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April/May Meal Plan

Every weekend I take my kids to a trampoline center to burn off their excessive energy and still be able to conserve my own meager energy. Energetically, we are a spectacular mis-match. I set myself up at a table, grab … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Teriyaki Chicken Wings

These are good, if you like that sort of thing.  Apparently, just 2 of the 5 of us like it, but we like it A LOT. I started with 3 lbs of wings, trimmed off the tips, snacked on 2 … Continue reading

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Adopt A Gluten-Free Blogger: Real Sustenance

In an effort to be more, I dunno, engaged in the blogosphere, I signed up for Adopt A Gluten Free Blogger hosted by Sea at Book of Yum.  I chose Brittany Angell’s Real Sustenance, which has a boat load of … Continue reading

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Tomatillo Chuck Roast

This is more method than recipe. I make this about once a month and portion off the leftovers for easy re-heating. It makes the best tacos and it’s perfect with mashed cauliflower. I’ve also been putting a dollop in my … Continue reading

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Not-Paleo Tortilla Chicken Soup

This week I’m trying something new, revolutionary even!  I’m cooking from a meal plan.  I know!  Me!  I’ll let you know how it goes.  Today’s menu item was “something something crock pot.”  My challenge was to scrounge through the freezer … Continue reading

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Not-Crab Cakes and Zucchini Fries

We made it through Christmas without going too bananas on sugar. I did learn that my boys are decidedly sensitive to it and everyone is happier and life is easier (and way less dramatic) when they don’t get any. I’m … Continue reading

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Low Fuss, Low Stress Gluten-Free Holiday Meal

My kids are not “holiday ready.” Disruptions to the routine + intense anticipation + heightened sensory stimulation + extra treats = disaster.   And that’s Mommy.  Throw some ADHD, ODD, and a soupcon of stress-triggered seizures into the mix and … Continue reading

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