Lasagna is the ultimate comfort food. It’s the perfect combination of cheese-y, carb-y goodness. It’s only real downside is it’s typically lengthy prep and cook time. Before I found this recipe, lasagna was reserved for weekends in our house.
I get this question a lot. And until a few weeks ago, I was never really sure how to answer.
… There was that one time I took a sip of a beer when I thought it was cider, but other than that I haven’t knowingly digested gluten since being diagnosed with celiac disease nearly six years ago.
Maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle involves more than just eating gluten-free. Other factors come into play – such as, lipstick.
The thought alone of cheesecake makes me drool. It’s just one of those desserts I love. But who am I kidding? I pretty much love all dessert.
Leaves are changing. Air is getting crisp. And fall fashion is out in full force. When Schar asked me to be part of its gluten-free S’more Schar campaign this fall, I jumped on the opportunity.
I’ve been asked this question in some form or another by nearly everyone in my life. People are curious. How likely is it that my newborn daughter Calah will end up with celiac disease (aka … “that gluten thing”)?
You’d think hospitals would be among the safest places for gluten-free patients. Think again, my friends. It turns out *gasp* some hospitals are not particularly good at providing gluten-free options to celiac and gluten intolerant patients.
Hey there! It’s been far too long, but I’ve found a few extra moments to sit down and write about what’s been going on these past couple of months. *Happy dance.*
In case you haven’t heard the news …
I’m pregnant – 30 weeks along to be exact!
You can thank my (all-day) morning sickness during the first trimester and exhaustion during the second trimester for the lack of recent blog posts, but here I am early in the third trimester and feeling pretty great.