Gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, yeast, and nut free.
Lots of restaurants serve sorbet—basil, key lime, pear with hints of coriander, lemon, lemon, or lemon. Made from fruit, sometimes coconut, and very occasionally chocolate, plus water and sugar. Sorbet is usually the only dessert option, other than fruit, for those […]
A quick and healthy snack with raw vegetables, or, in place of mayonnaise in salads and sandwiches or even cream cheese with smoked salmon, hummus is one of my go-to foods. Beans […]
I must admit, we’re still in the throes of holiday eating while relaxing for a few days in Seville. That said, the countdown to the New Year has started and like every January for at least the last 30 years […]
Thanksgiving is coming and I am committed to making gluten, dairy, soy and egg-free desserts. I made a quince tart when I arrived in California last week totally jet-lagged. It was delicious but the amount of dough relative to the tart pan I had […]
Ever since I recommended having shirataki noodles with Green Curry Chicken I’ve been craving this dish. Truth is, lots of times I have just used store-bought green curry paste (she said hanging her head in shame). As luck would have […]
My photography stint at Finca Buen Vino, Spain last week has made me a little crazy for all foods Spanish. We did have a bit of chorizo as a flavoring in a bean salad, which was delicious […]
When Tess was little we had a symbiotic relationship with pizza. She ate the center covered in stringy, melted mozzarella and I ate the thick outer crusts she left on her plate. No tomato sauce, vegetables or meat. Just dough and cheese. We called […]
We’re expecting a heat wave in London tomorrow, but judging by the grey sky and chilly temperature, I think a warm bowl of lentils sounds more cozy.
Inspired by my friend Julieta who sent me a similar recipe using split peas, but I used lentils […]
Welcome!Hi! Join me as I chronicle my food intolerant life through recipes I’ve created or adapted, travel experiences, restaurants and nutrition from my newly found perspective.
Welcome to RecipesLots of the recipes you'll find here are things I've been cooking for years and never did contain gluten, casein, eggs, soy or yeast. Then there are recipes that I've adapted using gluten-free flours or dairy free milks and even things to replace eggs. The most challenging have been baked goods. You need to get from "Wow that's not bad," to "Oh my God that's delicious." I'm working on that.