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House Considers Egg Production Rules

WASHINGTON, March 19 (LID) – Bipartisan-sponsored legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives seeks to enact a national standard for the humane treatment of egg-laying hens. House Resolution 3798 outlines a uniform standard to be phased in ove...
by Law & Industry Daily on Mar 19, 2012

House Considers Egg Production Rules

WASHINGTON, March 19 (LID) – Bipartisan-sponsored legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives seeks to enact a national standard for the humane treatment of egg-laying hens. House Resolution 3798 outlines a uniform standard to be phased in ove...
by Law & Industry Daily on Mar 19, 2012

House Considers Egg Production Rules

WASHINGTON, March 19 (LID) – Bipartisan-sponsored legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives seeks to enact a national standard for the humane treatment of egg-layingRead more »...
by Law & Industry Daily on Mar 19, 2012

Sugar-Free Strawberry Smoothies

Spring is around the corner. I can smell dark soil, mud puddles, and gentle spring rains hovering in the air. I saw tiny buds on my lilac bush yesterday (hurray!) and when I look around the yard I find myself actually looking forward to raking, picki...
by Good To Be . . . Gluten Free on Mar 18, 2012

Homemade Ketchup: Fermented & Sugar Free

When Travis and I started our candida diet there was a lot of adjusting to do. We didn't mind life without processed foods, especially after reading (and interpreting) the labels. We'd already been avoiding grains, and the thought of eating steaks...
by Good To Be . . . Gluten Free on Mar 17, 2012

Gluten-Free Biscuits & Sausage Gravy

Okay, we're back from our vacation in paradise, we finally finished our taxes, and I've got a few hours before company arrives for the weekend. . . Life is back to normal and although I'll miss the white sand beaches and some alone with Travis, I'm...
by Good To Be . . . Gluten Free on Mar 17, 2012

Gluten Free Banana Nut Muffins

I have a friend who’s son is allergic to practically everything from eggs, milk, nuts, wheat, and corn. It is quite overwhelming trying to find gluten, egg, and corn-free products much less shop on a limited budget.   I started my youngest on...

Fig, Prosciutto & Pear Salad

I adore figs. I love their colour, their flavour, and their texture. I die for their sensual shape and the way their demure green and purple exterior splits open to reveal a striking red and gold centre. Figs have such a short season you need to gra...
by The Hungry Australian on Feb 7, 2012

Life with allergies is unfair. Yes, I'm having a bit of a rant...

Sometimes even the best 'allergy' biscuits aren't good enoughIt’s easy for me because I don’t have allergies.  See me absent-mindedly throw a piece of cheese into my mouth and watch as I scarf down a buttery croissant glazed in egg.  An...
by Pig in the Kitchen on Feb 1, 2012

Fiery Vietnamese Chicken Salad

After paying homage to the Vietnamese pork roll in my last post about Mini Vietnamese Pork Buns, it’s now time to honour the simple and delicious Vietnamese Chicken Salad (Goi Ga). Vietnamese salads always taste so amazing, and they’re so...
by The Hungry Australian on Dec 30, 2011

Raw Carrot and Parsley Salad

Pizza, pizza and more pizza. That is about the only thing we have seen in Chef Jess’s (my new nickname) kitchen the past couple weeks. I’ve been busy testing all kinds of pizza recipes for my Gluten-Free Pizza Fest event, which will happ...
by ATX Gluten-Free on Jan 18, 2011

Focaccia (B&P42)

For the last three months, we've been living and working out of a temporary home in Michigan. My husband's on location contribution to a project here is nearing it's end. So, we've been trying to cram in all the Great Lakes tourist destinations that...
by Gluten A Go Go on Mar 18, 2010

Ciabatta (B&P41)

Like many people who love to cook, I've got a thing for cookbooks, especially old ones. I go through old bookstores, thrift shops and even the collections of my family and friends looking for old treasures. A while back I checked out the cookery sec...
by Gluten A Go Go on Mar 7, 2010

Rosemary Bread (B&P40)

The beauty of a biga is the rich slightly fermented flavor they give a loaf of bread. The depth of flavor is intensely satisfying when you eat these loaves. The first time I made this loaf, I didn't allow the biga to mature to the full 18 hours. Inst...
by Gluten A Go Go on Mar 1, 2010

Exploring More Bigas - Baking & Pastry Week 20

The Penance Post or How to iPod Your Mom In Six Easy Steps I got caught out the other day and found guilty of not just tuning out my Mom, but iPoding her. I razz my kids all the time about zoning out with their iPods. Honestly, I'm not offended, bec...
by Gluten A Go Go on Feb 25, 2010

Cracked Rice & Potato Bread Made With A Biga (B&P39)

Baby Steps When you first start baking gluten free, there is a steep learning curve while you learn the differences between baking with and without gluten. You take baby steps towards your goal of making edible gluten free food. Then you get the han...
by Gluten A Go Go on Feb 19, 2010

Almond White Bean Lean Loaf Made With A Biga (B&P38)

Quest, circa 1303, "a search for something" (esp. of judicial inquiries or hounds seeking game), from O.Fr. queste (Fr. quête), prop. "the act of seeking," from M.L. questa "search, inquiry," alteration of L. quæsitus, pp. of quærere "seek, gain,...
by Gluten A Go Go on Feb 16, 2010

Almond White Bean Lean Loaf Made With A Poolish (B&P37)

I'm back on the baking trail now that my flours have all arrived. Last week, I was on the hunt for flours when my order went the opposite direction from me. It put a real crimp in my making the January Daring Bakers Challenge. So, I decided to maximi...
by Gluten A Go Go on Feb 7, 2010


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