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As I've said before, our pediatrician suspected that my son had food allergies almost right away. He had severe eczema, breathing problems and vomiting. Though she wanted to wait to test him until he was two, he had already gone to the emergency room several times, and she didn't think we could wait to get more information. She referred us to a local allergist when he was around one year old.
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> My friend, Alisa Fleming from Go Dairy Free, has written a comprehensive book for people who eat dairy free. Not only are these recipes dairy-free, but most have been tested with gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free options, too. I have really been enjoying cooking from this cookbook. I made a batch of the Rich Thai Dip, but I omitted the
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> I love homemade gifts for the holidays. I make a variety of craft gifts (jewelry, belts and soap) and food gifts, too. I like to give tins of cookies and candies to friends and neighbors. A gift that I'm giving this year is homemade Chocolate Date Spread. It's delicious, different and a little healthier than most goodies from this time of
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> I have a confession. Even though I sometimes write out a shopping list, I often don't, and when I do, I frequently leave it at home. That means that I end up buying more of some things than I need.  Every fall, I find myself picking up one more can of pumpkin when I'm at the store. What to do with the extra pumpkin after the pies are all
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you read this blog at all, you know that I LOVE pumpkin.  Just can't get enough of it.  Sometimes I use canned pumpkin puree.  It's easy, and it's readily available.  I can keep a few cans in my pantry for whenever I need a fix of muffins, cookies, pudding or pie.
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you read this blog at all, you know that I LOVE pumpkin.  Just can't get enough of it.  Sometimes I use canned pumpkin puree.  It's easy, and it's readily available.  I can keep a few cans in my pantry for whenever I need a fix of muffins, cookies, pudding or pie.
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> The holidays are coming! That means pie. Lots and lots of pie.  In our family, we make apple pie, pumpkin pie, vegan pumpkin cheesecake and usually another chocolate dessert. At least. Maybe more. Pumpkin pie is one of those desserts that can seem tricky to make if you need to avoid common allergens. This pie takes out the allergens, but
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> Dates are one of my loves. I keep pitted deglet noor dates in my freezer and grab one or two when I need a sweet treat. I make date paste to use as a sweetener in baked goods and homemade ice creams, too. I also make a killer chocolate sauce with dates that I'll share with you soon. Dates have a naturally caramel-like flavor. That
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> I started working on Welcoming Kitchen donuts many years ago, when I realized that my at-the-time 5-year-old son had never eaten a donut! Now, we eat yummy chocolate-glazed donuts whenever we need a donut fix. For this fall favorite, we were inspired by a recipe in Food Network's magazine and came up with another great donut to add to
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<!-- Please call pinit.js only once per page --> Sweet and tangy, I love baked beans! I know they're not for everyone -- in fact, my kids are not fans, but I think they are absolutely wonderful.  Homemade baked beans are so easy that there's no reason to open a can of vegetarian baked beans if you need a hearty addition to your Labor Day barbecue. They are a great dish to bring if you
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