I was chatting over email with a friend the other day (seems to be the way so many of my chats go nowadays) about how we’re so busy, we sometimes buy stuff–stuff that we really intend to use, stuff that we actually really need–and then, because our schedules are […]
My, it feels as if it’s been a while since I’ve posted something new! Here at the DDD household, 2012 is off to a fairly slow start. I had fully intended to post this recipe last week, but was sidelined by a wiley sinus infection that has had me drinking ginger tea, irrigating […]
[Carob Chai Latte]
Happy Monday, everyone! It’s also the beginning of the final month of the year–a perfect time for some announcements and updates (plus a request for your help–see last item in this post!). With so much going on here at DDD these days, I thought I’d take the opportunity […]
Welcome to Week 2 of A Gluten Free Holiday 2011! Last week, Amy kicked off the festivities with Seven Tips for Healthy Holiday Baking. This week’s topic is “Thanksgiving Favorites,” hosted by Kim at Cook it Allergy-Free. Hop over to Kim’s blog to see what favorite she’s sharing today […]
I grew up in a home where my two sisters and I learned to bake before our birthdays hit the double digits. Before we learned to read, before we wore a training bra, before we could drive a car, we were baking. As young as four or five, we’d be enlisted […]
[Sometimes, you just want to eat something now. I’ve decided to offer a mini-post every once in a while, for a dish that comes together incredibly quickly or else is so easy to make that no recipe is required. Here’s today’s “Flash in the Pan.” (For other FitP recipes, see “Categories” at right).]
*Or, Thanks, Michael Ruhlman (for the rule, man).
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[Millet, buckwheat, oat and bean flour with chopped pears and cranberry compote]
I’m all about freedom of choice.
While my dad […]