Hi everyone! I know that I’ve been really far behind on updating this blog this year. It’s been a hugely hectic and busy year, and even though I’ve had this weekly reminder in my calendar to post new recipes and articles, I unfortunately haven’t been getting around to it.
So what have I been up to and where the heck have I been? Over the past year, I’ve had a few TV appearances including on Daytime Toronto, Daytime Peel, Live Healthy Now and CBC News. In May, I had the absolute pleasure of speaking to Cuisine Courante, a group of amazing women in Etobicoke that gather every month to learn new things about food and nutrition – they even made a few of my recipes and served it to the group after the meeting… what a treat to have people cook for me! I have also become a regular columnist for Village Living Magazine.
For those of you who don’t know about my other passion – I am also a professional musician in Toronto. So on top of sharing my love for gluten-free food, I have also been busy this summer performing across the city at halls, clubs, weddings and private events as both a classical and an electric rock violinist (yes! you read it right!). If you are curious about my music, I have a few videos online. I also recently released an album with my original band Violet Fusion, and will be touring it up north in the spring. If you’d like to see me perform live, I’ll be at Gallery 345 with a good friend of mine, Greg Byers, an amazingly talented electric cellist and songwriter on Friday September 20th.
Now back to food! With a new season turning the corner, I am relaunching the Gluten-Free Living blog. You’ll notice the new site look, which I hope you’ll all find much easier to navigate than before. I also added a couple easy links back to my website and a contact form. Recipe Thursdays will be starting again this week too!
I have had so much spam that I had to unfortunately delete all your historical comments … but I still want to hear from YOU! If you have any questions at all, any recipe requests, kitchen experiment woes or tales of success, please do share them with me; I love hearing from you!