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Kylie Walker / Posts tagged "gluten free"

Sweet & Savory Thanksgiving Sweet Potatoes

Greetings, hungry readers! This is Meagan from Eat Something Delicious and I'll be taking over for Kylie today. Kylie and I "met" last year when we noticed how much each of our blogs had in common. We quickly became good friends who connected on more than just our blogging hobbies (although, she's still my go-to person for when I start rambling about Wordpress updates, rich pins, and all the other blogging topics my poor husband used to endure listening to). A Slice of Ky has really grown to be an amazing site and I'm so excited to be sharing one of my recipes here today. A few years ago, all my experiences with sweet potato could be summed up in two dishes: sweet potato casserole (yes, the kind with marshmallows on top)...

Paleo Spinach Artichoke Dip

Paleo Spinach Artichoke Dip

The Super Bowl was this past Sunday, and I’m willing to bet Monday morning wasn’t too fun for a lot of people. Maybe you were tired, maybe you were hungover… Or, maybe you felt ill from that junk food coma in which you’re still trying to come out of.  We’ve all been there! But the question is why do we keep gorging ourselves time and time again when we know it’s going to end badly? I think the answer is pretty obvious, right?

Hard Cider Roundup and Review

Hard Cider Reviews Cropped2Hard cider is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of apples (and sometimes other fruits). Don’t confuse this with regular apple cider which is essentially apple juice but less filtered and processed. We’re focusing on the hard kind today. Hard cider is very popular abroad, but it has taken a back seat to craft beer here in America. However, because hard cider is naturally gluten free it is becoming more and more popular due to the new, rising era of gluten free living. Hard apple cider naturally gets more attention in the fall, so what better time to roundup and review seven popular hard ciders than right now!  A few of us got together and had a fun night deciphering the tastes and smells of this seasons most festive alcoholic drink. We specifically chose brands fermented with apples only and no spices, flavors or other fruits added to the mix. Because it’s really only fair to compare apples to apples, right!?