What The Hack With Udis Gluten Free Foods

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Frugal Canadian Coupon Mom

We love Udis Gluten Free Foods and have since day one. Recently we were given the opportunity toparticipate in their What The Hack food hacks and it took a lot of thinking of ways to do such a task! We aren’t creative but gave it our best and have asked our Facebook fans to help with ideas and hope you’ll enjoy our hacks.This one was a simple garden salad with crushed Ancient Grain Crisps aged cheddar & sea salt flavours.

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We also blended the Crisps with gluten-free spices to use as a batter or shake & bake. We simply dipped our chicken in egg and placed it in a bag with the breading blend, shook to coat and baked at 350° for 30-45 minutes. We also decided to do this with meatballs which turned out to be a huge hit.Meatballs
A Twitter friend who happens to write gluten-free cookbooks, shared a…

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(Pregnancy) Hormones and Miscarriage

this is so true.

The Trial of Labor

I apologize in advance that I am completely unwilling to pretend that I know all of the scienmatific names of all of the pregnancy hormones that especially play into natural pain relief during labor and delivery.  (I’ve had a glass & a half of wine and am keeping my daughter company while she watches “Happy Feet” aka “Penguin Movie”.)

Since my very recent (current?) miscarriage, I have been voraciously reading on the internet.  I was telling a friend today that while my body is “purging” so unceremoniously, that my mind is going through a completely different healing process.  I’m fired up.  I’m mad.  I’m a feminist (well, I have been for a while) with a bra to burn.  And I can’t distance myself from pregnancy and childbirth issues even though I’m no longer pregnant.

So what does this have to do with the title of my post?  Perhaps nothing?  I…

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The Angry Woman Suite, An Interview with Lee Fullbright

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I read The Angry Woman Suite last year, but was excited when a tour opportunity came up with Novel Publicity again. It gives me a chance to pick the author’s brain, and a second chance to share my review with you. The review can be found here, and I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did.

1. First, please tell us a little bit how you came to write The Angry Woman Suite.

I was travelling in Pennsylvania (I’m from California), and literally stumbled upon the Chadds Ford house where George Washington plotted his infamous Battle of the Brandywine. Right then, that house and its battlefield started working a kind of magic on me, and I began thinking about making its history a metaphor for 20th century characters also struggling for recognition, justice, and freedom.

I outlined a lot of the novel, but didn’t necessarily stick…

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