Cate’s Corner will be a monthly series where Cate shares her experiences of growing up with celiac disease and how she manages it as an active college student. Here is the first installment of her story… My name is Cate and I was diagnosed with Celiac when I was two years old.
A gluten free pizza crust unadorned with typical pizza-type toppings is actually a culinary canvas awaiting creation! While we certainly love and appreciate the faithful delivery our gluten free breads and pre-topped pizzas have to offer, there is something quite wonderful about having a multi-purpose gluten free product ready to be converted into whatever your palate […]
Celebrating the last big holiday of the summer calls for a party. Hosting a gluten free Labor Day party is easy and no one will miss the gluten. A few simple gluten free food ideas and tips for serving them will have your guests returning for seconds. There are so many gluten free alternatives to […]
Healthy living tips are vital in today’s rising rates of overweight, obesity and different kinds of food allergies. It’s crucial that when you pack your child’s lunch box, you ensure that it contains all nutrients. Note that, approximately a third of nutrients taken by your child in a day is in the lunchbox you pack. […]
Back to school Already? Get their mornings starting right with some yummy treats to pack into their lunch boxes. These delicious treats will become a regular favorite; your children will not be able to wait to eat. These roll ups are unique because they made with Three Bakers Gluten Free White Bread, stuffed with fresh […]
If you suffer from celiac disease, you may have wondered at one time or another where in the world it came from. How in the world did you get it and is it hereditary? Well, statistics say that approximately three million people in our country suffer from celiac disease, which means that this disease affects […]
Some more s’mores please! Who remembers the taste of that sweet, chocolatey, roasted marshmallow treat sandwiched between two graham crackers you made, as a child over a crackling campfire? You probably still make them with your children now. Well, no need for an outdoor campfire To make these summertime favorites. For National S’mores day I […]
Awareness of food allergies is on the rise and wheat allergy is at the top of the list. The availability of wheat free food products makes dealing with an allergy to wheat more manageable. How do you know if you have an allergy to wheat products? Know the symptoms of an allergy to wheat.
Buttered Lobster Roll or Lobster Salad Roll? This is how I describe these two delicious, but very different New England Lobster Rolls. The traditional Lobster Roll is warm lobster meat soaked in butter and served on a buttered, grilled hot dog bun. This style lobster roll was said to have been originated in a restaurant, […]