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99 Bank a 100% Gluten- free restaurant
After a long pause on social media, I’m pleased to announce the opening of 99 BANK. An eclectic restaurant located in New York city’s West Village offering an entirely gluten-free menu. My business partner Michelle and I would like to … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient® Pear, Burrata & Walnut Salad
The star of this salad is the Anjou pear. These pears are extremely juicy, with a hint of citrus, perfect for salads. Ingredients. 1/2 a peeled Anjou Pear thinly sliced 2 cups wild baby arugula 1/2 a ball of burrata … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient ® Saffron, Shrimp Risotto
Ingredients 1 cup Arborio rice ( I use Lundbergs. Always check to see where the Arborio is manufactured to ensure no cross contamination has occurred during packaging. ) 4-5 cups homemade chicken stock ½ cup dry white wine 2 shallots … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient® Keeping your kids safe this Halloween 2014
Halloween is a very exciting time to be a kid and a very scary time to be a parent of a child with Celiac or food allergies. I have fond memories from my childhood of going trick or treating until … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient® Gluten-free recipes Turkey Chili.
Great Chili is a must have at any Super Bowl party. This is a delicious recipe that goes perfectly with BARD’S Sorghum malt gluten-free beer! Your gluten-free guests will love you for serving this winning combination. Ingredients: 1- … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient® Gluten-free Lentil Soup Recipe
Homemade soups made with fresh stock are highly nutritious and a great way to stretch your food dollar. This is a simple inexpensive and delicious lentil soup recipe. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1- 1 cup of uncooked organic lentils ( … Continue reading
The Gluten Summit
This is a week long summit with a wide variety of specialists and it’s free! If you, a friend or family member have Celiac Disease or if you are newly diagnosed and confused, you should definitely tune in to this … Continue reading
Fresh Herbs, harvesting, drying and storing.
This past summer, I decided to try to disconnect from the electronic world we live in and reconnect with the natural world around me. I spent as much time as I could outdoors, took trips to the beach with my … Continue reading
May is Celiac Awareness Month!
Celiac disease is one of the most prevalent autoimmune disorders in the world. More Americans are living with celiac disease than with any of these chronic illnesses – Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, Parkinson’s disease, cystic fibrosis, lupus, epilepsy and rheumatoid … Continue reading
The Missing Ingredient Gluten-free Pear Clafoutis
Watch the episode “Cooking with Kids- Risotto and Pear Clafoutis” while you cook! This is a great winter dessert. Clafoutis is traditionally made with dark cherries but you can use any seasonal fruit to make a great dessert such as … Continue reading