My name is Jeanine and I reside, with my husband and two children, in rural Manitoba, Canada.
In 2008, after being anemic for over 15 years, I was finally diagnosed with Celiac Disease. I was diagnosed after a positive blood test and having a biopsy of my small intestine. The only way to manage Celiac Disease is to eat a gluten-free diet (although I prefer to think of it as a gluten-free lifestyle).
I have always enjoyed playing in the kitchen, and when I was diagnosed I refused to let this stop me from having fun. I have created many fantastic gluten-free recipes in my kitchen, and use this blog to share those amazing recipes with you. So, if you are missing breads, cinnamon buns, cupcakes, muffins, pancakes, cake, or cookies, you’ve come to the right place. I have many recipes that are tried, tested and true.
For more information on how this blog got started, check out THIS POST that talks about the blog history. It’ll explain some things, like why the blog name is plural, when there is only me posting/baking/cooking.
This is a poem that my Mom wrote out for me when I moved out on my own. We are unsure of who the author is, but I think it speaks volumes.