Gluten Free Cooking and a New Section of My Site

Life is a journey. It is a continual process of growing and changing.

When I started this blog just over two years ago, I had no idea how well the title would fit my cooking journey. The last few months have definitely been a cooking adventure for me.

I also had no idea when I started this site how much it would help me deal with the food issues that I would have to face.

I want to thank all of you that have followed my adventures over the last few years. I am so thankful for my readers and the time you take in visiting my site and trying my recipes.

You have stuck with me through the last few months of dealing with and posting about my gluten free issues and struggles, for that I am very grateful.

I love this site and what I do here. I enjoy sharing every day recipes. I like sharing how I fit my love of cooking into my busy life.  I want this site to stay what it is, but I also want to share my adventures in gluten free cooking.

I know though that the majority of my readers are not gluten free, you don’t come here for that, and I understand that. If I were not gluten free, I would not want to read posts dealing with gluten free subjects.

Over the last few months I have been trying to figure out how I could keep this site what it is, yet include more gluten free baking into it. As I was figuring all of this out, my oldest daughter started to have some major food allergies. I have not posted on this because I did not want this site to be overwhelmed with gluten free and food allergy type posts.

I was sharing my struggles about this with Joy and Alyssa when I visited Dallas a few weeks ago. They had the great idea of creating a new section of my site just for those that are interested in the gluten free baked goods and other food allergy type posts. I loved this idea and realized it was exactly what I needed.

So, I now have two sections on my site. I have this section, my main one, that will stay the same. I will continue to do what I have been doing on this site, but for those that are interested in my gluten free baked goods, and other gluten free, food allergy type posts, you can now read and subscribe to the new section of my site, called Lynn’s Recipe Adventures.

I will now have different feeds that you can subscribe to, so that only those that are interested will receive the gluten free and food allergy posts.

If you are a current subscriber nothing will change and you don’t have to do anything. You will continue to get get free updates to my main site either through RSS or email.

If you are gluten free, I suggest you continue to read and subscribe to my main site, but also read and subscribe to the new section of my site. This way you will get free updates on all my gluten free baked goods and tips. I also have some other ideas planned for the new section of my site.

I am really excited to be able to do this and I hope my readers enjoy it as well.

Thank you all for reading and following my adventures. You help make this site what it is.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. I think it’s a great idea! I also have a family with food allergies and gluten issues, so I can relate to what an adventure this can be.
    .-= flora´s last blog ..Gluten Free Birthday Cake =-.

  2. My mother is a celiac. She’s not all that computer saavy. I send her your recipes all the time. Please keep the section. If you are a celiac or know someone who is, you know how hard it is to find recipes that work.
    .-= Kim´s last blog ..Ole! Flat Out Chicken Burrito =-.

  3. yea! so fun to see this new section of your site.
    .-= SnoWhite´s last blog ..Herby Garlic Bread =-.

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