I love a great lasagna! And, if I do say so myself, I make a great gluten free lasagna. It takes hours to make; there are noodles to boil, sauce to make from scratch, cheeses to grate, lots of chopping, mixing, layering, and at least an hour baking time. It is delish but let’s face it
This is a recipe inspired by hot and sour soup – something I always used to order way back when, in the days I would eat at Chinese restaurants. It is so difficult to eat Chinese food out unless you know the restaurant can make your food gluten free
When I was a teenager I lived on Okinawa, a little island about an hour’s plane ride from Japan. Okinawa has a rich and varied culture – if you ever watched the movie The Karate Kid, you know that
I’m a huge fan of Mexican flavors and I see no reason not to use them in different ways. Like in pasta for instance.
This Tex-Mex pasta was inspired by
In my early days of being gluten free, if I wanted pasta there was basically one option – disgusting, gummy, rice pasta that turned into a big pile of mush if cooked one second too long. Needless to say, I
Did you know that the average woman gains between 5 to 7 pounds during the winter months? Yikes! That’s kinda depressing if you ask me.
There are a number of reasons for this weight gain; we spend more time being sedentary in the cold weather, most people feel hungrier during cold weather months, we tend to eat heavier foods, and my own personal thought – we tend to