Monthly Archives: October 2010

Living Gluten Free: What is Gluten Intolerance & Celiac Disease

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What does it mean to be Gluten Free? What is Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease? Listen in as Mary Blackburn from EasyGlutenFreeLiving.com answers all of our questions and gives us a Beginner’s Guide to Gluten Free Living, geared specifically for families new to gluten free living and friends and family members who need to understand the importance and naunces of eating gluten free for those who are gluten intolerant

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Where Have I Been? The Ball Park

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So, October didn’t turn out exactly as I imagined. I had asked Jennifer Tankersley to do the Holiday Planning guest post series, with the complete intention of blogging along side her and sharing my thoughts on the topic, and well… …

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Holiday Planning: Fabulous Food

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Next in the Holiday Planning series, Jennifer Tankersley reveals six steps to stress free holiday meal planning.

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Holiday Planning: A Festive Fortress

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#3 in the Holiday Planning guest series by Jennifer Tankersley A house is more than a home.  It is a fortress, the place where we snuggle in with our loved ones and feel safe and secure.  During the holidays, our tiny kingdom …

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Holiday Planning: A Focus on Family and Friends

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#2 in the Holiday Planning guest series by Jennifer Tankersley When you conjure mental images of past holidays, they are likely centered around family at the table, friends around a tree, or folks bundled up and gathered together for various celebrations.  Though …

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