Gluten Free Travel Snacks
2013 – Gluten Free Living
There are a lot of people who are on special diets for dairy or gluten intolerance, diabetes or hypoglycemia or other health issues. Many times they do great while at home but struggle eating out or when they are away from home for extended periods.
This post is provided to give options for clean eating, and ideas for low calorie, healthy, and gluten free snacks. Being organized and prepared is the easiest way to deal with dietary restrictions and stay on track ...
Tips for Deboning Chicken
I thought it might be helpful to share some tips on deboning a whole chicken for those who have never done it before. Mom used to do it all the time and finally after I had been married for some years and had kids I asked her to show me how she did it. I watched her debone the whole chicken which was an extremely helpful exercise. It's not near as difficult as you might think.
I use cooked chicken this way in so many recipes. My Homemade Chicken and Dumplings, Chicken and Biscuit Casserole...
Tips for Transporting Meals
I take meals to people very frequently--probably on the average of two to three times per month. I've been taking meals to families for decades, so I've learned a few things that you may find helpful if you want to take a meal to someone. Some of my most frequent opportunities to minister to other families is by bringing them food. Most of my ministry is conducted through families in our local church that we are in contact with who could use a meal.
There are lots of reasons why you may ...