Tomorrow marks the start of Coeliac Awareness Week here in Australia. I’ve collected some fantastic tips for how you can contribute, and you can select from a bunch of awesome banners to download and use as you please to show your support!
Nothing beats fresh pasta. However fantastic the dry stuff is, it just doesn’t come close.
In the midst of Christmas’ cross-contamination frenzy and gluten-laden temptations, Molly from “Sprue Story” puts a wonderfully humorous gluten-free twist on the old classics. I absolutely adore her creativity and talent! Please enjoy: Sprue Stories: The Christmas Edition.
We call them “Peppernøtter” which means peppernuts. They contain pepper and they’re shaped like nuts, so why not.
Thank Heavens – The Gluten Free Lifesaver is 1 year this December, and we’re celebrating by giving away a JUMBO box full of Gluten Free Goodies to our fantastic followers!
We’ve all been there..
(main image source) A while ago I received an email from a lady named Thérèse, asking me to share her story with my readers. This is not a common occurrence, but after reading about her journey I really wanted to pass it on to you guys.
Can you believe it? I’m not sure I can! I certainly consider it a grand complement and a great privilege to be featured as Blogger Of The Month in such an acclaimed and brilliantly successful online magazine as The Modern Womans Survival Guide. I can’t believe they picked me out of all the talented and […]
Even though every day should be a celebration of celiac awareness, the official Celiac Awareness Days around the world are possibly the very best opportunity we have to help the world understand more about the disease, and push development in the right direction. Although we all do our bit to raise awareness every day by informing […]
“I want to do to you what spring does to cherry trees..” (Pablo Neruda)
Last week was declared “pie week” on the Great Australian Bake Off, and nothing could be more Aussie than a good old pie! Just don’t tell an American that.
This is info that we can’t say enough times, and the photo literally says more than a thousand words! Getting Glutened: The Reality.
…that if you follow Thank Heavens on Twitter and Instagram you’ll see things that never reaches the blog. Such as instant restaurant and product tweets, really cool info that I happen to come across, and the odd picture of something awesomely glutenfree -like that insanely delicious chocolate mud cake! Tweet-tweet!
Mother-in-law popped by for a quick dinner-and-dessert visit yesterday, and I thought I’d bake something. I have become “that one who bakes”. I used the to be “that one who brings the fun” and now I bring cake. Not that cake isn’t fun. Just very different fun.
I got glutened last week. Again! And again it happened after what seemed like an endless conversation about pitfalls, followed by nodding and quite convincing agreeance. Never the less, somewhere between waitress and chef the message got lost. Why must it be so hard?
At 00.50 tonight my parents will be touching down on Australian soil for the first time ever. They’re mid-air as we speak, and no doubt dreaming of sunny days and never-ending beaches in the magical land of Oz.
Oh glory, I have found love.. In a wonderful world, far, far away in my wildest dreams, I can pop into a random cafe and pick anything off the menu. I might even have a cold beer with my meal! In my wildest dreams, right? Nope. Not any more!
I woke up completely stressed out this morning, hair in a frenzy and with flustered cheeks. I must have had out-loud heated gibberish discussions all night, as I found myself utterly exhausted and frustrated when I finally woke up.
Ever wished you had a little Gluten Free baking genie to turn to in the flour department?
GlutenFreeGus has made an absolutely delightful list of Gluten Free positives! I adore 🙂 Top Ten Reasons To Go Gluten Free.
Love Pinterest? -I sure do!
Ever longed for a sweet treat but less keen on the calories? This should satisfy your cravings!
Could we really be drinking gluten every day? I’m not a fan of spreading fear, and I don’t want you choking on your coffee right now. I do however believe in making information available so that each of us can form our own opinion. And why shouldn’t gluten find its way into my coffee? After all, it does have an uncanny way […]
(photo credits: http://www.en.wikipedia.org) Could this be the beginning of an easier life for us? Perhaps this is the birth of a long needed commercial interest in our condition? Is this our miracle cure??