Recommended Paleo Books


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Loving Cooking

I watched the movie Julie & Julia again on the weekend. It is such an amazing story and so inspiring. I hardly knew what a blog was the first time I saw that movie on circuit and now I have my own one.

For those of you that don’t know it is the story of Julia Child the famous American cook book author and her time in Paris that led her to write her book. Running concurrently is the story of a young woman in a small apartment in Queens who decides to challenge herself to cooking all the recipes out of Julia Child’s book “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” while writing a blog about it. She eventually becomes and published author herself and of course a movie is made about it staring Meryl Streep.

I personally love food and love cooking. It is a complete passion for me. My mom hated cooking when I was growing up and and my love of cooking started as need to make something better for myself to eat than eggs on toast :). Some people eat to live and some of us live to eat! I am often thinking about food, new recipes and how to make different things in different ways. I am not a good artist but for me cooking and baking is my way of being creative. I can create something from scratch from a few ingredients and turn it into a beautiful dish that gives myself and other people pleasure. There is nothing nicer than browsing through a lovely, glossy cook book to inspire me.

Since becoming gluten free it has been even more wonderful to cook. Not only because the I eat don’t make me sick, but also because everything I began to eat tasted better and better. I was like my sense of taste improved tenfold. Also because I was limited in what I could and couldn’t eat, I began experimenting, which I so love to do. I love trying out new ingredients, making up new recipes and trying things out on my fiancĂ©e. The only thing he has complained about is how much weight he has gained!

So for me going gluten free was a huge blessing as I began to cook and love food again and I continue to do it and enjoy my passion.

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