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.
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Gluten free bread from the Healthy Chef

Gluten free bread from the Healthy Chef

A friend got me onto a fantastic site recently. It’s called The Healthy Chef, by Teresa Cutter. It’s now in my top ten favourite list, and I am cooking my way through her healthy and extremely tasty recipes. Last week I cooked her gluten free bread, which is predominantly made...READ ON»
Cannellini beans - on the side

Cannellini beans – on the side

This was one half of our dinner last night. The other half were pork chops, but I think we over-cooked them. So this post is just about the half that worked – the cannellini bean half. These beautiful beans are cooked up with capsicum and spinach, and are a great accompaniment...READ ON»
Corn cakes for kids

Corn cakes for kids

I’ve been making these for the kids on and off over the past 6 months – as a corn reinvention. They pretty much always get eaten – by both parties which is great as one won’t normally touch corn. Then I discovered I really like them too, so I’ve just...READ ON»
Brown rice congee - a great breakfast

Brown rice congee – a great breakfast

Since my Coeliac diagnosis, I’ve become a brown rice convert. Which I’m quite happy about, as I tried for years to like it, and failed. I’m a bit behind the eight-ball, as many of my mates have been eating it for years. Somehow my brown rice liking gene has become activated,...READ ON»
Mother's Day breakfast

Mother’s Day breakfast

Mother’s Day. I love my mum. I also love being a mum to my girls. They are just getting old enough now to fully grasp the concept of doing good stuff for yer mum on this particular day of the year. I’m not certain their heartfelt offerings will extend to cooking...READ ON»