If you have been following along you’ll know that I am a batch cooker. It is simply survival; I no longer have the physicality and endurance to cook frequently. So if its not in my freezer or cupboard I wont be eating regularly.(more…)
In my life where nausea reins supreme mild dry snacks must be kept at hand. Other than Graham Crackers I had never had much success.
One day in a fit of desperation I hit up Pinterest and hacked my way through dozens of recipes until I found some common ratios (flour/fat/moisture) and used that knowledge to create a gluten free and (mostly) allergy friendly option for myself.(more…)
When living with multiple allergies purchasing pre-made mixes is difficult. Add to that being gluten free and reactive to common substitutions such as rice and potato it becomes nearly impossible! After Pinterest threw the ever abundant “Two Ingredient Miracle Dough” into my path enough times I decided to take a look and have a go at creating an option compliant to my triggers. (more…)
Despite my gastric woes I still enjoy interacting with food. I make no claims of being formally trained or a “chef”. My kitchen experience began in everyday places. Picking apricots from my Aunties tree to help her make jam, or chopping nuts for Christmas time butter toffee with my Grandmother. My tastes are rather “exotic” by compare to my family so as I grew so did my skills in hunting down and preparing recipes more to my palette. I am not terribly intimidated by experimentation, a good trait considering my adult onset allergies and complex dietary needs.
Even as I am getting through generally the worst gastric period of the year (Summer) I stay busy in the kitchen as much as my body allows. If I’m not in the kitchen I am probably on Pinterest or any number of my favorite blogs and websites. (more…)
Oh blogiverse. Its been a tumultuous time in my world. This year has felt as though my path had been steered directly toward a funnel cloud not knowing what fury it would fling my way. There have been some incredible highs such as receiving my first custom wheelchair (Permobile M300) and deep lows including a rapid physical decline and the death of a dear friend. To sum it up I lost my “mojo” for a while. (more…)