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Gluten-Free Pizza Recipe

Class-Vegetable Calzones, Apple Turnovers with Vegan Pie Crust and Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread

October 10th 6PM-8:30PM   Join Dr. Jean Layton at the Bellingham Cordata Co-op to create vegetable filled calzones with gluten-free wholegrain pizza crust dough (both with and without cheese); apple turnovers with vegan pie crust ; and cinnamon pull-apart bread. Each recipe will use whole grains rather than gums to create the desired fluffy and […]

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Cooking Sunday -Bread, Soup and friends

Last Sunday I got a chance to cook with a woman I have known for years. We have many aspects of our lives in common, but haven’t had a chance before to just hang out and have fun. We share a common bond with our twins. Mine are 10 year old girls, hers are 20 […]

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The search for the Starbucks GF Cake

Like lots of folks who follow the wonderful world of gluten free blogs, I have been wondering about the new Starbucks Gluten Free Valencia Orange Cake. That a major company would find it a good thing to bring out a new category of treats in these economic times is impressive. That our collective voices would […]

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Gluten Free Camps for kids

With summer plans already filling our calendar, I’ve been thinking about the limitations food allergies can cause for a child interested in going to summer camp. Although my summer camping experiences as a child were all about my family, I love the choice to send the kiddos off to enjoy all that summer camps are […]

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What to do on a flood day? Make Pudding!

Bellingham has been in the news lately. Not necessarily as a wonderful green city that is thriving in this economy but as a community under water. Check out this video to see how Sudden Valley has been this week. While we are dealing with so much water, I have neglected this blog. Luckily our home […]

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Cream Hill Estates

Cream Hill Estates My mom always said that if something was made with oats it had to be healthy. Sometimes that was the rationale for cookies for breakfast, occasionally it explained the box that lived in the car. Most of the time, it was simply the acknowledgment by my registered nurse mother that oats are […]

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Places to Eat GF in Bellingham

After reading a comment from a woman who will be traveling to our wonderful town this summer, I realized that I have never dedicated a whole post to GF dining in Bellingham. While I’ve mentioned various stores and restaurant before, I wanted to comply my thoughts in one post. What follows is the list that’s […]

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Circles of Friendship and A new(ish) Book that everyone should know about.

Bellingham is a small community, the kind of place where you find yourself bumping into the folks you know over and over on a Saturday’s errands. You know, you meet someone at the Farmers market, then again at the Coop and once more at Terra Organica and even at the library. Funny how folks seem […]

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New classes and an apology

I know that it has been far too long since my last post. Nothing quite like the rush of the holidays to fill every available minute of the day. December has always been a busy month for my family. My dad’s birthday was the 19th, mine is the 24th and now my daughters is the […]

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Dream Dinners, The Easy Entree and Classes

Yesterday I taught my most recent class at the Community Food Coop. This one was gluten free turnovers with yummy vegetarian and meat fillings. We had a lot of fun putting together pasties, pirogies and empanadas. I say we, but only 5 people came. Want to know why? Cause we scheduled this class opposite the […]

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Bellingham Kid’s Fest Saturday August 4th

Bellingham is a wonderful place to raise kids. There are an abundance of activities for all interests and ages. Saturday 8/4 from 11-3pm is one of those events. The Bellingham Parks and Recreation department creates a wonderful free event each year on the shores of Lake Whatcom at Bloedel- Donovan Park. There are musical performances, […]

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ROCK-Raising our Celiac Kids Support Group

Our Group is six months old this meeting! Join us to celebrate and have some gluten free chocolate cake. I’ve recieved donations of mixes from Sylvan Farms, Cherrybrook Kitchens, and Kinnickkinnick foods and look forward to a taste test. Gluten-Free Support Group Meeting Saturday June 16th 1-3pm Community Food Co-op Connections Building1220 N. Forest St […]

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