Cooking to enable those you love to flourish.
Are you cooking for food sensitivities, allergies or intolerances?
Did you ever imagine feeding your family could be so challenging or time consuming?
Whether you and your family have food allergies, food intolerances, food sensitivities or you just want to cook more whole foods – you are in the right place!! You will find encouragement, information, ideas and recipes to help you with the daily food battle. Every recipe will not work for you – but many of them will. Welcome to the
Food Sensitivity Kitchen
So glad you are here! Pull up a chair, and chat with me while I cook. Do you want a cup of tea?
Tell me about your family’s food story. Every food journey is unique. And it is always changing.
- Ours began 20 years ago when my husband discovered repeatable symptoms when he ate certain foods.
- Just this summer my daughter came home from college and she has a special diet that her doctor has prescribed to go along with her treatment regimen. Sigh. I think this is our seventh.
- Then my son added three new foods to his allergy list and is able to eat clams again!
- Tell me your story . . . .
Let me tell you what you will find here. . .
Holiday Stress Quiz
Reduce holiday food stress. The results of this 1 minute quiz will give you practical help for reducing holiday food stress.
Podcast & Recipes
Yummy food that your family will enjoy and help them to feel good after eating. Listen to my podcast, The Sensitive Kitchen, while you are chopping vegetables, going for a walk or doing the dishes. Some of our favorite recipes are here.
Live Cooking Challenge
Cooking Together: Breakfast
Are you looking for a community to share
One where you can share both successes and failures with people who understand how challenging cooking “differently” can be? Come cook breakfast with us in January!
The Sensitive Kitchen
Podcast & Blog
Comforting and soothing when warm, refreshing when cold, orange peel tea is a very low calorie beverage that delights both your taste buds and your pocketbook. Why make orange peel tea? Orange peel...
Apple "throwaways" (the apple peels and cores) make a delicious beverage you can serve warm or cold. Have you made apple sauce this fall? An apple pie or cake? What did you do with the apple cores...
Do you have tomatoes you have picked off the vine before the first frost? What are you going to do with the very green ones? The ones with no trace of pink appearing usually never turn red - but...
A dietitian’s eating philosophy
I believe that there are many ways to eat a healthy diet. I focus on eating more whole foods including: fruit, vegetables, lean protein, whole grains, and dairy. I believe most people can fit their favorite foods into a healthy diet. Eating is about pleasure and community as well as providing the nutrients our bodies need.
I encourage families to enjoy healthy food together. Special emphasis here is to give food-sensitive families the tools and skills to ensure every member feels good after eating.
Why do my pictures look different?
A couple of words about the food and pictures you will find here. The pictures on my website are pictures I have taken of real food that my family has eaten. I do not style food and throw it away just to make it look pretty. I also do not develop from scratch most of the the recipes you will find here. I usually begin with a recipe and modify it. Sometimes it is modified so much that it becomes my own. Sometimes I do not modify it at all – well hardly at all. Then you will find the source and perhaps a link.
What her students have to say . . .
Cindy really knows her stuff and kept the lectures interesting. I think all the topics were introduced so we could relate it on a personal, practical level. Great energy every class!
Now when I go to the grocery store I tend to be more careful and make sure that I read any and all labels before purchasing. I liked how interactive you were with the class! You were very hands on and always eager to answer any questions. You are very patient. I appreciate that you take the time to make each student feel welcome.
Offered endless advice and assistance to anyone who needed it. Helping students understand the subject matter in simple and concise ways. Being able to take large, multifaceted ideas and beak it down to just meat and potatoes (sometimes literally). Genuinely works with students respectfully and earnestly. Organized.