|The esplanade at La Defense, the business district of Paris|
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Did you know I also have a blog dedicated just to travel? Come visit me at Gluten Free Family Travel and get great tips and ideas for your next gluten free trip! Here are a few more of our recent outings from around Paris.
Monday, April 27, 2015
The perfect dessert for the whole family. I say you use it to taunt those people who like to complain that gluten free food is dry and tasteless. Just kidding. Kind of.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
The kids are still on Spring vacation here in Paris, and we're heading to Spain for the week. This week's meals are some tried and true favourites that are like always, gluten free & simple to put together.
Don't forget to click on the link of any title in RED to go to the detailed recipe.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
As you may know, after moving to Paris at the beginning of the year, I started writing about our travel experiences on Gluten Free Family Travel, and I'm excited to meet some other bloggers and travel professionals who work in the industry. The conference fell smack-dab in the middle of school holidays here in France, so we decided to make a family vacation out of it.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Last week I posted a few pictures from some playgrounds we've been to in the last few months, and this week I'm adding a few more! Happy Wednesday!
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|My son on top of one of the many giant wooden play structures at a park in Nice, France|
Monday, April 20, 2015
Eventually I began to appreciate the way my dad could take one basic salad recipe and modify it so many different ways to keep it fresh and new. Back then, the basic recipe was tomatoes, red onion, cucumber, parsley (or basil, or mint), olive oil, vinegar, and a bit of salt and pepper.
We liked to dip our bread, but if the day-old bread was really hard it got ripped up into pieces and tossed into the salad.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
We're lucky to have weekly markets close by so that we can get fresh fruits and vegetables year round. This week's meal plan takes its cue from the flavours of Spring!
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
As the weather gets nicer and the kids are outdoors more and more, here are a few shots of a few cool parks we've been to in the last year.
|Perhaps the biggest slide I've ever seen! At the park in the Botanical Gardens in San Salvador|
|Green Space, different play areas for different age groups, walking paths, and more at St. Perine, Paris|
|Toy boats, picnic areas, and huge playgrounds at Jardins de Luxembourg, Paris|
|This adorable play structure in Provence, France|
Monday, April 13, 2015
You don't have to worry about that with this soup! Start with pureed carrots, and the hard work is already done for you. This soup is ready as soon as it's heated through, making it perfect for those nights you're in a rush or don't feel like cooking.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Every Saturday I'll be posting 5 weeknight meal ideas that are gluten free and easy to put together. They're all meals that we eat at my house and that my two young boys enjoy.
If you're looking for more ideas, please click on the meal plan tab at the top of the page to access my archives dating all the way back to 2011.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
This week I wanted to share a few photos of some of the fantastic gluten free food we've found in Paris. Who says it's not a gluten free friendly city?
|Loaf of gluten free bread purchased at the Marche Gros|
Monday, April 6, 2015
Never mind all that. Crepes are seriously easy to make. Easier than pancakes even because you don't have to worry about under cooking them and ending up with an uncooked center. They batter doesn't need to rise, so there's no messing around with baking powder or other leavening agents. I don't even bother to let my batter sit. I mix it up, drop it into the pan, and cook.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Saturday, April 4, 2015
If you would like to access previous plans, please see the Meal Plan tab at the top of the page.