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Posted on September 11, 2009
Detritus from the NYC book party for The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook (Mueseli Bread, fresh figs)
Last night’s book party, consisting of friends and colleagues, was absolutely amazing.
It was held at Alex and Kenny’s gorgeous apartment in Manhattan. Alex is a dear old pal of mine from college; she and her husband Kenny were quite gracious in throwing such a lovely party for me. It was more than wonderful to connect with many friends old and new and to use my ... read more →
Posted on September 10, 2009
Another night another book signing. Hooray! This one was also super fun with a steady little trickle of people popping by the gorgeous Babcock Galleries in midtown Manhattan.
I want to give a huge thank you to John and Marylyn who arranged this event for me! They have been super supportive about any and every aspect of my book, encouraging me all along the way. Thanks so much to two of my favorite people.
Sara posing with my book by a sculpture ... read more →
Posted on September 9, 2009
Well, book signing #1 went very well last night here in NYC at Friedman’s. A steady trickle of people popped in for the lovely little event.
So many thanks go to Kelly from celiacchicks.com for making the arrangements for the evening. She is just fabulous! I also want thank the lovely Vanessa at Friedman’s for inviting us into her gorgeous space.
Kelly from celiacchicks.com on the left, and Bernice from wheatlessandmeatless.com on the right.
It was a lot of fun to see people ... read more →
Posted on September 1, 2009
photo from dynamist on flickr
I’m heading out to New York next week for some fun book related events where I’m hoping to meet some of you! I have 3 signings scheduled at the below venues and an intimate party of close friends and associates that a dear friend from college is throwing for me at her apartment.
I would like to give special thanks to Friedman’s (looking forward to doing a signing in their super cool space at Chelsea Market, where ... read more →
Posted on August 18, 2009
Below is a list of my favorite restaurants in Boulder Colorado. Every week or so, I am asked by readers about good restaurants here in Boulder that will cater to special dietary needs and work for those eating gluten free.
Keep in mind, these restaurants for the most part do not have dedicated gluten free kitchens, or even gluten free menus. They are simply restaurants that I go to that have great, fresh, wholesome food (well, at least the restaurants listed ... read more →
Posted on August 12, 2009
One of my projects this year has been getting “Operation Hen House” up and running. With the completion of our house for the hens in the side yard and the screened in chicken run attached to it, we became the proud “parents” of 5 teenage chickens. They have not yet begun to lay.
All credit for Operation Hen House, goes to the amazing Patrick, who built the house and its accompanying screened in yard and helped me with a bunch of ... read more →
Posted on August 5, 2009
Hi there. I’d like to take some time to answer several of the interesting questions that are left in the comment section of this site. Here goes…
Storing Gluten Free Bread
Mollie left this question on the Flax Focaccia Becomes Parsely Bruschetta Post:
Q. I made this bread yesterday and having been eating it with some homemade dairy free pesto. Delicious!! Just one question – how do you store it?
A. Storing breads is easy and significantly extends “shelf life.” After baking the bread, ... read more →