Green Tea Gelée with Black Grapes and Honeydew Melon

Green Tea Gelée with Black Grapes and Honeydew Melon

Summer is over, but late summer flavors still linger in our gardens… or at least in our grocery baskets! Here’s a treat for when you fancy somethingRead More

Coconut-banana crème

Coconut-banana crème

Having lived for over four years in the rainy, dreary North England, I almost never get tired of the California sun. Except for September… somehow, everyRead More

Melon Jello!

Melon Jello!

The low FODMAP protocol is extremely harsh on fruit lovers… my heart still aches a little every time I go through my favourite grocery store andRead More

Welcome to Squashablanca!

When your love for onion rings, whipped cream latté and apple pie has to surrender in the face of a gastrointestinal war... when the world becomes a bleak place, full of chicken soup and carrots... do not despair! There's more than one sweet fish in the sea, and your culinary adventures have only just begun. I hereby present you Squashablanca, the land of plenty for people following a low-sugar version of the low FODMAP diet. Enjoy your food!

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