Pizza has got me so thirsty I will legit take it anyway I can get it: fresh, frozen, even cold and leftover from the night before. It’s just one of these things I can’t live without. My love affair with pizza has spanned several decades. Sure we’ve had our ups and downs from a lactose intolerance to a Celiac diagnosis, but some how we’ve always managed to make things work.
Lately though, things were starting to get a little old. That is until one of my besties, who also happens to share my gluten affliction and a love for pizza, told me about this gluten free and paleo New York style cassava flour based pizza dough recipe. I think she put it best when she called it a “Total Game Changer”.
I think its really important to have a good sense of humor and not take things to seriously, especially when it comes to myself (although sometimes I still do). But there is something about the term “glutard” that just doesn’t sit right with me.
I don’t mean to brag, but this was my dinner the other night! Completely gluten free and completely delicious.
Nothing brings me greater joy than discovering new gluten free products. In fact, last week when I randomly found gluten free corn tortilla bowls at my local grocery store 5 things happened:
1) I took a picture for posterity.
2) I did a little happy dance.
3) Call it divine intervention but this gluten free Mexican recipe for vegetarian taco bowls materialized in my head.
4) I ate gluten free taco bowls for dinner.
5) Now all I want to do is taco-bout this delicious gluten free vegetarian taco bowl recipe!
In the summertime you will always find a jug of sun tea brewing in the hot summer sun on my porch. I love love love a tall icy glass of minty fresh unsweetened summertime sun tea (try saying that 5 times fast) on a lazy afternoon or while relaxing after spending the day down the shore or out on the lake.