“No other gluten-free cookbooks have impressed me this much. This cookbook contains a variety of recipes, well balanced in flavor and nutrition. There is something for everyone from traditional dishes to food-to-go recipes.”
Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking hit the shelves today! I’m thrilled to finally have this book out there after so much anticipation. I want to let you know about a lovely review and giveaway going on over at Gluten-Free Recipe Box. Enter to win a free copy of Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking, and check out what they have to say about my new book. Thanks, Carla! What a great way to debut!
She is giving away a 7-qt bowl-lift stand mixer valued at $549! To celebrate, she is teaming up with 32 gluten free bloggers and featuring a gluten free recipe a day using this amazing machine. This week, she shared her chocolate nutella cake, and features The Freedom Chef’s Easter Chocolate Cake Pop, as well as Hallie Klecker’s chocolate chip cupcakes, and Carol Fenster’s Ginger Molasses Cookies. If that wasn’t enough, feast this Easter on Elizabeth Kaplan’s berry cheesecake tarlets, Valentina Kenney’s brownies, Allergist Mom’s carrot muffins, and Lexie Croft’s gluten free, dairy free, egg free scones! More gluten free KitchenAid goodies next week! Don’t miss out on your chance to win this fantastic stand mixer. Good Luck! Enter by using link above. (more…)
A couple months ago, Jodie Hommer, founder of the Spokane Food Allergy Support Network, gave me one of these amazing bracelets for my son Lennon. Lennon absolutely loved it, and had the best time popping in his allergen indicators. One of the coolest things about this bracelet is its flexibility, and I don’t mean just the stretchy rubber band. I mean, that it lets you change the allergen indicators, based upon the ever shifting landscape of food allergies. For example, in the old days, Lennon had life threatening food allergies to dairy and soy. He outgrew both those allergies by the time he was six, but then developed new allergies to tree nuts and shellfish. (there was also a brief period of wheat allergy and supposedly egg). This bracelet lets you customize your medi alert, over and over again. (hopefully one day, your child will just get to wear the cool orange band, with nothing inserted into it!).
Allerbling has kindly offered to give away THREE of these Food Allergy Awareness Bracelets to three of you readers. All you have to do to enter the drawing is vote for this blog by clicking:
where it’s been nominated as a Top 25 Food Allergy Blog by Circle of Moms, and then leave me a comment below, letting me know you did so. The more you vote, the more times you’ll be entered into the drawing. I really do hope this blog is valuable to you as a Food Allergy Blog. I’m always happy to hear feedback, so let me know what you’d like to see more of, less of, the same of….
Here’s a little more info on Allerbling:
The AllerblingTM wristband is a unique medical ID bracelet, which is customizable by you, at any time, based on your child’s changing food allergic conditions.
AllerblingTM can be your silent partner that informs and reminds others about your children’s food allergic condition.
AllerblingTM… raising awareness of children’s food allergies…one wrist at a time.
The Full AllerblingTM Kit includes 1 small and 1 large band, 8 food allergy charms, and 1 medical cross charm.
For more info: www.allerbling.com
I will announce the winners 1 week from today!