Saturday, January 29, 2005


I will try to put links up that will benefit our needs. I hope they are helpful. If you know of any links that would be good to add, please email them or leave a comment containing them. I will add any new ones I find.
NO GRAIN, NO PAIN!  Posted by Hello

Sunday, January 16, 2005

Deborah Martin's syrup recipe

Here is our family's recipe for syrup. This is the way I have made it for 20+ years.
Deborah Martin

Small amount:
1/3 c brown sugar
2/3 cup white sugar
½ cup water
pinch salt
1 teaspoon vinegar

Large amount:
1 lb brown sugar
4 cup white sugar
4 cup water
¼ t salt
2 Tablespoon vinegar
Cook “pretty high” until a “little” drip doesn’t take too long.
You can add one package of frozen blackberries to the large amount while cooking to make delicious blackberry syrup.


Saturday, January 15, 2005

Good News!

When someone is newly diagnosed with Celiacs this is good news- they now have the keys for better health! Let's pass along the encouragement and optimism!

Friday, January 14, 2005

Don't enjoy cooking?

Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach that person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks. - Willie Weiss
These are the ones with pepperoni- the outside is like a pizza crust. Posted by Hello
Elijah loves Gorilla Munch with 8th continent vanilla soymilk---YUM! Posted by Hello
This is a wonderful recipe from Special Diets For Special Kids vol. 1 page 140 Marci's Soft White Bread and Rolls (I am not an artist so they aren't that pretty, but if you have a natural artistic flare I bet they could be!) I used vol.2 page 82 Mock Runza's for the inside. Today, I made some and used pepperoni inside them and they turned out great!  Posted by Hello

2005 Meetings

NO GRAIN, NO PAIN Posted by Hello The Norman Celiac Support Group
Meets every 1st Tuesday 7pm at St. Johns Episcopal Church on the corner of Asp and Duffy in Norman. For more information contact us at or call 405-364-5612.

Greg and Kate Norman Celiac Support Group Posted by Hello

Log Cabin and Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup

Dear Ms. Martin:

We appreciate your interest in Pinnacle Foods Corporation. The recipe for Log Cabin® and Mrs. Butterworth's® syrup has not been changed. There has always been a small amount of barley in them, they have never been gluten free. Barley is considered a natural flavor. However, Log Cabin® Country Kitchen is gluten free.Thank you for contacting us concerning our products.


Darlene Peters
Consumer Response Representative 000468948A