So, stay tuned for more gluten free recipes and tips on local restaurants in the Washington DC area! We hope to post at least once every two weeks, and eventually get up to one post a week.
See you soon!
Steve and Carlyn
I've always liked to cook, and people seem to enjoy my food. I usually make things up off the top of my head and don't write down recipes, so this is for everyone that asks me how I make what I make. And, because I have celiac disease, everything on here is gluten free! Enjoy!
Congratulations to you both. I have been married to the love of my life for many years, and every day together is something to celebrate. I wish you both every happiness and all the joy that life can hold. My husband can eat gluten, but chooses not to, which makes life much easier. How awesome is that?!
How exciting! Both on the marriage and the blog! :-) Having a gluten-free household makes life so much easier. I look forward to your posts. Congratulations to you both on your marriage!
I've had good luck with sticking to corn, potato, rice, and tapioca, as my main gluten free diet ingredients. First I found some starches to be gluten intolerance free but then found out it depends on the type of starch. So many things to keep in mind…
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