After eating without thinking for four decades, suddenly the word Coeliac entered my life, which in turn brought two other words. Gluten. Free. This blog tracks my personal food journey and experiences. I hope you enjoy it.
Monthly archive March, 2011
Toko

Toko

The amazing light in the Toko bar. Last night my girlfriends and I headed to the Hills (the Surry Hill) and visited Toko for drinks and dinner. The place was pumping when we arrived – completely full with a long wait for a table. But we were determined to wait...READ ON»
Yes that’s a Death Star watermelon.

Yes that’s a Death Star watermelon.

I love Star Wars. It was one of the first movies I ever went to see (along with ABBA the movie and Xanadu). The Death Star terrified me when I was a kid. This version is a nice, happy, seedy one. I take my hat off to whoever made this....READ ON»
Let them eat cake.

Let them eat cake.

So I tend to veer away from making cakes these days, as my non-gluten free cake memories are still intact. I really should get more adventurous, and cast aside my preconceptions – as this orange and almond cake is beautiful. And gluten free. It was made for me as part...READ ON»
Can’t we just eat them  now..

Can’t we just eat them now..

I made them wait until I took a picture. Mean mum of the year award. I am no Martha Stewart at the best of times, and certainly no gluten free Martha Stewart. So these cupcakes come out of a box and can be made and iced within an hour. Yep....READ ON»
Real pizza. For real.

Real pizza. For real.

The Corner House in Bondi makes gluten free pizza that is so good it could pass as normal pizza. I say that because my friends have eaten it accidentally and not been able to detect anything Coeliacy and suspicious. It is definitely the best gluten free pizza I’ve eaten so...READ ON»