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Of all the baked goods I miss on my by now ridiculously-restricted diet (low histamine, no gluten, dairy, egg, soy, nuts, safflower oil or most fresh fruits), scones are the worst.  So here it is, perhaps the concoction I'm most proud of: a crumbly, sweet yet tart, freely-edible for me scone!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
The holy grail!  A low-histamine, soy-free and gluten-free ribs recipe!  Not only that, some say pomegranate seeds actually have anti-histamine properties.  And oh - it's really good to boot!
Published in Main Courses
This is a top 8 allergy-free version of the traditional dish - easy to prepare and we never have leftovers!
Published in Main Courses
Eager for a quick-and-easy, yet top-8 allergens free dessert, we stumbled into the perfect accompaniment to vanilla coconut milk ice cream.  Rather than fight the inevitable 'coconut-ness', we rolled it into a warmly comforting, tropics-meets-cozy treat.
Published in Desserts
This recipe was inspired by some phenomenal Swedish Oatmeal Pancakes we experienced out in Northern California. We'd brought home a bag of the mix, but before we had a chance to make it we learned that we needed to cut all gluten, dairy, egg and soy out of our family diet.  When I found my wife standing in the garage where we'd exiled all of our banned foods for the trial period of our new diet, I decided to experiment a little. I think these top 8 allergen-free pancakes turned out pretty well. A family favorite and Saturday-morning tradition (well, it was until the baby tested highly allergic to bananas - oh well...).
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
This stew of tender veal and spring vegetables is as impressive-sounding as it is easy to prepare.  The perfect dish for entertaining, it comes together quickly and then bakes quietly in a dutch oven while your guests arrive.  And even better - it doesn't have any of the top 8 allergens, including gluten!
Published in Soups & Stews
This easy recipe was inspired by the excellent borscht our landlord's babushka (Russian for 'grandmother') made for us the summer we lived in Crimea, Ukraine.  Although you could certainly make a vegetarian version, our babuschka was quite insistent that "borscht isn't borscht without meat" -- much to our vegetarian flat-mate's chagrin!
Published in Soups & Stews
These are fun and easy to make, and they are finger-licking good too! Beautiful enough for a fancy dinner party, and simple enough for a weeknight side-dish.
Published in Salads & Sides
A fresh, super-easy alternative to cranberry relish for your holiday turkey, or to jazz up a lamb or other roast.
Published in Condiments & Sauces
This easy recipe is great when you've got a crowd coming because the seeds and the carrots can be prepared in advance, and then the carrots can go in to bake while your guests arrive.  Serve your seeds on the side if you think one of your guests has a spice or seed allergy, or for kids with a picky palate.
Published in Salads & Sides
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