29 Jun 2017
fourth of july gluten free recipes

Is there anything more fun than a summer gathering to celebrate the independence of our great nation? There’s just something about a warm evening, family, friends, food and fireworks. Kids running around with sparklers, the grill at full capacity and lively conversation. We love this holiday! In celebration of our 241st birthday, we have rounded […]

15 Jun 2017
kentucky hot brown recipe

What is a Kentucky Hot Brown?  The Hot Brown Sandwich was originally created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.  In the 1920’s, the Brown Hotel drew over 1,200 guests for dinner and dancing.  By the wee hours of the morning, guests would make their way into the restaurant for a bite to eat and the Hot […]

12 Jun 2017
is celiac disease life threatening

By now you likely know that celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder caused by damage to the lining of the small intestine. This damage occurs when the specific substance, gluten, is consumed. Found in rye, wheat, barley and even some oats, gluten attacks the lining and prohibits the intestine from performing its necessary job of absorbing necessary components […]

07 Jun 2017
gluten free nibbles

Summer is here! It’s time for barbecues, beach vacations, and taking the kids to the water park. When you’re busy enjoying all the outdoor activities summer has to offer, you’re going to get hungry. You probably want something salty or sweet. If you or your child has celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity, there are so many […]

06 Jun 2017
philly cheese steak recipe

A Cheesesteak is sautéed ribeye steak with melted cheese, in a crusty Amoroso roll.  The steak is thinly sliced and grilled with your choice of veggies.  The original cheesesteak sandwich was first created without cheese in the 1930’s, but later cheese was added.  Serious steak connoisseurs prefer Cheese Wiz on their cheesesteak however, Provolone and American Cheese is often […]