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Dear Willing Cook Readers, This post has been a long time coming. I’ve not really been putting it off, I just haven’t sat down long enough to compose it. As you may have noticed (or not), I haven’t added any … Continue reading
A friend recently asked me what gluten-free flours I would recommend to a newby. She is choosing to eat more gluten-free foods, so it’s not out of necessity from an allergy or celiac. She was in the grocery store when … Continue reading
It is with great honor that I introduce to you today my blogging friend, and hopefully real life friend someday, Kelly of The Nourishing Home. Kelly focuses on cooking real food that is often free of gluten and is very … Continue reading
Dear Friends, I am embarking on a new venture here at The Willing Cook. That is, I’m in the process of writing an ebook, as in, I’ve already started writing it. I was going to keep it a big secret … Continue reading
When I cook, I do my best to reduce the amount of clean-up I have to do afterwards. I like to cook, I don’t like to clean. I’ll change up recipes or cut corners in order to avoid the clean-up. … Continue reading
Have you found a restaurant that meets your family’s food allergy needs? The quick answer: “No, not really.” Restaurant menus are changing these days to keep up with the new gluten-free rave (it has become somewhat of a rave for … Continue reading
Back in April, I posted how to remain allergy safe for Easter. I’m going to post some of the same ideas and add a few more that are specific to this socially-heavy holiday season. The most important piece of advice … Continue reading
Do you remember the days growing up when your parents were worried about razor blades in apples? If you were given an apple, it went straight in the trash, even if there were no knife marks! Or candy that was … Continue reading
When people first find out about the food allergies in my home, they respond in astonishment, How do you cook anything? You must have to do a lot of extra work! My response is usually the same, It’s not too … Continue reading
A friend recently posted on The Willing Cook facebook page (you should become a fan if you’re not already) the following question: I would love some help on how to find EASY dairy free meals/snacks for a 1 year old. … Continue reading