Holiday traditions are great, but sometimes our current situations inspire creative — and energy-saving — solutions! Continue reading Holiday eating with sensitivities, v. 2021
Here’s a Halloween public service announcement: Treats do not agree with every child. And it might not be just about the sugar. Continue reading Treats that trick
Sometimes it’s fun to go back to the beginning. Here’s one of the first versions of masala chai I experimented with back in 2007 or 2008. Continue reading Make your own masala chai
Matrimonial bars are basically the un-Christmas cookies … but sooo good. Continue reading Undercover Christmas cookies
In 2020, regular days are worth celebrating — and why not celebrate with some easy homespun sushi? Continue reading MacGyvered sushi (recipe)
If you suspect food sensitivities affect your child (or self … or other family member … ), our current sequestered state offers opportunities for exploration. Continue reading Cabin fever or a food sensitivity?
Our Thanksgiving Family has shown that with a little communication and planning, everyone, even sensitive eaters, can enjoy — and feel good — around the holidays. Continue reading Holiday potlucking–with sensitivity!
Thank you to Linda Nixon, who took up the challenge issued at the end of “The Weekend of … something really different” and found additive-free marshmallows that I can get shipped to our home! (For a price, of course … 🙂 ) Introducing, XO Marshmallows! The ingredient list for their vanilla marshmallows is truly a Thing of Beauty. For winning this challenge, Linda will receive … Continue reading Found: additive-free marshmallows!
In this ninth installment, I offer a quick recap of the lessons learned in our family’s quest to bring peace to our home and share a surprising place where food additives lurk. Prepare for irony. Continue reading The irony of additives
In this eighth installment in our family’s quest to bring peace to our home, I share a hypothesis — that food additives help cause our son’s window of stress tolerance to close. Continue reading Opening the window