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I love classic north american Chinese Food.  Ever since Amanda's diagnosis of Celiac Disease, we basically only eat traditional Chinese Food restaurants once or twice a year.  Mainly because restaurants don't use a gluten free soy sauce.  When we do eat Chinese Food, Pearl River on 99st in the south has been our go to restaurant that seems to do gluten free best for us.  Other than that, we
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My mother'n'law made these amazing tahini chocolate brownies that she found on www.bonappetit.com We eat tahini a lot for both sweet and savory.  We have a great tahini cookie recipe that we started making after we learned about our daughters nut allergy.  It makes a great nutty type cookie.  So when my mother n law said she made these, I was excited to try and it was amazing.  I asked her
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We recently had a date night at the Hart's Table in the Edmonton community of Riverbend.  This was our first time eating at the Hart's Table.  We thought to give it a try because it is part of the Century Hospitality Group which typically does really well with gluten free dining. Hart's Table did not disappoint with plenty of marked options. The place is pretty small, we recommend making a
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I posted these gluten free cake pops a while ago on Facebook and thought this should be a blog post about making dessert from dessert.  Someone kind of laughed at me when I said my mother'n'law made these pop cakes from left over cake.  Mainly because they couldn't believe there would ever be left over desserts. But guess what when my mother'n'law puts out a spread she puts out a spread! 
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Well that is a wrap to 2017!  But all the shopping and all the eating will continue on n 2018. Because we do save receipts so Amanda can claim the Celiac Expense for the gluten free foods purchased, it allows us to see how much we are actually spending on gluten free foods and where we are shopping for some of these goods. We certainly shop at a lot of places during the year!  In total we went
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2018 is just around the corner and Amanda has finally discovered Pinterest.  I basically manage our blog and our social media, and yes, we do have our own Pinterest board, but since Amanda has chosen to stay far away from most of the social media stuff, this is pretty new to her. She recently had a "where have you been all my life" moment with Pinterest trying to find meals that we can make or
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There is a popular saying in life that nothing is certain in life but death and taxes.  Lets talk about the latter. I talk about taxes every year and I'm probably not going to be saying much new, but some may not know that if you have a Celiac Diagnosis, there is some medical expenses you can claim every year. Revenue Canada has changed their website this year, so they no longer have a page
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WestJet's got game! I can't say I fly many different airlines.  So I really don't have much to compare too except for what others have commented to me about.  But apparently, WestJet is a super hero when it comes to flying and needing an on board gluten free snack. In the past couple years, I've flown Sunwing twice for vacation, and WestJet, maybe 5 to 6 times. During my recent flights I
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We recently traveled to Mexico.  This was not our first trip to Mexico by any means. It was not even our first time travelling outside of Canada seeking gluten free eats.  But this trip seemed a bit different.  Eating at resorts in generally can be a daunting task.  Food at resorts is always hit and miss.  Then through in the curve ball of eating with a dietary restriction in a buffet situation
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I am not going to lie, Dollarama is one of my favourite places to shop in general.  I get lost in all the knick knacks tat can be found.  Sometimes really poor quality, sometimes good quality. The City Centre Dollarama in downtown Edmonton was closed for a year as the mall went through renovations and the Dollarama had to be relocated and rebuilt to make way for expanded underground parking.
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