Dijon Herb Lamb Loin Chops

Lamb is a delicacy here in the United States. Typically only found in Supermarkets around holidays, this meat deserves more attention. Impressive to serve, intimidating to order, Lamb Loin Chops are actually very easy to make. I was lucky enough to find some chops on sale. These days finding a deal and knowing the techniques … Continue reading Dijon Herb Lamb Loin Chops

Creamy Gluten-Free Alfredo Sauce

Welcome back to my Allergy Friendly Kitchen! Today we're making a classic Italian sauce: Alfredo! Alfredo Sauce is creamy, rich and earthy when done right. Cutting your aromatics and herbs right before using them increases the smells and tastes in your dish. Don't use anything other than fresh Rosemary, Garlic and Onions if you want … Continue reading Creamy Gluten-Free Alfredo Sauce

Gluten Free Crepe Recipe

I honestly never thought I would have crepes again after learning about my wheat allergy. With a little experimentation I came up with the following recipe that gives you perfectly light and textured crepes. You won't even know you're not in Paris! The crepes themselves are Gluten, Dairy and Nut free, the fillings can change … Continue reading Gluten Free Crepe Recipe

Gluten Free French Onion Soup

This is the first recipe in my French Bistro Series, Allergy Friendly menus. It took me travelling to another continent to realize how much food affects how you feel. These recipes are inspired by the classic Prix Fixe Bistro Menus found across Paris. Now we explore some good food that makes you feel great! The … Continue reading Gluten Free French Onion Soup

Munich: Maybe Another Time?

By the time we arrived in Munich it was snowing. Neither Jamie or I have been in falling snow for quite some time. It was magical when the first flakes fell upon our upturned faces. Our hotel was right down the street from the train station. It was conveniently located in walking distance to nearby neighborhoods and … Continue reading Munich: Maybe Another Time?

Is Istanbul Still Worth Visiting?

"If one had but a single glance to give the world, one should gaze on Istanbul."- Alphonse de Lamartine Looking back, we were so fortunate to have been able to visit Central Europe and Turkey when we did. The war between Russia and Ukraine shows us all how fragile peace can be. How in a … Continue reading Is Istanbul Still Worth Visiting?

Budapest: Our Soulmate City

It’s no secret we love Budapest. We knew we would going in and we were thrilled it met and exceeded our expectations. Now that we are back home we constantly find ourselves answering the questions “What was your favorite city” or “Most unexpected city I should know about?” with a resounding answer: Budapest! Personally I … Continue reading Budapest: Our Soulmate City