Monday, January 3, 2011

/A\ chanel - 8:20 and 8:40am on Rogers Chanel 6 - Ottawa

Please reach me at: pce@magma.ca or 613-237-1515

- to register for cooking classes
- to host a cooking party
- to be on the list for the cookbook release

For information about Celiac disease and become a member contact: www.celiac.ottawa.on.ca

Thank you for watching /A\ Chanel. If you like what you saw, let them know so they invite me back again!!!!

Wednesday cooking classes will start two weeks from now and run 6 classes. The cost is $200. which includes your food.

Monday cooking classes start at the end of Jan for the Catholic School Board in Ottawa - you can register with them. The course title is: Gluten Free Goes Mainstream and this is the fourth year with over 250 recipes and as many students. It gets better and better.

Give me feedback. Let me know what day or night you can make it. A ton of Christmas baking happened around here. Read on in the blog. The mobile app will be up soon. So much on the horizon. Become a fan. Friend me on Facebook - Susan Nancy Phipps - Ottawa. Let's get this all started!!!

Class list will be posted soon (see previous ones in the blog). Each time recipes are different. The classes in my home are awesome and the vibe is really great between everyone. The last class we all sort of go, "Awe, is it over.....going to miss you all!" The first class everyone goes, "yeah right this stuff really tastes the same or better - come on.....and then I want a candid camera for everyone when they put the first bite in their mouths!" Come join us.

Experiece what gluten free can be......pure joy.


www.thejoyofglutenfree.com will be up and running by Feb. 14th. thanks for checking the blog.

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Congratulations for being on A channel, it was really interesting to watch what you were cooking and the information of it. My daughter and I suffer from food allergies and intolerances, including CCI (Complex Carbohydrate Intolerance), tricky stuff and it has been a huge challenge for us to find the right foods for us, and one thing we noticed is that some celiac (gluten free)and wheat free foods has worked for us. Do you know anything about CCI? Is there other like us here in the capital area? Again great show and I like the blog.

SueSue said...

Yes. Have a GI diet book. One is never Celiac without being something else too!!!! pce@magma.ca

Anonymous said...

Excellent information offered this morning. Did you mention that you were releasing a book?

Buttertart muffins

Buttertart muffins
you will never go back to regular muffins

Pork, Fig, Mushroom Quesadillas

Pork, Fig, Mushroom Quesadillas
Mouth watering like you would not believe

Blueberry pie

Blueberry pie
The real deal - just scrumptious

Sorghum French loaf/Classic White bread

Sorghum French loaf/Classic White bread
fresh for days - light and fluffy, dairy free, egg free sorghum

Cinnamon Raisin Buns

Cinnamon Raisin Buns
Shared this one. Ate 5 before it. Felt like I had waited my whole life for that moment. Do you know what I mean?

Shortbread

Shortbread
The new recipe - exactly like the old one that had wheat - no wheat - And we are done here.

Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread
Exactly what happened to the raisins???

Apple Pie

Apple Pie
My sister Lesley (chef at the Hunt Club in London ON) says granny smith are best. I agree!

Pear Custard with Raspberry Coulis

Pear Custard with Raspberry Coulis
In Great Grandma Nancekivell's dishes

Ecuadorian Meat Stew with Teff Bread

Ecuadorian Meat Stew with Teff Bread
And that is what I had for lunch. I was just so happy.

Garlic Shrimp

Garlic Shrimp
Fast and not to be missed. A feast fit for a King. No a Godess.

Now Famous Brownies

Now Famous Brownies
swear they are the best you have ever eaten.

Creamed spinach and little meat patties

Creamed spinach and little meat patties
I know. I know. I know. But you know what - it is the only meal that every time will bring my 20 year old home for supper. It is really really good.

Mexican Lasagna - leftovers stolen from the fridge by my 20 year old who is not Celiac.

Mexican Lasagna - leftovers stolen from the fridge by my 20 year old who is not Celiac.
Learn how to get an amazing cream sauce at class.

vegetable tempura

vegetable tempura
link to A Chanel morning show here

Mexican salad

Mexican salad
great for lunch - cream cheese or bean base

lemnn meringue pie with fool proof pastry

Discover hearty soup with mashed plantain - so yum

Feasting on Simple Pleasures

Waffles anyone?

kids are celiac too but no one has to know