A life without pie is no life at all — especially during the holidays. So, we’ve found 20 recipes to satisfy the pie-needs of everyone from Paleo-devotees to veggie-loving vegans. Read, bake (or don’t, in the case of the raw pies), and enjoy!
We all love our Herr’s potato chips, but if you stick to a gluten-free diet, you’re going to want to step away from the Sour Cream and Onion chips now: As this press release put out by the company states, the Pennsylvania-based Herr Foods Inc. has recalled certain bags of its Herr’s Sour Cream and Onion Potato Chips after accidentally labeling the bags as gluten-free. Read more »
• If you plan on grilling up a hamburger this weekend, one thing you should know beforehand: A new Consumer Reports investigation found that pretty much all store-bought hamburger meat “contained bacteria that signified fecal contamination.” Yeah, there’s poop in your hamburger meat. But, if you’re going to buy it anyway, you’re better off going with grass-fed. [Mother Jones]
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If you’re a fan of the grub at Pure Fare and Agno, get ready to add a new lunch spot to your weekly lineup: Kriti Sehgal, owner of the two gluten-free-friendly joints, is opening up a new Southeast Asian-inspired takeout window in Rittenhouse, slated to open mid-September. And let me tell you, the food is good.
The concept of gluten-free diets has been a hot topic for years now, but I’ve never never needed to pay attention to it until recently. See, I’m a firm believer in the fact that going gluten-free is only something one needs to do out of medical necessity. It isn’t a weight-loss diet, so I’ve never seen the need to wade into the gluten-free waters. Besides, I’ve eaten pretty much the same way for at least the past 10 years.
But when my husband started eating gluten-free about a month ago in an attempt to alleviate the symptoms of an autoimmune disease, the cook in the family — i.e. me — had to change her wheat-loving ways — and quickly. Read more »
We’ve said it before: A gluten-free diet doesn’t necessarily benefit those who do not have celiac disease or gluten intolerance, and it certainly isn’t a weight-loss diet, despite what many people tend to think. And now, there’s even more scientific evidence to show that opting for a gluten-free product at the grocery store — unless you have celiac disease or are gluten intolerant — isn’t the healthier choice, no matter how you swing it.
I don’t know about you, but I’m always down to celebrate a special occasion with a feast of wholesome food. And lucky for us at Be Well Philly, one of our favorite eateries, Rittenhouse’s P.S. & Co., is celebrating its first birthday tomorrow night with a barbecue in its newly opened garden space.
Can you think of a better way to start your day than with a popsicle? Because I can’t. And thanks to the good people over at Pure Fare, you can do just that and you don’t even have to feel guilty about it (for real!): The gluten-free, mostly-organic spot just started whipping up breakfast popsicles, and the first concoction — made with hemp milk, coconut milk, blueberries, granola and maple syrup — is basically your morning bowl of granola made better. Who else is drooling?