This Blood Orange and Fennel Spritzer makes use of seasonal blood oranges or any citrus of choice and is sweetened with an easy to make fennel infused simple syrup. It’s allergy friendly, non-alcoholic and a refreshing option to serve your friends who love mocktails.
If you are a curry lover, you know that all beautiful bold flavors are found in the paste. This Thai Yellow Curry Paste uses clean, fresh ingredients to create a paste that is inspired by Thai flavors yet is simple enough to make with minimal effort.
Curry is one of my favorite meals to enjoy in the fall season. Although it’s still warm in Berkeley, anytime is a good time for curry. Would you agree?
Food Allergy Awareness Week takes place this year from May 12-May 18 and was created by the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network now known as FARE. It is a week designated to raising awareness on all aspects of food allergies.
Birthday parties can feel intimidating to attend when your child has food allergies. Parties are usually centered around food so naturally there is worry that your child could accidentally be exposed to an allergen which can potentially lead to a serious reaction.
It’s the time of year to share my favorite cookies. These Cardamom Snowball Cookies also known as Russian Tea Cakes or Mexican Wedding Cookies are one of my favorites to make over the holidays. This recipe includes a few simple pantry ingredients and takes about thirty minutes to whip up.
The holidays can be a stressful time for people with food allergies. There are a million parties that are centered around food and drink. It’s a joyous time of year but it can also trigger anxiety around planning safe events. This post is dedicated to sharing ten tips for celebrating the holidays with food allergies.