Lunch
Hallelujah Hummus with the Magic Bullet

Hallelujah Hummus with the Magic Bullet

Have you ever had fresh hummus? If not, you are missing out big time. Fresh hummus is light, fluffy, and simply delicious. You can scoop it up with veggies, crackers, pita, or chips while watching football or have it for a quick afternoon snack in the office. It’s a good go-to-dish when you have vegetarians...
Gluten and Dairy Free Leek and Potato Soup

Gluten and Dairy Free Leek and Potato Soup

Roniboy whipped up another amazing dinner last night. He made a gluten and dairy free leek and potato soup that was out of this world. Leeks are not my first option when it comes to eating veggies, but I have to admit this soup recipe was a home run. The recipe is from “Soup Bowl”...
Gluten Free Gazpacho Soup

Gluten Free Gazpacho Soup

Gluten Free Gazpacho Soup made by Roniboy. Thanks to Roniboy I had the most amazing lunch — gluten free gazpacho soup. The first time I had gazpacho soup was with my dear friend, Raquel. She lives in Salamanca, Spain. Salamanca is a very special place to me and one of my favorite places to visit...
Pasta is Back!

Pasta is Back!

It’s a dream come true pasta is back in our cupboard! After trying several different kinds of rice pasta over the past year, we finally found one that tastes like the real deal. It’s called Pastariso Rice Pasta made by Maplegrove Gluten Free Foods. What’s so amazing about this rice pasta is the texture. It...
Gluten Free Matzo Balls

Gluten Free Matzo Balls

Thanks to the awesome Wendy from Girl’s Gone Child Eat Well blog … matzo balls are back! Of course they are gluten, dairy and soy free. Below is her recipe. Visit her site for more detailed directions. Wendy’s Gluten-Free Quinoa Matzo Balls (with nutmeg of course!) 2 eggs, beaten 4 T canola or olive oil...
Gluten-free Dairy-free Stuffed Artichokes

Gluten-free Dairy-free Stuffed Artichokes

For those that have never cooked an artichoke don’t be intimidated by the spiky vegetable. This recipe couldn’t be easier. Share it with someone special. Ingredients 2 large artichokes 4 pieces of gluten-free bread ½ white onion, diced 2 pieces of celery, diced 2 garlic cloves, chopped 1 lemon red pepper flakes Italian seasoning Salt...
Noodling around

Noodling around

Gluten-free means pasta is off limits, right? Not necessarily. There are rice noodles, which are safe to eat as they’re primarily made of rice flour and water. They sometimes contains tapioca or cornstarch to improve texture. Rice noodles, being an age-old staple in many Asian cultures, are really not even an alternative to what many...
Amy's Burrito Takes Flight

Amy’s Burrito Takes Flight

Traveling from one place to another can be stressful especially when you can’t have certain kinds of foods. Before boarding my flight to Boston, I pulled out a frozen Amy’s burrito that is organic and dairy free. Standing in the middle of a fast-paced food courtyard, I picked a restaurant that didn’t look to busy....
Savory French Lentils

Savory French Lentils

In my recent post “Got Beans?” I promoted a more planned approach to beans. However, I sometimes still want a last-minute legume-based meal. That’s where lentils come in. They don’t need to be soaked and typically cook in about 20 minutes. My new favorite varietal is the French or “Puy,” a small blue-green lentil. To...