the new year off with less nagging and more hugging, I found this great idea on Pinterest from http://madsmemories.blogspot.com/2009/08/moms-ransom-rubbage.html and had to create one for my three sons.