This simple balsamic white bean dip was a huge hit at our team potluck this year. Easy to make in your food processor and allergy-friendly! Win, win!
If you’re looking for a way to shake up a weeknight dinner with some different and bold flavors then this is it! My salmon curry recipe is easy and d’lish.
Earlier this month on Facebook I asked the following question:
Have any of you (or someone you know) been able to stop taking some prescription meds after making a change to your diet? If so, I’d love to hear about it!
To help ring in the New Year, we invited our (mostly Charlotte-based) blog team and their spouses over for a pot luck dinner on Saturday. Oddly enough though, the fun began weeks before anyone even arrived. As we started talking food details for our get together we quickly realized, in total, our group deals with quite a list of food allergies and aversions. And if we wanted a meal that everyone could eat we would have to adhere to the following list of (combined) constraints:
No pork, beef, or lamb (only chicken or turkey)
No seafood other than shrimp
Now it’s not very holiday-esque, but I have learned from cooking for another friend with gluten and dairy allergies…Asian cuisine is totally the way to go. Between the coconut-milk based sauces and dishes served over rice, the options are almost endless. So since I offered to provide the main course (and the alcohol!) I ended up settling on the below Green Curry Shrimp dish served over brown rice and topped with steamed sugar snap peas.
Did you know that food intolerances affect approximately 10% of Americans, whereas food allergies are thought to affect 4% of teens and adults and 5% of children?
Have you noticed lately that everyone seems to be avoiding certain foods for one reason or another? Maybe it’s food allergies or intolerance or perhaps just a dietary preference.