So I guess I’m back in Iowa and I’m also back to eating eggs. The two seem totally unrelated and they are, but that’s what’s going on in my life right now! My husband and I decided to move back to Iowa to be closer to my parents. I mentioned in a previous blog that my mom has been sick. She is currently on a ventilator and at a skilled care nursing home. We are working on her getting off the ventilator so that she can come home. Since we've moved back to Iowa, she has made great strides and it looks like that is a possibility for the near future!
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
I'm always looking for inspiration for low-FODMAP recipes. I subscribe to Cooking Light magazine and it has proven to be one of my favorite recipe resources. It's true that there are some recipes they feature that I can't tolerate, but when I come across a recipe that I can adapt, I get really excited to share it with my readers. This Sesame Noodle recipe is a great example.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
I love it when I come across a recipe that is already low-FODMAP. This Lemon Herb Quinoa recipe from Food.com is perfect. Flavorful, easy to make, and easy on the belly. Plus, it uses ingredients that I usually have on hand: quinoa, parsley, lemons and dried herbs. It all comes together in a delightful combination.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
I'm far from being a professional chef, but I'm a decent cook. And I'm a darned good baker. I think any decent cook should have a simple, but satisfying roast chicken recipe in their repertoire. It doesn't have to be their own recipe. For years I used Ina Garten's recipe. Well, I've been working on my own recipe for the past couple of months now and I think I finally have it down. A roast chicken that I can call my own and use again and again.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Now these cookies are a little healthier than the Oatmeal Raisin Cookies I posted last week. There is no sugar added. Just the sweetness of the bananas is all that is needed. A great option if you are avoiding added sugars. If you are on social media at all (Facebook, Pinterest) you've probably come across several versions of this recipe. They are very popular because of the "guilt-free" and "no sugar" aspect. Food.com has a recipe as well (pictured below): Flourless, No Added Sugar Oatmeal-Banana-Raisin Cookies.