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Some Patriotic Eats

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It’s another long July weekend for us here in Canada and all our American cousins in the US–yay!

Happy “I Love My Country” Day to both of us! 😀

For those of you looking for summer/ buffet/ BBQ/ patriotic/ festive recipes for your long weekend, here are some of […]

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My Way of Eating*

*[Not to be confused with Morris Dithers’ answer in this classic SCTV skit.]

[The main course table from my recent holiday potluck with nutritionist friends, clockwise from top left: [out of the photo–Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts]; Southwest Brown Rice Casserole with Beans [white bowl behind cutlery]; Tempeh-Brown Rice Curry […]

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A Gluten Free Holiday IV (Side Dishes): Rutabaga Gratin

[This week’s A Gluten Free Holiday (the fourth installment of this event that Amy created) is hosted by Diane at The Whole Gang. You’ll probably remember Diane’s “30 days to a food revolution“–she even got Jamie Oliver involved! Diane’s theme is sides and main courses today, so hop over to her […]

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Join Us for. . . A Gluten Free Holiday!

I’m so excited to be able to share a yummy, healthy, gluten-free holiday with you all this year!

Anyone with food allergies or other dietary restrictions for health reasons (such as my lovely ACD, for instance) knows how important it is to serve holiday foods that are both safe […]

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Anti-Candida Update: Holiday Edition

I rarely post non-recipe entries these days, but with the holiday carousel already well underway (the HH and I will be attending our first party of the festive season this weekend), I wanted to share some thoughts about the holidays, anti-candida style.

[ACD-Friendly Holiday Nut Roast with Smoky Almond […]

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Bittersweet Salad with Apples and Dandelion Greens

Why, oh why did I choose Sundays? What was I thinking? I must have been on a chocolate high at the time and totally out of it. Otherwise, why on EARTH would any sane person choose Sunday morning to track her weight loss (which, at this point, is actually a misnomer; for, […]

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Remembrance of Foods Past

As our man Marcel so eloquently illustrated, it’s pretty much natural for most of us to be flooded with sensory memories when we inhale the aroma of some beloved or long-forgotten food–images come flooding back as quickly as a montage in a rap video.

The scent of hot chocolate? Of course: that was studying […]

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A Joy: Pot Luck Club

I’m still quite new to blogging, and I certainly proved it last evening. At my house was a group of six amazing women–three whom I met at my nutrition school, one from a long-ago volunteer gig, and the last as a participant in one of my (now defunct) cooking classes–and each brought at least […]

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Food and Warm Fuzzies

After a couple of weeks of planning and looking forward to a visit from my younger sister (we can call her the CFO), the trip was cancelled as of this morning because of the nasty storm on its way, and a forecast of 65 cm. (that’s about 26 inches) of snow they’re expecting in Montreal. […]

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