Upcoming Events


Fall is back in full swing and I have a whole series of events lined up where I’ll either be doing book signings, cooking presentations, or speaking on panels about specialty diets and specialty diet blogging. To keep you readers in the loop, here’s where you can come see me in the next few months:


On September 21st, I’ll be joining a Frigidaire Kids’ Cooking Academy Save the Children event with Jennifer Garner and award-winning chef Suzanne Goin who are hosting an intimate round table discussion focused on all things holiday including recipes, traditions and managing chaos. They’ll even touch on how to cook enough turkey for all those guests (hint – the new Frigidaire Double Oven Range!). Online, people can check out Jennifer’s tips on holiday entertaining and all the ideas from the round table at Frigidaire.com. For the first 500 visits, Frigidaire will donate a turkey to a Save the Children family, and for every visit, $1 will go to Save the Children to support their US programs.  Plus, visitors are entered for a chance to win a Range with Symmetry Double Ovens from Frigidaire, the new freestanding range that can roast two full-sized turkeys at once. I’ll post more info in the next few days, and will be following up with a detailed blog about the event, and an interview with Jennifer Garner.

Gluten and Allergen Free Expo in Chicago

October 1st, I’ll be doing book signings of The Allergen-Free Baker’s Handbook,  and teaching a Holiday Cooking Class on Sunday, October 2nd (and signing after) at the GFAF Expo in Dallas.

October 23rd, I’ll be Honorary Chair at the LA Walk for Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis , in Santa Monica, where I’ll also be signing books, and walking Please see here for more info.

November 11th-13th, I’ll be speaking at IFBC on the “Removing One Food and Finding Many Others” Panel in Santa Monica,. See here for more info.

Hope to see you at one or more of these events!  All best,


7 Responses

  1. Linda says:

    Your bread recipes look yummy and I would love to try some for my son and grandson but they are also allergic to yeast. Can you offer some possible substitutions for that?
    Thank you.

  2. Cybele says:

    Hi Linda:

    The bread recipes really need the yeast. However, I have lots of quick bread recipes and muffins and scones and biscuits, all made without yeast, that he might like. They are all in The Allergen Free Baker’s Handbook.

    all best,

  3. […] excited to have a lot of fun events coming up. Please see here for the fall schedule, and please come join me at any or all of them.  I’m also about to […]

  4. So excited to meet you at the Dallas Gluten-Free Expo! It’s going to be wonderful!
    Have a great weekend.

  5. Danielle says:

    Thank you for the mention! I need to get back into the kitchen to link up again next week! Everything here looks amazing!

  6. Hey Healthy Apple, I’m really looking forward to the Dallas event. Please come by the book table on saturday and say hi if you have a chance.



    ps, what’s your given name?

  7. Hi Danielle:

    THanks for linking up. Looking forward to seeing more of your recipes!


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