Month: January 2014

Multi Grain Gluten Free Bread

Today is my Blogversary. Three years ago today I started Gluten Free Zen. What better way to celebrate than with an excellent gluten-free bread? Gluten free has come a long way since I kicked it out of my diet several years ago. Remember what…

Beef Bone Broth

You may remember a post from a few weeks ago where I touted the benefits of bone broth. In that post I used our leftover turkey carcass from Thanksgiving. Since then I’ve used that turkey bone broth in all kinds of dinner dishes and…

Be Aware of Lyme Disease ~ Part II

In Part I of Be Aware of Lyme Disease I gave you a basic rundown on what exactly Lyme Disease is and how it works. I also shared my weekly symptoms with you as they mounted before treatment and my symptoms after the first wave of…

Everything In Its Place ~ My Corner Of The World

Good morning! What did you have for breakfast? I’m always curious about what kinds of foods people start their days off with. I prefer dinner leftovers, but since I put the remainder of the lasagna I made in the freezer, I had to settle…

Simple Sea Salt S’Mores

These delightful little cookies are incredibly easy and have all the factors necessary for the perfect treat. Sweet, salty, chocolately, crispy, and gooey.  They are best eaten on day 2 when all the flavors and textures have had a chance to settle down and…

Alysia Marie’s Famous Kale Salad

While we were in Washington State we were able to travel 3 hours from our home town to Walla Walla, WA to visit with Tony’s sister and her family for a night. It was such a wonderful visit! We weren’t able to see them…

Be Aware of Lyme Disease ~ Part I

Lyme disease is a bacterial illness caused by a bacterium called a “spirochete” and it is a bacteria and an illness that can wreak havoc in your life. photo courtesy of WebMD In the United States, the actual name of the bacterium is Borrelia…