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Feb 09 2011

Hearty Tomato, Sausage and Bean Soup

Published by under Gluten Free Recipes

My Grandma Carole has been ordering me a Canadian Living subscription for the past few years – and I have to say they have some mouthwatering cover recipe photos! When I’m waiting in line at the grocery store, I’m totally like “I MUST BUY/EAT THIS” and Stef reminds me that this issue is sitting at […]

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Feb 08 2011

Split Pea Soup with Bacon (take two!) – Lower Sodium Version!

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So my Dad loves split pea soup. LOVES it. I have such happy memories of devouring the Habitant-brand French Canadian Pea Soup with Ham, full of lard and salt and…holy frak – check out that sodium! According to the nutritional declaration, the French Canadian Pea Soup with Ham packs a whopping 870 mg of sodium […]

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Feb 07 2011

“Two Gamers Chili”

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Another favourite winter meal for me is chili – especially vegetarian chili. A large soup pot filled to the brim with chopped vegetables, thick and hearty, fragrantly spiced with chili and cumin powders, chipotle and jalapeno peppers and sweetened with sweet potatoes and butternut squash…it is absolutely heaven! Not that I’m averse to meat – […]

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Feb 06 2011

February!? Also Dairy Free Hot Chocolate!

Published by under Dee Thoughts,Gluten Free Recipes

WOW February already. Where did the past week and a bit go? Well I was sick (for one), and then busy (two) and (three) my Dad developed Bell’s Palsy (viral-induced paralysis of the left side of his face) so I have been busy all weekend making him soup/chili/stews that are full of healthy, organic vegetable […]

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Jan 26 2011

Deviled (Devilled?) Eggs

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Apparently it is spelled both ways. Either way – they’re a delicious gluten-free/dairy-free/soy-free snack (or lunch addition). (OK really they’re great anytime!) And boy – did I ever have a craving last night, which left me boiling eggs at 9:00pm as soon as I finished doing the dishes. FIRST – how to boil eggs (this […]

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Jan 23 2011

Curried Tuna Salad

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OK so I had some serious curry cravings the past week – leading up to a curry party tonight at Kitten’s place (of “In the Kitchen with Kitten” – see my blogroll!) but since Stef was like “We’re not making curry until Saturday” I had to fulfill it in other ways. I was also craving […]

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Jan 22 2011

Mango Avocado Salsa!

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OK so I made this SUPER delicious mango avocado salsa tonight and I had to share the recipe! It was loosely based around a few different recipes & tempered with the food that was in our fridge (somewhat haphazardly!) Really like anything – tailor it to what *you* like. I mean, if you have avocado, […]

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Jan 19 2011

Gluten Free Snack Idea – Salt & Vinegar Kale Chips!

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OK so I’ve made kale chips a few times using different recipes, but I *finally* found the right amounts for the olive oil, apple cider vinegar and timing! I also used coarse kosher salt which added a nice crunchiness to the chips! Dee’s Salt & Vinegar Kale Chips! 1 bunch of kale 2 tbs. apple cider vinegar […]

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Jan 17 2011

Gluten Free Snack Idea – Spiced Pecans

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So what exactly do gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free diet people eat for snacks?  Well, one *could* buy the white-rice flour cookies/crackers/crap they sell in the stores. (but ew! hello empty calories and cardboard flavour!) Personally, I prefer to stick to naturally gluten-free foods (like fruits, veggies, hummus, pesto, nuts etc.) I really like nuts, but I’ve been having […]

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Jan 10 2011

Bückstabü Lentil Soup!

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SO here is my first lentil recipe because I have become lentil obsessed lately…they are just SO DELICIOUS! I have been using a couple of different types and making lots and lots of soups! (It’s winter here in Toronto – and though we just *finally* just got our first real snowfall of the year this […]

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