Short ribs have a huge WOW factor – always a plus when you are trying to impress. But they take so little effort it is almost embarrassing. Almost.
Hotel Chains I’ve written in the past about the many choices we gluten-free travelers now have when it comes to picking a travel destination. In fact, no matter where your heart longs to take you, chances are you’ll be able to find safe gluten-free options for meals whether you cook in, dine out, or take […]
It was my dear friend Jude’s birthday this month, and I decided to throw a little dinner party for her and our closest friends. Restaurants are great but honestly, there is nothing like having a group of great friends around your dinner table eating wonderful, home cooked food.
At past dinner parties I have thrown
Hitting the Slopes in a Gluten-Free Friendly Western Ski Town There’s nothing quite like spring skiing out West. The temperatures are tolerable, there’s a great base of snow built up on the slopes, and there’s even a good chance for some fresh powder, too! With our boys’ spring break falling in March this past year, when ski resorts are […]
It’s finally time to pack away those bulky sweaters, coats, and boots that have been in regular rotation the last few months and dig out our shorts, swimsuits, and flip flops from their long hibernation. Our new wardrobes will, however, reveal a bit more of our bodies than those cozy sweaters and boots ever did. […]
Labor Day is coming up and this signals the end of summer. The weather may not change right away, but the state of mind does. School goes back into session, all that remains of summer vacations are tan lines and a big credit card bill and in a lot of cases the weekend barbeque ceases to exist for the next