A shout-out to Robin Schaffran (aka Dr. Robin) for this guacamole recipe!
We’re huge fans of her fantastic all-natural skincare line for children, Dr. Robin for Kids. Sunscreen, daily moisture cream and body wash and shampoo—all gloriously gluten free! (And it’s not just for kids.)
Today a mysterious box wrapped in brown paper arrived at our doorstep.
It was addressed to Lily. We tore it open and out popped one of our new favourite snacks…in five different flavours!
Popchips are not made with any gluten ingredients but they used to be
manufactured on equipment shared with wheat. Not anymore! In August 2011 they were officially certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization, a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (aka GiG). The company is in the
process of changing over its packaging to include the GF symbol, so there’s a chance you might find bags that don’t have the symbol printed on them. Popchips says that if a bag has a “best by” date of August 2012 or later, they’re definitely gluten free. As always, be sure to check the labels and ingredients. Munch on!
If you’re lucky to find yourself at a cottage this summer, here is the perfect
salad for a leisurely lunch on the dock. It packs a little sweet, a little salty and a big punch of protein with tuna, chickpeas and feta. After her first mouthful,
Alison declared me “the queen of salads.” Now you can be queen, too.
We celebrated Canada Day with this colourful corn salad. With fresh corn and peaches, every bite tastes like summer.