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my two loves . . .

Hello! My name is Kathryn - a Georgia girl and bona fide bread lover. Well, that is until I met and fell in love with Justin. Let's be real, I still LOVE bread and all things gluten-ful, but have given up that life for a gluten-free one - because now, I am a gluten-free lover.

I have always loved food. Cooking it, eating it, discussing it. I hope you'll try some of the recipes I've posted and you'll see - gluten-free cooking is accessible and delicious!

Category Archives: Italian

Deliziosa Cucina Italiana

Let’s talk Italian, y’all! I have a new recipe, a Rachael Ray inspired classic, and a work in progress that I want to discuss. A little back story: Before I met J, I was a bona fide gluten lover. Any kind of bread or pasta – if it had a crunchy breaded crust, I was […]

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Southern Traditions

This year, I made my first traditional Southern New Year’s Day dinner. Before I go any further, you may be asking yourself, “Is there such a thing as a traditional New Year’s Day dinner?” I answer you with a resounding “YES!” (After doing some research, I found out that peoples all over the world, since […]

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"Italian" spaghetti

I found this recipe in The Art of Southern Cooking by Mildred Evans Warren. The cookbook was copyrighted in 1967 and was a gift from my grandparents to my mother for her birthday in 1974. The author was a well-known and well-respected cook and food writer from Perry, GA (very near Hawkinsville, GA, where my […]

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catch me if you can

So, I know it’s an odd title for a food blog post, but that’s what it felt like, making Pasta Carbonara with a side salad for dinner last night. I felt like I was trying to catch up with the meal the whole time I was preparing it. Strange because if I was “preparing” dinner, […]

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food of love

My boyfriend, J, is gluten free and since we moved in together, he’s been requesting foods he used to love but hasn’t had since he was diagnosed with Celiac disease 15 years ago. I started with basic pizza (which will end up on my blog sooner or later) and after enjoying many varieties, J asked […]

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