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2017 Cuyahoga County Fair

Every year I enter various Gluten Free baked goods into the competition at the fair.  The highlight being winning Best in Show in the honey category for a Peach and Honey Bread.

Thanks

Chandra, your cassata cakes were a great hit with all the old Germans and everyone that attended the birthday party for the two 96-year-old ladies. Even the ones that are great bakers themselves raved about it – one said even the cake texture was especially good. I don’t remember the previous ones being this good […]

Gluten Free Beer wins Gold Medal in non GF category

For the first time, the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) has bestowed a Gold Medal upon a gluten free beer, awarding it to the O’Brien Belgian Ale. In the 21 years of the Awards, they have never before deemed a gluten free beer of high enough quality to win gold. Read more about it here:

Pillsbury Pie Crust Dough Mix

I just used the Pillsbury dough to make an apple pie this morning (it is cooling now). I wanted to try this ready-made product but I’m not thrilled with the dough’s workability or fat content. The first ingredient is soybean oil. Now admittedly, the first ingredient by weight in my homemade dough is probably eggs […]

Mock rye takes second

Against gluten breads in other category

Dinner roll takes second place

Against gluten rolls

No Wheat No worries at the Coit Road Farm Market

My name is Chandra Morgan-Henley and I have celiac disease. I decided years ago that I wasn’t going to live without great baked goods, even though I can’t use any products containing wheat, barley, rye, or commercially produced oats. I started No Wheat, No Worries to bring my baked goods to others who have celiac […]

Important Information regarding Celiac and the ADA

http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/sociallifestyleresources/f/Does-The-Americans-With-Disabilities-Act-Cover-People-With-Celiac-Disease.htm

Come see us at the Coit Road farm market

Saturday 8 to 1, corner of Coit & Woodworth in East Cleveland.

Bread baking contest results!

Yes the miraculous Mock Rye won.