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Baked Spaghetti Squash

Baked spaghetti squash is a great replacement for pasta! It surpasses corn pasta (or any gluten free pasta) in how it tastes and makes you feel. It’s light, delicious, full of vitamins, and effortless to prepare. The BEST thing about spaghetti squash as a gluten-free alternative, is that once it’s roasted, the fibrous, crunchy strands… Read More


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Gluten Free Crab Rangoon

I made a delicious and super simple gluten free Crab Rangoon recipe on New Year’s Eve. I wanted to make something light with not a lot of prep needed. An appetizer to wind down the holiday season of festive meals, and loved by all. Crab Rangoon is a long time favorite of mine. I thought… Read More


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Gluten Free Fare with Modern Flair

Every once and awhile it happens. The planets align. Peace, harmony, quality, elegance and gluten free all together at once. I’m talking about Dorsia, a one of a kind, family-owned Italian restaurant. Nothing says Italian food like pasta, however Dorsia isn’t your typical neighborhood Italian bistro. This little gem serves up gluten free fare with… Read More


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Favorite Fall Kitchen Staples

There’s no elaborate plan necessary for easy vegetarian meals and snacks. And once you’re stocked, you’re golden. There are all sorts of varieties and SO many ways to eat them, it never gets old! Vegetables are incredibly healthy and low in calories. They taste best—and usually cost less—when you buy them in season, but frozen… Read More


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Dinner En Pointe

When the weekend arrives, I’m ready to get down to business. The business of recharging! High standards for cold drinks and healthy, gluten free goodness is where I’m heading, and sitting outside on the Pointe is dreamy, fun and makes me happy. Come to think of it, it’s my happiest hour. Any time you can… Read More


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Avocado Treats

What do most people think about in late October? Cooler weather, changing leaves, Halloween and the World Series! It’s a little different in South Florida. There’s a slight shift downward in temperature and we still love the World Series, but for us it’s the Fall baitfish run and the end of hurricane season, with a… Read More


gluten free crab cake stuffed portobellos recipe

Crab Cake Stuffed Portobellos

I pulled out an old standby Crab Cakes recipe and tried two new types of wine last week. The old with the new; all taste tested and passed with flying colors! I painted my own gluten-free spin on an Old Bay classic and made these Crab Cake Stuffed Portobellos by adding chopped sweet onions and… Read More


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Life Is An Edible Adventure

Mellow. Chill. Easy Like Sunday Morning. Calm. Zen. It’s well established that I love the peaceful, light and simple. And I love food. Getting dressed up for a special dinner is incredibly lovely—and I can transform easily—but my comfort level is somewhere between margaritas, tacos and a BIG bowl of soup. I prefer an outdoor… Read More


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Go With Your Gut

Eating lots of fiber-rich foods is good for your gut, and the good news is whole grains are hardly the best source of fiber around. Most high fiber foods are found in legumes, fruits and vegetables—all foods that are naturally gluten free. I recently read on Medical News Today that a 2015 study suggests there… Read More


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Cooking With Unconscious Competence

Someone I met on my recent boat trip explained the Conscious Competence learning model to me and then my son Doug mentioned it in an interview, so now it’s crossed my path twice in one week. It got me thinking of the whole gluten free diet and what I’ve learned from my initial diagnosis to… Read More