Like a lot of people, we get up early on Christmas morning and gather around the tree to open presents. It takes us hours! So of course we need sustenance to get us through until we gather for a big Christmas breakfast. I squeeze fresh orange juice (Santa always leaves oranges in our stockings), make coffee and tea and always, always have a gluten-free nut bread to nibble on during
If you are having house guests for Thanksgiving weekend then chances are you are most likely going to have to feed them something besides left over turkey, especially for breakfast. No matter what anyone says, they really will eventually want to
Please let me introduce you to my guest host for today, Britt Hodges. Britt is the creative mind behind the lovely blog G. F. in the City; her gluten free life in The City – capital T capital C – New York City (being a city girl at heart stuck in the sticks, I am pretty jealous right now).
If you have yet to stop by
As I write this post I’m mad at my husband and I am upset. I am not upset because he is a treacherous, horrible person, because he is not. I am not upset because he committed some heinous transgression because he didn’t. And besides he is not stupid, I write a blog – why would he do something bad when he knows I would write about it for the