Haute at Home: Rice Pudding

In my previous blog post I discussed how it is possible for home cooks to have it all. You can make exciting restaurant-worthy dishes that won’t cost a fortune or take all day to cook. In my Haute at Home series, I’ll be taking a look at some popular restaurant dishes and giving tips on how to make easy, allergen-friendly […]

Kitchology Pitches At @Startupmd – Vote for us!

Kitchology co-founder Iris Sherman gives the skinny on Kitchology and why it is a worthy venture for Startup Maryland! Kitchology participated in the Startup Maryland Competition, a “Pitch Across Maryland” celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship. Startup Maryland works to connect innovation communities and rallies entrepreneurs, supporters and other innovation stakeholders around four main initiatives: Connection, Celebration, Coaching, and Capital while also bringing […]

3 Easy Paleo-Friendly Fall Recipes

Have you tried the Paleo approach to eating yet? After an experience with the Whole 30 last November, I’m coming up on my one year anniversary of being introduced to this new style of eating. What Is Paleo? The Paleo diet refers to eating in a way much like our ancestors – specifically the caveman. Basically, it means eating whole (unprocessed) […]

Facing Food Temptation on “The Biggest Loser”

Have any of you been following the current season of The Biggest Loser? This time around, there is a group of former athletes who have all fallen out of shape and are now in desperate need of severe weight loss. A majority of the show is focused on the fitness aspect of weight loss and the physical challenges the players […]

World Food Day 2014

Today, the world puts 500 million family farmers in the spotlight in observance of World Food Day 2014. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has recognized family farmers as central to solving global hunger and malnutrition. According to FAO, family farming includes all family-based agricultural activities. Family farming is a means of organizing agricultural, forestry, fisheries, […]

Why do you believe in the Gluten Free Diet?

Recently I decided to go on a diet.   Being part of a food start-up, I felt the need to experience what the gluten craze felt like. After all gluten-free foods represent somewhere between $4 to $10 billion annually. There is no sign of this food diet trend slowing down any time soon! I wanted to see what it would be like […]

Kitchology Pitches At @Startupmd – vote for us!

Kitchology co-founder Iris Sherman gives the skinny on Kitchology and why it is a worthy venture for Startup Maryland!  Kitchology participated in the Startup Maryland Competition, a “Pitch Across Maryland” celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship.  Startup Maryland works to connect innovation communities and rallies entrepreneurs, supporters and other innovation stakeholders around four main initiatives: Connection, Celebration, Coaching, and Capital while also bringing […]

Nut Free Classroom Snacks For The Non-Crafty

Guest post by Samantha We all know “that mom” who always has the perfect, handmade, beautiful treat in hand for every occasion.  She is usually perfectly put together, in this season’s latest, not a hair of of place.  I am not that mom.  I am not crafty, and I don’t have 4 hours to spend hand-dipping things into other things […]

Learning to Thrive On a Restricted Diet

When I got this job as a blogger for Kitchology, the first person I thought of was my sister, Thea. In the past year she’s had to completely change her lifestyle and the way she thinks about food. It all started with a trip to a gastroenterologist. After months of seeing doctors who had no answer for her worsening stomach […]

Vegan Oat Burgers Recipe

It is a lot easier to be accommodated as a vegetarian these days than in years past. When I first “went veg” it was kind of hard to find vegetarian convenience foods. I went a little crazy when ready made options became available in the freezer section of normal grocery stores! I ate their products so often that I was actually eating […]

Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipes Cookbook Review

125 Best Gluten-Free Bread Machine Recipes is a fantastic cookbook for a family or individual with gluten sensitivities or allergies. You don’t have to give up bread! Woohoo! Millions of Americans suffer from food allergies and intolerances, particularly sensitivity to wheat, rye, barley and oats. With 125 Best Gluten-Free Bread Machine Recipes , a normal person like you can create a […]

A Vegan Lunch For Kids, And Roll-Out Vegan Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

If your child is dairy or eggs, vegan snack ideas can be a great source for lunchbox inspiration. This is a healthy lunch with kid appeal featuring fresh spring rolls stuffed with bean sprouts, home made peanut butter, Thai basil, lettuce, and glass noodles. In the red bowl is spring roll dipping sauce made from palm sugar, vinegar, water and […]

Tales From the Road: A Travel Writer With Food Allergies

Guest post by Samantha We travel often, and enjoy doing so. We find any and every reason to go someplace new, try a new place, and new foods. For many people, that part can be tricky- well, the whole travel experience can be. Like a growing number, I have a food allergy that makes eating out sometimes difficult. However, allergies […]

The inexpensive way to be healthy and beautiful

Beauty and health secrets from the kitchen   What if I told you that the road to health and beauty is much simpler and cheaper than you can imagine? I think, very often, we spend so much time and money on commercialized products that are more likely to harm our health, rather than to restore our inner beautiful selves. I […]

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Make Delicious (Gluten-Free) Zucchini Stuffed Boats for Dinner!

Zucchini season is upon us! Whether its growing in your garden or beckoning you at the grocery store, this versatile vegetable can be used to make a variety of healthy meals. Pasta is often a guilty pleasure but alternatives to traditional semolina noodles can allow you to enjoy favorite dishes while cutting down on the calories. This Italian-inspired dish is simple, savory, and allows you to cut down […]

How To Make Fruit Leather

A whole foods or high raw lifestyle means buying a lot of produce on a regular basis. When there are deals to be had on bulk bananas, freeze some for smoothies, and dry them as chips or fruit leather in a heavy-duty dehydrator such as the Excalibur 3500 Food Dehydrator – 5 Tray. For those who have dabbled in the world of at-home dehydrating before, a high […]