• Tonight I just didn’t feel like cooking much, so what’s a girl to do? Eggs, the easy, delicious, and comforting fallback. Scrambled with Kerry gold swiss cheese, minced jalapeno pepper, sauteed onions, S&P (of course) and served with green tomatillo salsa drizzled on top. Oh yes, and rice bread from Sugar Kisses Bakery in Royal Oak, Michigan. And a lovely cup of tea with honey. Quick and satisfying on a cold, New England night.

    I’ve been busy adding links to my list….other wonderful food blogs, not necessarily gluten free, but still lovely to read, delicious sounding recipes, and great pictures.


    What a fun hobby this has become!
    • Tania

      Hi, Ellen!

      I’m so glad you stopped by my blog, because now I’ve found yours. You’re a talented writer, and I’m enjoying poking through your archives.

      My heart went out to you when I read your first post upon starting your blog. I cannot imagine the challenge of a restricted diet for someone who enjoys food as much as we do. I wish you all the best as you learn to manage your condition AND please your palate.

      I will be returning!

    • Ellen

      Hi Tania,

      Thanks for the quick reply! It is challenging, only because there is gluten hidden in so many foods. But there is so much to choose from that eating at home is actually not a problem. The good thing is that I’m cooking up a storm, and that has been quite satisfying. I’ll keep checking your blog; in fact, I’m going to try and make the Masala Chai right now!

    Previous post:

    Next post: