Friday, April 10, 2009

Helpful Links for Food and Life

I'd like to share some blogs and resources I've found that have really helped me out in some way. Not all of these are specifically gluten-free resources, but they are all relevant to living the good life.

Green Baby Guide
: This blog is not just relevant to parents of small children. It has been a great resource for me to learn things like how to make a raised-bed garden, how to keep your milk and cream from going bad, or how to use less soap and water when washing dishes. The two authors of the website are very dedicated environmentalists, money-savers, and moms. I know, because one of the authors is my sister!

I have been really inspired by the GF Road Warrior. He travels every week for work and eats in restaurants for a good percentage of his meals. He has celiac disease, but that doesn't stop him from dining out. Read this great blog for travel dining ideas and business etiquette tips for going it gluten-free.

[No Recipes]: Marc is a die-hard gourmand. Strike that, Marc is a fantastic gourmet cook. He is not on a gluten-free diet, but his recipes are often naturally gluten-free. He frequently concentrates on fish, meat, and umami flavors - my favorites. If you want to know a technique for cooking steak perfectly every time or if you want to learn how to make your own horchata, this is the blog for you.

3 comments:

Linda said...

Thanks. I hadn't heard of Green Baby Guide. I'm going to take a look around.

Rebecca said...

Thanks for the link, Gina! Or "linky love" as they say here in the blogosphere.

That horchata looks very tasty.

Sheltie Girl said...

Thank you for the link to the GF Road Warrior. Sometimes we spend a great deal of time as a family traveling with my husband. I love to read other GF folks tips on how to travel or eat well.

Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Natalie @ Gluten A Go Go