A Blogger A Day: Silvana’s Kitchen

May 25, 2011 at 9:22 am 1 comment

A Blogger A Day, the Gluten-Free Way logoName: Silvana Nardone

Blogs at: www.silvanaskitchen.com
Tweets at: www.twitter.com/SilvanaNardone
Friend her at: Silvana Nardone on Facebook
On the bookshelf: Cooking for Isaiah: Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Recipes for Easy Delicious Meal. A second cookbook is in the works, and a digital gluten-free food & lifestyle magazine called Easy Eats will launch in the fall.

Why we’re fans: As a published cookbook author and former editor in chief of Every Day with Rachael Ray, Silvana has a lot of clout in the food industry. But she also is just a mom looking for good food to feed her kids. Her Mini Mac & Cheese Cakes were a hit among all age groups at Appetite for Awareness 2010, and recipes for important foods like birthday cake ensure that gluten-free families don’t miss out on life’s little (or big) celebrations.

Silvana Nardone

Silvana Nardone

Silvana’s Story: My now 14-year old son Isaiah was diagnosed as gluten intolerant 4 years ago, which changed the direction of our lives forever, like so many other families.

According to Silvana: The most unexpected part of going gluten-free was that Isaiah was open to trying so many new foods, which expanded his whole eating experience beyond his classic white foods diet.

A taste of Silvana’s Kitchen:

For more of NFCA’s Celiac Awareness Month celebration, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/awarenessmonth.

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  • 1. Shirley @ gfe  |  May 25, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    I had the pleasure of meeting and “hanging out” with Silvana at the GFAF Expo earlier this month. We had a great time and much in common to share. 🙂 Her jalapeno popper waffles were the talk of the Expo for sure. 😉 Silvana’s also very open and gracious about sharing her experiences with a teenager eating on his own/making his own choices. I think those are important discussions to have, so I thank her for those posts as well as her recipes!



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