Archive | March, 2012

Potato and Tofu Hash

Potato and Tofu Hash Recipe

I was recently on a 2 week vegan trial run, so you can bet I was cooking up all sorts of new dishes.  Tofu is something I had never even tried until I was in my early 20’s.  Once I had tasted it, I knew it was something I was going to use in my […]

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Asparagus and Mushroom Sauté Recipe

I have become quite the fan of vegetable stir-fry and sautées lately. They are both great for getting large quantities of veggies into the diet without much effort. Since mushrooms and asparagus are two of my favorite cooked vegetables, I thought I would share this quick, easy asparagus/mushroom sauté for all those veggie lovers out […]

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Gluten Free Restaurants in NJ – My Top 5

Ah, New Jersey. Those two little words create such a wide variety of responses when you ask people what the state means to them.  Some people will think fondly of the beach, some people will think of gambling/AC, and others might just grunt and call it a dump.  But regardless of how it is viewed […]

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GF Chicken Salsa Recipe

I have posted many recipes on my blog in the last month, but I just noticed that none of them are really “easy” meals. Most of them require 10+ ingredients, and many of them also take over an hour to make. Well, to combat this, I thought I would post a few gluten-free recipes that […]

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Are Fritos Gluten Free?

Fritos are one of the most popular chips out there today.  These lovable corn chips are available in every grocery store and gas station you will ever come across.  Produced by Frito-Lay, there are now many different flavors of Fritos outside of the classic Original Corn Chips. One of my favorite snacks to include in […]

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Is Kraft Parmesan Cheese Gluten Free?

Kraft Parmesan Cheese is an immensely popular product that is mainly used in pastas, salads, and chicken dishes.  Kraft has been producing their ever-popular Grated Parmesan Cheese since the 1940’s.  In the late 1990’s, they added another popular product to their line – Shredded Parmesan. Although a number of gluten-free eaters are also dairy-free, I […]

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