Monthly Archives: March 2010
You may not believe me, but these brownies are so chewy and gooey inside that you are going to swear that there are eggs, milk and wheat in them! Follow the instructions below and enjoy!
When our daughter was little it seemed as though I was forever on the hunt for meals that would satisfy all three of us. At one point I had a memory of having Schnitzel with my family as a child. I decided to make one up that worked for us. This recipe for Turkey Schnitzel also appears on the Kidswithfoodallergies.org site in the recipe section.
Spring is quickly arriving in the North East and with it our Spring Allergies. I can already hear the Allergic Rhinitis in our daughter’s morning routine which begins with a bevy of sneezing upon waking. After about a week of this, the cough begins, brought on by post nasal drip. It happens every year like clockwork.
Our daughter is now in middle school. Like most kids her age aching to fit in, having to think about and carry an epi-pen is inconvenient, uncool, and unacceptable. Sharing that information (as far as I know) is something that she does not and has not done with her particular group of new friends.
Once or twice a year I indulge in White Rice Hamburger buns from Ener-g (gluten, egg, dairy, nut, peanut free!). I ordered a case this year. They make great buns for Tortas, and, of course, burgers!For those who can’t do catchup (we couldn’t for years due to a tomato allergy with daughter) or mustard (still allergic to this one) a home made bean spread is a great addition to any sandwich.
Photographs from Astro_Soichi An Astronaut in Space (click to see Twitpics)When I came across these pictures (thank you Twitter!) I remembered the story all over again. Perhaps someday our daughter and I will be able to get on our rocketship and go into space for a picnic. But for now, it’s best left to the talented astronauts. Enjoy the view!
This morning I woke up with a strong craving for baked goods, but not something too sweet. I had a leftover sweet potato in the fridge, but it was on the small side….and then it occurred to me…perhaps combined with the Butternut Squash it would become a scone? The question is – is there too much liquid in a cooked butternut squash, would it throw the recipe off?
My daughter has had food allergies from birth. I tried to keep up with her tastes, giving (which meant most often creating) her allergy free versions of many foods.. One day, she asked me what cheese tasted like. (She has also asked me what beef, and peanut butter taste like, much harder to explain.) I […]
I premiered this recipe for Clementine Olive Oile Pound Cake at one of our Allergy Meetings where we had guest speaker Allergic Girl (Sloane Miller) of Please Don’t Pass the Nuts and it was a hit.