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We all know I like to decorate my cabinets and doors! We now have 4 days until my bday!




 The Lil Chef and I spent some time at the library the other day. I've read a ton of books on my conditions over the past 8 years. I actually found this book to have useful information. 

I started out with a totally different meal in mind and it hit me I was in salad withdrawal. I ate this at lunchtime and that was it for the rest of the day. 


I love finding "love" in odd places. I was minding my business making my salad, I looked down and my rubber band was in the shape of a heart! I absolutely positively love hearts!


I have been drinking my tea this week, I needed some natural healing!


MMMMMMM! Turkey, Swiss, Spicy Brown Mustard on Rye-Style Bread from Canyon Bakehouse! Oh and of course Salt & Vinegar.


SPAGHETTIIIIIIIII!!!!!!! We haven't had spaghetti in sssoooooo long! I had to switch from making my sauce from scratch and go back to what I was doing a long time ago (Francesco Rinaldi.)



We used the glutino english muffins for garlic bread..... SOOOOO GOOOOOD!!!!!


YAAAAAY Birthday shopping at Heinen's! Finally got my Rye Style Canyon Bakehouse Gluten free Bread! & My dairy free gluten free cheezecake for my birthday. 


I haven't had Rye Bread and Turkey and Swiss in so long!  


This is AMAZING! Grilled Turkey, Swiss, Rye Bread, Pickles, Mustard!!!!!




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