Tag Archives: gluten free

My Über Cherry Cobbler Lara Bar Review

The problem with marathon expos is that you come home with a lot of free samples you end up eating in the middle of the night. It’s currently the middle of the night. I’m eating. Our expo bag mimics the … Continue reading

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Tapering ( a la mode)

We have a race on Saturday, which brings up the proverbial question of just how much tapering to do. The race is the Blue Bell Fun Run. It’s a triathlon —  port-a-pot line marathon, run a few miles and then eat … Continue reading

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Possibly the worst idea ever

Mo just made chocolate brownies. Gluten-free, lactose-free, cadmium-free. So I can eat all I want without getting sick or dying of a paint overdose. They are sitting on top of the stove. She is going to bed and asked me … Continue reading

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Just another morning conversation, Part 23

mo: Would you like some raisin bread? me: Um, do you have any without raisins? Or bread? mo: No. Mo is now happily eating raisin bread as I go hungry. The moral: Never eat someone’s chocolate bunny.

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The answer: Yes. Rice Chex and soy milk

The question: Is there anything on the planet that doesn’t taste just a little bit better with Stubb’s BBQ sauce added to it? This could add validity to Mo’s theory that I should wash my bowl between meals. But more … Continue reading

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Bea and me

My pappy, who is a very nice fellow, made us gluten-free pancakes for breakfast. But he normally doesn’t cook gluten-free so didn’t realize that his recipe produces 7,000 pancakes till it was too late. Luckily he packed them for us. … Continue reading

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I love a bargain

Today was Mo’s softball tournament. It was a double elimination tournament and the team hasn’t been clicking, so I suspected they would go out in two games. 37 games later, they were still playing in the 105 degree heat. Mo … Continue reading

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