Blog Archives for tag Gluten Free and More Magazine

#CDAM17 Celiac Disease Awareness Month (1)

Celiac Disease Awareness Month Schedule 2017

As blog posts and Twitter Party RSVPs go live, they will be updated on here with a LINK! Monday May 1st:  Celiac and the Beast Giveaway: Erica’s Favorites GlutenAway Box ENTER HERE – ENDED Gluten Free & More Magazine Twitter Party: Explore Cuisine 5pm PST RSVP HERE – ENDED Gluten Free & More Magazine Giveaway: Explore Cuisine ENTER HERE –… Continue reading »

Surviving the Holidays Gluten Free

Gluten Free Thanksgiving + Gluten Free Christmas

I have been so lucky to write for Gluten Free & More magazine for several years now. Some of my best work has been around holidays, in particular – how to have a gluten free Thanksgiving and a gluten free Christmas – EASY, even out of a box or package. I’ve reviewed so many packaged… Continue reading »

Deviled Eggs Infographic from Delicious Living

Gluten Free Deviled Eggs for Easter

Sadly, I cannot do eggs anymore. I can do them baked, but I’m not sure if I’m willing to give Deviled Eggs a try again – even though they are one of my favorite things to eat. If you can enjoy eggs, I rounded up a few fun and funky ways to make deviled eggs… Continue reading »

Gluten Free More August September

October/November Issue of Gluten Free and More Magazine Out Now!

The October/November Issue of Gluten Free and More Magazine is FINALLY out! I’ve seen many photos of subscribers that have received their issue already. Here are some of the things I wrote in this latest issue: A Slice of Heaven: Recap of the best gluten-free pies and pie crusts. Don’t Miss This: Product Feature –… Continue reading »

Celiac and the Beast Update

BIG NEWS! I just signed on to be the Managing Editor and Digital Content Director for Gluten Free & More magazine. What does that even mean? I’ll be part of an amazing team for Gluten Free & More magazine – the leading magazine in food allergies and sensitivities include celiac disease and NCGS. I couldn’t… Continue reading »