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Isn't It Ironic...

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I was always the one in my family to do all of the dessert baking. I would make at least 10 different cookies for each holiday and this was my first christmas with out any cookies. But I told my family that it was to tempting and I would never bake somthing again unless it was edible for me.

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celiac3270, I just had a gluten-free frozen pizza from Amy's---plain cheese, but still pretty good.

I've tried gluten-free replacements...I think I like Chebe the most so far, but right now acidic foods really bother my stomach, so I haven't even had a gluten-free pizza in months....which in itself doesn't entirely replace the old pizza. Thanks, though :D

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My dad is a baker. I grew up in an Italian bakery!!! I worked there after school and during college to make money. I worked in the back helping dad to bake things and in the front catering to my customers! It was hard work but I loved the sense of being with the family and working! The hoidays were the best! We made so many differnt types of bread, rolls, sweet bread, muffins, pastries and cakes. Of course I would treat myself to something every day and when dad made a new recipe I had to try it! My brother followed in his footsteps and has 2 bakeries and a bread factory...dad works with him. He's 72 and still going. It's his passion. The other day I called him for a recipe and tried to subsitute potatoe flour for the regular flour. What a nightmare! It was horrible! I had to thorw it our. Each week I've attemted a new recipe and each week it was not edible!

maybe I can get my dad to work on creating something that I can eat.....just a dry bisquit will do. The problem is that in addition to the gluten ...I can't tolerate, milk, soy and eggs!!! I tried adding the ener-g products but I just couldn't get them right!

Does any one have a recipe for something sweet that I can get my dad to make for me?

I haven't attempted the bread yet so if you have any suggestions please let me know!

I'll always miss going into the bakery and not being able to try something....but just walking in there and connecting with my famiy is fun enough! I love the energy there! I just have to say no when they want me to sample things!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thanks,

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