Story time! It’s a bit of a long story with lots of little details that matter, but I’ll try to keep it short because P A E L L A . Early last year, 2014, Mike found himself with an ear infection that just wouldn’t go. One thing led to another and he… Continue Reading
If you haven’t tried making my Simple Socca recipe from the other week, you may want to now. This next recipe uses the melt-in-your-mouth, chickpea flatbread as delicious, gluten-free pizza base.
4 from 1 vote Print Roasted Red Pepper Sauce Prep Time 20 mins Cook Time 30 mins Total Time 40 mins Gluten Free + Vegan Course: Pantry Staple Cuisine: Mediterranean Keyword: roasted peppers Servings: 8 servings Calories: 73 kcal Author: Sarah Ingredients 3 red peppers cut in half and seeds/stems removed 1 red onion… Continue Reading
In honor of Coeliac Awareness Week, I wanted to post at least one gluten free alternative to a popular comfort food. Enter: Gluten Free Toad in the Hole. What’s more traditionally British than sausage and Yorkshire Pudding?
Today marks the first day of Coeliac Awareness week. Despite the growing number of gluten free food products that we find walking up and down store aisles, many people still don’t realize that Coeliac Disease is not a food intolerance, but a serious autoimmune disease. I also just learned today that it is ME/Fibromyalgia Awareness… Continue Reading
Socca is a simple chickpea flatbread that’s naturally gluten free and vegan. It’s easy, customisable and made from essentially 3 ingredients! The pictures for this post has been updated 26/8/16, but this post and recipe remain the same. What is Socca? In Italy it’s called farinata ‘made in flour’ and in Tuscany it’s called cecina ‘made… Continue Reading
Creamy Basil Avocado Dip made with avocado, lemon juice, garlic, tahini, sea salt & fresh basil. | Gluten Free + Vegan + Paleo This Basil Avocado Dip is so good I had to post it again! I originally shared this dip back in the early days of my blog – back when I didn’t know how to… Continue Reading
Let’s be honest. Eating clean isn’t always easy. It’s easy in theory, but in practice it can feel more than a little bit overwhelming – especially if you try to make too many changes at once. Every so often I get asked by someone with newly discovered food allergies for any tips that I could… Continue Reading
There is a running joke between Mike and I that I don’t actually speak English, I speak American. I say joke, but I’m pretty sure he is about 98% serious when he says that. Usually this debate pops up whenever I say basil pronounced with a “bay” sound and not a “baz” sound. See also… Continue Reading
English weather is a mystery to me. This morning as I was taking Stan on his morning walk, I had a hoodie, a jacket, a hat and in desperate need of some gloves. It’s what I used to call “smoking weather” when I was much younger because you can see your breath when you speak,… Continue Reading