The flavors of these two beans subtly complement each other, like the visual effect does. Whether they’re the whole or cut version, they’re one of my husband’s favorites.
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Posted by Pat Yarbrough - March 27, 2010 at 8:51 pm
Categories: Dinner Menu, Vegetable Dish Tags: celiac, celiac disease, food allergies, gluten intolerance, Gluten-Free, gluten-free green and yellow beans, gluten-free green beans, gluten-free recipes, gluten-free yellow beans, green and yellow beans, Wheat-free
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We normally try to eat on the healthy side of average, which means lean meat and plenty of vegetables. Once in a while we get a taste for a hot dog, but the chicken/turkey/pork varieties don’t satisfy that taste. Lean beef hot dogs do, so I’ll share that with you… … Recently we had some Hebrew National franks, which are one of the gluten-free brands we like. For information on Hebrew National labeling about gluten, look here. For the Hebrew National franks site, you can look here. Since the franks are already cooked, you just need to simmer them in a covered pan with a small amount of liquid until heated through. That liquid can be water, or it can be […]
With low-fat, nutrition-packed ingredients like scallops, carrots and spinach, this is not only healthy but tastes amazingly good.
Quick and easy, this main dish can be put together almost without thinking, so it’s good when you’re rushed and don’t have a lot of time to focus on cooking. It’s versatile, too, since it goes as well over rice or mashed potatoes as it does over a hoagie roll or steamed asparagus. Chicken with Mushroom Gravy (Quick and Gluten–free) 2 Pounds Boned and Skinned Chicken Breast Halves, or “tenders,” frozen 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 2 Each Chicken Bouillon Cubes 2 Cloves Garlic, minced 1/2 Teaspoon Basil, or other herbs, optional 1/4 Teaspoon Pepper, freshly ground 18 Ounces Mushroom Soup, Progresso or other g.f. Heat oil in skillet. Add chicken; brown on bottom, then turn. Add garlic and pepper; cover […]
One of my husband’s and my favorites is this healthy, flavorful version of minestrone.
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Posted by Pat Yarbrough - February 11, 2010 at 8:09 pm
Categories: 30 Minute Meals - Quick and Easy, Casein-free, Dairy-free, Dinner Menu, Egg-free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Lunch Menu, Meatless, Mediterranean, Soups, Wheat-free Tags: celiac, celiac disease, coeliac, dairy-free, egg-free, food allergies, gfree, gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity, Gluten-Free, gluten-free nutrition, gluten-free recipe, gluten-free recipes, Lactose-Free, Wheat-free
It’s hard to say which is the better part of this combination, it all goes together so well. On the day before Thanksgiving, I like to eat something both easy and healthy. Tomorrow I’ll be thinking more about traditions than about being strictly healthy.
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Posted by Pat Yarbrough - November 25, 2009 at 2:04 pm
Categories: 30 Minute Meals - Quick and Easy, American, Dairy-free, Dinner Menu, Egg-free, GI - Low Glycemic, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Carb, Lunch Menu, Nut-free, Refined Sugar-free, Salads Tags: celiac, celiac disease, food allergies, gluten intolerance, Gluten-Free, gluten-free recipes, Wheat-free