3 Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes Worth Trying

The gluten-free lifestyle is increasingly becoming popular as more people begin to understand their bodies better and the…

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Storytime at bliss in the park

As many of my readers know, I have recently self published my very first children’s book Celia’s Coeliac Story. I have previously written about my step by step guide process of how I created my book for those who are thinking of self publishing. I was recently asked to read my book at Wimbledon’s Bliss in the Park in South Park Gardens, which I was delighted to do. Storytime in the park is a really fun way of introducing children to new stories from storytellers, each with a 20 minute slot time.

Picture book step by step guide

This step by step guide is how I created my picture book Celia’s Coeliac Story which is now being sold on Amazon Worldwide. I drew my illustrations on a watercolour pad, and used Aquatico watercolour pencils and a brush to colour. I then took pictures of each individual illustration, and edited using Photoshop, In design and Microsoft word.

Celia’s Coeliac Story Children’s Book!

After two years in the making, I have finally self published my children’s book! The main reason that…

Tips for eating out when you’re gluten free

Enjoying meals out with friends and family should be an enjoyable experience without stress or challenge. For many of us, eating out presents regular challenges and stresses, especially if we have coeliac disease, IBS, intolerances or food allergies

How to avoid cross contamination in your kitchen

We have all been there. That voice inside our head that screams ”it’s contaminated!” when your not so helpful friend accidentally puts your bread in the toaster without the toastie bags! Or your boyfriend uses the same knife to dunk into your favourite jam, and then spreads it on his (gasp) non gluten free bread. So many gluten lurking opportunities, it’s an absolute nightmare trying to keep on top of the cross contamination!