Feeding a crowd on the cheap!

Now, feeding a family or even worse, hosting a party or other gathering with a large number of people can be hard. I want to let you know I fed 10 people with leftovers for less than $65. We had red beans and rice, shrimp creole and rice, and Against the Grain Bread.

My Daughter’s Birthday & a Celiac Dilemma

My daughter’s birthday is today and she is awesome!

Normally, we go out to dinner to the restaurant of her choice. However, her favorite restaurant is one that has ZERO gluten free options. It is an Italian restaurant and we all know that I avoid Italian restaurants and pizza joints like the plague. This causes me a great deal of concern because she is young and without any food restrictions. Is it fair of me to deny her favorite restaurant because I cannot eat there? Should I make her think of others when she is trying to have her family birthday party? Is it ever okay to be selfish? These are all the big questions that I think about when dealing with this disease and my family.

Latiglutenase Update

Latiglutenase and CypCell Update!


It is a great time of year to make resolutions. I have several for this year, but they do not involve food.

Fried Chicken at a Baby Shower

I ate gluten free fried chicken at a sit down baby shower luncheon! Don’t avoid social situations, embrace them. You never know what might happen!

More Celiac Research in 2020

Hope everyone had a great time over the holidays! I’ve seen lots of heartbreaking posts about holiday meal miscommunications –…

NCGS vs Celiac

What is the difference between NCGS and celiac disease?

Poo Talk….

I’m going to talk about my bathroom habits and how they have changed over the course of the last year. If you don’t wanna talk about poop – this may not be the article for you!

Call to Action – Gluten in Medication!

Call your Congress Member regarding the Gluten in Medication Disclosure Act of 2019!

Hopes for celiac disease

So, I started thinking about what I would like to see done in celiac research and drug development over the next 5 years. I want a new diagnostic test, better monitoring tests, clearer refractory celiac diagnostic processes, and a cure. Let’s explore each of these!