My Food and Lifestyle Blog. The beginning…

My work-life mix has always been focused and a deliberate effort of trying to balance and blend my priorities and interests in family, career, food, healthy living, creativity, and storytelling in a way that touches the people around me and reminds them of what is most important in life. Sorting everything out has always been a little chaotic and disorganized for me and generally for my family too, but in the end, that’s what has made our life an interesting and rewarding journey.

Like most families, we’ve had our challenges, our fair share of setbacks, and our best-laid plans and traditions have many times needed reinventing along the way.

Nearly eight years ago, I was diagnosed with celiac disease, since then my daughter has also received that diagnosis. For us, and others who have celiac disease eating gluten-free is not a choice but a necessity. For family and friends who join us at our table, eating gluten-free does not mean you need to compromise flavor, palatability, taste, and texture.

After my initial shock of a celiac diagnosis, going gluten-free became a simple, compelling concept: enjoying well-prepared foods and meals made with fresh and wholesome ingredients, free of wheat, barley, and rye. Using certified gluten-free whole grains, starches and flours as healthy alternatives to a more conventional and traditional fare – preparing meals that focus on fruits, vegetables, beans, seed and nuts in their natural, unprocessed forms, lean – non-processed meats, fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy products. Even to enjoy bread, other baked items, and pasta. I found that in eating gluten-free one can experience a whole world of deliciousness, full of flavor, and taste!

This blog offers solutions for anyone who wants to prepare delicious and generally-healthy gluten-free foods for themselves or loved ones. Apart from most desserts and baked items including casseroles, each recipe is written to be adaptable so that it can be prepared to serve one-to-two or a family. They are easily made by anyone with basic cooking skills, and most can be put together in 30 minutes or less.

As you cook your way through G-Free Deliciously, you’ll find many recipes that are inspired by local home cooks who have shared their family recipes in church cookbooks, Wisconsin cultural and ethnic foods, and a few other favorite dishes I’ve discovered over the years through my travels.

These reinvented recipes from scratch are the result of personal trial and error in my gluten-free food and cooking journey. The recipes offer people who must eat gluten-free an invitation to sample traditional culinary fare done differently. Ways to experiment with a new technique, or maybe to try a few new ingredients to build palatable texture and flavors using classic cooking methods. My belief has always been that gluten-free food is just food re-imagined, prepared a bit differently to eliminate gluten – and, I invite all food lovers to sit at the same table.

And, what’s a great meal without a great story? Notes from Lac du Nibiinaabe chronicles stories, thoughts, and observations of daily life here on our property and being part of a community known as The Holyland. The posts account the joys and sorrows of owning a home and property, our family’s more than 30 years of work involved in turning a once open field and ordinary house into a rural haven of trees, flowers, wildlife, bountiful gardens, and the beautiful retreat home that it is today; and a peek into the region and lifestyle that was conducive to making it all happen.

As transplants to Wisconsin’s Holyland from the lower peninsula of Michigan (Yes, we were once Michigander trolls – having lived under the bridge. I’ll go into more detail about all that later.) my family and I were not sure what to expect of our new life here. We came because of opportunities in new jobs, to buy our first “real” house, and with the hope of this place being a good area for our kids to grow up and have a bright future. The jobs eventually changed, the house grew into our home, and our kids flourished through all the possibilities that this area provided. Along the way, our family fell in love with Wisconsin and in particular my husband Mark, and I fell in love with our property and the area known as “The Holyland,” and we wouldn’t dream of ever leaving.

If you follow my blog, you’re sure to get a glimpse into the Wisconsin Holyland. I’ll share some noteworthy content – stories, recipes, tips, what to see, and other great stuff you won’t want to miss if visiting. Content that reflects a bit of the Holyland’s heritage, the community, my family, and everyday living as it weaves itself through the thread of life here at our home and property we call Lac du Nibiinaabe.

I hope you’ll enjoy my blog!  

God Bless, XXO ♥ 


You can learn more about what makes me, me… HERE

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Being creative, cooking, fresh veggies, the violin, decorating for holidays, sewing, hand-quilting, cowgirl boots, country music, fresh herbs in pots, blowing dandelions to the wind, walking barefoot in the grass, hanging out with eclectic interesting people, reading, writing, warm lazy summer days, and yoga!

Gluten, cilantro, mixed vegetables (the frozen kind I grew up with), negativism, rudeness, narcissism, overstaying a welcome,
not helping out, liars, promiscuity, cockiness, know-it-alls, being overly-dramatic, goal-less-ness, poor hygiene, chauvinism, lacking a sense of humor, excessive competitiveness, Laziness, horrifying spellers, people-bashing, criticism and mockery of others and their beliefs, flakiness (because flaky people are really unappealing), more swagger than substance, people who constantly manage others (those folks who think they have all the answers…)

Lambrusco, my iPad, popcorn suppers, dark chocolate, cookbooks, Almond-Rocca, historical romances, sun-bathing, weekend coffee with a good book in bed, PBS cooking shows, romantic comedies, cozy sweaters, fuzzy socks, and fragrant bubble baths with soft music and wine…

Say please and thank you, LAUGH, Pray often, ENCOURAGE others, Be KIND, HONEST, HAPPY, Keep your PROMISES, Be GRATEFUL, Wash your hands, FORGIVE yourself and others, LISTEN, Have FAITH, Be CONFIDENT, Honor your parents, CHERISH your children and grandchildren, TREASURE your family, ABIDE in GOD’s love, Be POLITE, Guard your HEART, SEEK your purpose, FEED your mind, body and soul, Be HOPEFUL, Resist temptation, Lay your burdens down, TRUST your gut, CONNECT with nature, Know that GOD made you perfect just the way you are, SERVE others, LIVE to love, Be COURAGEOUS, Shine bright, OPEN your mind, RESPECT differences, HONOR your inner hunger, SING loud, Be PROUD of who you are, Practice PATIENCE, Never give up, WEATHER the storms of life, Say I love you, LOVE one another

  • I’ve traveled to 32 states in the USA where I’ve enjoyed the food, history, people and the local culture while visiting.
  • Among the states, I’ve lived in are Arizona, California, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
  • My favorite island is Maui.
  • I’ve also been to Canada and Mexico.
  • I rode horses as a kid, and barrel-raced.
  • I broke my neck when I was 18 and went to senior prom in a neck brace.
  • As a little girl, I grew up living next door to my grandma and grandpa on a small lake in rural southern Michigan.
  • The first thing I learned to cook was pancakes.
  • The craziest thing I ever made was mint-flavored green cupcakes when I was 13. My family didn’t like them much…
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Where my passion is all about helping people to create lasting change in their health and life by making delicious, nutritious choices for eating better. Here you'll find easy recipes that use only real, whole foods with ingredients you can trust. Gluten-free meals that never, ever compromise on taste, which save you time - even when life gets busy.

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