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  • Dear Dude: I Apologize to the Celiac Community
    3 quick Dude Notes before we kick things off today: Dude Note 1: Jennifer’s Way bagels are ready for shipping as of last night. Get em while their hot! Dude Note 2: The new Gluten Dude website will be launching in two days. It’s kinda, sorta, almost ready. Already pulled two all-nighters. Do I hear a third? Dude Note 3: I swear I had three things to say, but now I totally forget the last... read more
    Source: The Gluten Dude
  • Caffeine and the Brain: Part 2
    Did you miss Caffeine and the Brain: Part 1? Read it HERE. In Caffeine and the Brain: Part 1, we looked at how caffeine has become a universal habit and why it can be detrimental to achieving maximal health. We discussed the egregious consumption of a pesticide and stimulant, but how exactly does caffeine work, scientifically, once it gets inside our brain? It acts as a central nervous system stimulant,1 by binding to adenosine receptor... read more
    Source: The Paleo Diet
  • Pulled Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
    Pulled pork is delicious, and there’s nothing wrong with just eating it straight off the plate (or straight out of the oven!). But there’s a reason why pulled pork sandwiches are so popular: sometimes, it’s also nice to have your pork with a starchy, slightly sweet delivery vehicle to contrast... The post Pulled Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.... read more
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  • Review + Recipe Gluten-Free No Bake Cheesecake
    Saturday I made Jon a No Bake Cheesecake with the Mi-Del Gluten-Free Graham Style Pie Crust. The recipe came on the backside of the label and was very simple to prepare. I think the hardest part was refrigerating it for four hours before serving! We kept looking in the fridge, checking on it like it was a turkey with a pop-up thingy to let us know when it was done. It’s finally ready! Fortunately the... read more
    Source: Celiac-Disease
  • Gluten Free Halloween Brownies
    Clutter Of Spiders (Thankfully Plastic)It might seem a bit odd, but these Halloween Brownies started out being developed as Halloween Ghost Meringues. How? You might ask.Well. It all started fine, I separated the first egg by transferring the yolk from shell to shell and letting the white drip into my bowl. As I broke the next one The Persian let out an almighty MWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (for the Pumpkin cooking) and I - in a startled fashion... read more
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  • Lychee Eyeballs and Halloween Cocktails
    Halloween is no time to be subtle! It’s one time where it is entirely appropriate to go over the top and to incorporate creepy, spooky, gruesome, and gross into pretty much everything! And when I say everything, I’m not just talking decorations and décor. I’m also talking food and drinks as well. And I’m talking ice cubes. Who wants to use regular old ice cubes when you can have eyeballs keeping your drinks cold? And... read more
    Source: Simply Gluten-Free
  • Karina’s Roasted Hatch Chile Stew with Sweet Potato, Corn + Lime
    Scrumptious slow cooker stew with roasted chiles, sweet potato and lime Karina's Santa Fe Inspired StewIf you are lucky enough to live in enchanted New Mexico (as we were- a few years back), chances are you worship at the Sacred Temple of the Holy Chile Pepper. During the all-too-short chile harvest season you can smell the intoxicating smoky-sweet scent of roasting chiles everywhere you go. Teasing. Tantalizing. Infusing your daydreams with green chile fantasies.In Santa Fe, roasters... read more
    Source: Gluten-Free Goddess
  • Thick and sticky Salted Caramel Sauce – Easy and Awesome!
    Not much tops a deliciously thick and sticky salted caramel sauce; it is the worlds best combo of sweet and salty! My favourite thing is how it hardens ever so slightly on your ice cream, and then melts in your mouth.. yum!! This recipe is to die for, it is just that awesome -and incredibly simple! Get your vanilla ice cream out; it’s time for some serious dessert magic! You’ll need: 1 cup white sugar 1/4 cup... read more
    Source: Thank Heavens
  • Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup
    Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs - This soup is everything you like about chicken enchiladas, simplified in a bowl. It is an easy way to make a tasty, filling meal with just the right amount of heat. Using the slow cooker saves you time and energy in the kitchen, requiring little prep work for a lot of flavor. Basically, you just add chicken to the bottom of the slow cooker and pile all of your favorite ingredients... read more
    Source: Paleo Grubs
  • Paleo Toasted Pumpkin Seeds, A Crunchy Paleo Snack
    Everyone needs a good Paleo Toasted Pumpkin Seeds recipe to go with the fall season! Did you know that pumpkin seeds contain magnesium, zinc (leave the shells on), have antioxidants, are good for the prostate, regulate insulin, and have anti-fungal properties. Aside from being full of good stuff, they’re delicious if you cook them correctly! I like mine with a golden hue and a slight crunch and crackle when I bite into it. There’s just... read more
    Source: Paleo Effect
  • Gluten-Free Blondies with Chocolate Chips & Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
    Growing up, I spent nearly every weekend with my mother’s sisters – one on Friday night, the other on Saturday. They were childless and apparently needed the giggles, whorls of bouncy blond curls and the swoosh of pink that I could provide. We visited their friend’s homes for tea, shopped for outfits that matched (too much), went to church (they were Baptist, one sang in the choir, and we sat in the front row so I had... read more
    Source: Gluten Free Gigi