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  • lovebreezy 1 year ago about Easy Cheesy Potatoes
    Please consider adding this recipe to the Velveeta group. You are the only one that can do this since it is your submitted recipe. You'll need to join the group but you can easily unjoin after you add the recipe if you want.
    TYVM
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  • pleclare 3 years ago
    Hope you enjoy...
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  • elgourmand 3 years ago about Olive Garden's Pasta Y Fagioli Soup
    This should work very well indeed. Tks
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  • Good4U 3 years ago about Rice And Lentils
    Nice:) I like the simple but different combo. I will have to give this a try.
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago about Rice And Lentils
    Nice side dish. Onion gives it a savory sweet flavor. Watch your liquid levels. I think it needs more than just to cover.
    See also: Rice And Lentils
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  • ChefMumzie 3 years ago
    Before we had to go Gluten free we always used Broad Egg Noodles, I find they were lighter than using any other pasta. Make it your own, it's so easy to make and change up if you want... I add mushrooms sometimes.
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  • ChefMumzie 3 years ago
    The biggest challenge is shopping... read every single ingredient label, any mention of soya sauce, malt, barley, and wheat ; stay away from. Maltodexterin is OK.... it is derived from corn but can have traces of gluten, and it's been found safe because the amounts are almost non existant. Make your own spice blends, companies tend to use gluten as an agent the keeps the different spices from sticking together. Buy a new toaster, it's the only way to be completely sure there is no gluten. ( or just purchase a 2nd one strictly for you.) ~Tammy
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  • ChefMumzie 3 years ago
    Thank you so much for your comment! It's a tough thing to get used to when you have had Gluten all your life. And being in grocery stores that contains all our processed items surely does not help matters much. Rest assured, there is a wealth of information out there at your disposal. Being that you are in the states, you have a lot more products available than I do here in Canada, so we make our own. The new Betty Crocker® Gluten Free magazine has a lot of great recipes in it that are easy and affordable too. If it's sliced bread you are going to miss the most, UDI's is the best in my opinion, they have a Facebook page as well.
    We too are still quite new to this game since last November (2010), I being a Chef for the last 30 years have learned a lot of knowledge about Celiac Disease, but from a different perspective. Since I have been following the diet with my daughter, I feel amazingly better, not bloated, have no issues with spicy foods and actually feel hungry for the first time in a very long time. I've even been told I look younger!
    I look forward to seeing if my interpretation on some basic recipes, but gluten free as well as my own creations, will be helpful as you and others come to grips with this condition and still eat healthy, wholesome foods, but still have fun with cooking too.
    Passion is what it is all about!
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  • tinadc 4 years ago about Citris spinach salad
    This sounds devine----high 5
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  • pleclare 4 years ago
    Thanks for the invite. Love your butterfly!!
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  • petunia97 4 years ago
    Hey! Thanks for the cooking buddy invite...I'm lookin' forward to sharing recipes with you...have a great day!
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  • barbiemensher 4 years ago
    Welcome aboard!
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