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30-Minute Pressure Cooker Coq au Vin (gf)

I’m all for maximum impression with minimum effort. I love fancy meals and entertaining, but I don’t have the time, energy or patience to spend the whole day in the kitchen. 542 more words

Gluten Free

Sugar-Free Fruit Cobbler

Cobbler Filling:
4 medium apples and/or pears, peaches…
1/2 cup soft dates, pitted
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 T lemon juice
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg… 192 more words


Flatbreads aplenty...

Before wild yeast was discovered in Egypt, thousands of years ago (which lead to the first ever risen breads) all bread was flat. When I first heard this fact I thought it was so cool – the first risen breads were basically sourdough loaves, using wild yeast as the rising agent; just imagine the first time someone ever saw their bread dough rise?! 747 more words


Oven baked artichokes..

Recently, the lovely Susan shared a post about roasting a whole artichoke; they were studded with garlic and sprinkled with fennel seeds and looked fab; add to the fact that every food magazine has recently included all sorts of recipes including artichokes, I decided it was time to get involved… 164 more words


Going AIP

This post first appeared on my other blog Giving Up Sugar.

I haven’t posted in ages on Giving Up Sugar.  Mostly this is because once you’ve given up the white stuff there’s little left to say, and I am not one to hang out in my kitchen creating mouth-watering sugar-free treats.   1,388 more words

Tips And Hints

Kicking my own butt and getting myself healthy again 

It’s fair to say the last 3 months or so my health and fitness have fallen off the bandwagon. I have been eating all those things I know I shouldn’t. 393 more words


Sweet Tooth?

So the beat-beat-beat of the drum of the march of the food revolution continues. As the consumer continues to connect the dots between what they eat and their health they continue to create changes by using their food budget to vote for healthier choices, which really is the only way to promote the changes, slow as they are, to come. 503 more words

Healthy Diet