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[font="Georgia"]While spending my year in Korea, I created a blog to document my experiences. It was soo much fun. Now that I'm no longer in Korea, I miss creating blog entries.
I decided to write about food. Since I love food and love to cook, why not help other people. Obviously, all my recipes are gluten free. Some people think that eating gluten free has to be expensive or maybe they have no idea what to make. This is where I can help. [/font]


[font="Georgia"]It's brand new and I'm thinking of new recipes to add everyday. Mostly, it's a fun hobby that keeps me busy. :D [/font]


Wow, so I was just re-reading my old entries... boy have I changed. I no longer give a crap if people around me eat pizza because I don't want to feel bad anymore. If I do have these cravings for certain foods, I have learned to make them myself. Even my husband loves my gluten-free pizza!
My changed attitude over the years is attributed to learning as many different recipes and varieties of food I possibly can. Before discovering I was Celiac I had never tried Thai food... now, I LOVE Thai food. The best part is that most Thai food is gluten-free.

Late Nite Bbq

I made a fabulous BBQ last night. My dad was sent to the hospital (turns out he's fine) but when I'm nervous I tend to cook. At work the other day they made BBQ sandwiches in the cafeteria, and of course I can't eat them... so I had been craving them. I found a recipe by Emeril and then improvised and modified to make it my own yummy creation. :P
I was sitting at work today watching my co-workers chow down on yummy pumpkin muffins for breakfast, and pizza for lunch (free from supervisors)... and I had to excuse myself to go cry. Some days, I just don't know how to handle things. I think... "why me?" Even though I realize I am not alone, and I certainly don't want to end up on my death bed by 45... it's very difficult for me to handle.
I am trying to focus on the positive side of things. I am very lucky that I discovered this in my mid-20s, and I am very lucky that I have supportive friends and boyfriend. Somehow I need to find a middle ground and learn to deal. It's not the end of the world for me! :unsure: