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We worked out this dairy-free, gluten-free stuffed turkey recipe to make sure our highly-restricted baby could be included in Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts.  Best of all, it turned out to be a delicious meal for even our no-restriction friends.  And the gravy is thick and creamy - yet gluten- and dairy-free!
Published in Main Courses
When you're starting a top-8 elimination diet, you're probably going to have to make a trip to the grocery store - or several.  Unfortunately, most of the snacks and treats in your pantry are likely to have one or more of the now-banned ingredients inside.  Here's a grocery list to get you started with common foods you will likely need to replace, along with some suggested alternatives to look at.
While it’s not the worst elimination diet we’ve tried (!), getting your head around the idea of knocking out all 8 of the top food allergens at once is overwhelming to say the least.  By and large, eliminating just one ingredient isn’t so bad – but eliminating a whole bunch of them at once is a whole other story.  Here are some tips to get you started.
So your doctor has told you to go for the big one: eliminating all of the top-8 allergens from your child's diet or your own.  You have our sympathies – we’ve been there.  Take a deep breath, make some room in your pantry and resist the temptation to panic.  You will eat, and eat well – and we’re here to help.  Let’s start with the basics.
Thanksgiving at our house just wouldn't be the same without my mom's acorn squash - decadently sweet, and ridiculously simple to make. Although it takes a little while in the oven, it's easy enough to throw together that it works for workday dinner as well.  And like most things drenched in maple syrup, a pretty easy sell for the kids, too!
Published in Salads & Sides
This chunky chicken salad makes a great side-dish, or you can put a scoop on top of salad greens and call it an entree.
Published in Salads & Sides
With the brilliant pinks of the watermelon, the reds and whites of the radishes, and the bright greens of the kale and jalapeno, this salad is as colorful for the eyes as it is surprising for the tongue.  Combining the hot and sweet flavors of summer make this an infinitely refreshing side dish that's particularly good with the richer summer flavors of grilled meats.
Published in Salads & Sides
This is one of those salads that's so ridiculously easy to throw together that it works equally well for lunch on the run and a crowd-pleasing side dish.  Just don't forget to multiply the directions - it was devised as a working-from-home-lunch-in-a-flash so the quantities are just for 1 person.
Published in Salads & Sides
This rich dessert pizza was inspired by the fresh lavender that grew in my California front yard.  The pizza's whole-wheat crust is an earthy surprise under the rich sweetness of the toppings, but it would work equally well with a gluten-free crust as well.
Published in Desserts
Hot cocoa - one of the most painful casualties of my dairy-free war.  This one is a rich, thick cocoa with a little bit of a bite thanks to the crystallized ginger - in the vein of Mexican hot cocoa.  Enjoy!
Published in Beverages
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