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Marks and Spencer's Free From Range review

It's safe to say that one of the best suppliers of gluten free convenience products of late is Marks and Spencer - from their wonderful array of gluten free christmas biscuit treat[...]

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Gluten Free in Barbados

My Gluten Free Christmas consisted of a wee excursion to what i'm normally used to, i was lucky enough to get invited to my husbands family christmas in Barbados. I have to say, i'[...]

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Gluten Free Leftover Turkey Hot Pot Pie

Thinking Ahead... Leftover Turkey What a busy month it's been so far in the WB household. Busy and ridden with cold and flu as well...both stress and illness together is so[...]

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Gluten Free Apple and Blackberry Pie

I Want Pie Sometimes it's the classic recipes that are always the best. After hearing my husbands want for a traditional style Gluten Free Apple and Blackberry Pie, my craving for[...]

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Wuthering Bites Gluten Free Christmas Guide 2013

If you are a Coeliac or on a Gluten Free diet there is nothing more stressful that planning a Gluten Free Christmas- as if christmas was stressful enough. It may not be for some pe[...]


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Every single cook has an inspiration. On Sunday’s there is a particular cook that, for me, epitomizes wholesome and comforting Sunday cooking. Today I’ve cooked a Nigel Slater recipe ‘Tomato and Bean stew’ from Real Cooking (Penguin; 2006). It’s page has been bent over at the top corner so that whenever it gets to Sunday, I always have the recipe to my emergency when I see left over vegetables in […]