It all started with bread. After the initial shock of being diagnosed with multiple food allergies, one of the first baking projects I tried was bread. The first surprise was learning that I couldn’t just substitute one kind of non-wheat flour for regular flour. I spent much money buying rice flour, oat flour, and several […]
Come Share Our Table
I love to entertain, to feed my friends. I love the discussions that happen during mealtime, to hear people’s stories. In my past life – prior to my allergy diagnosis – I created meals without any consideration for allergies or dietary considerations. I didn’t know anyone that had an allergy, at least that had admitted […]
Cheri Redgrave Extended interview with Deb Kos
As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Deb Kos, founder of debsdecorativelife.com, a personal organizer business. In this interview, Cheri talks to Deb about ideas for keeping kitchens organized and safe for food allergy sufferers. I hope you enjoy it.
Cheri’s extended interview with Pearl Cicci
As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Pearl Cicci, nutritionist, health coach, and founder of pearlcicci.com. Her insights on improved heath through balanced nutrition are worth a listen. I hope you enjoy it.
Traveling with food allergies is always a challenge and it’s been made even more so with Covid restrictions. Covid or no Covid, the key to having an adventure and not a disaster is pre-planning. As an example, traveling by car offers a ton of choices and challenges. For our situation, we normally don’t travel by […]
Cheri’s extended interview with Teresa Schweitzer
As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Teresa Schweitzer, founder of TsTonics. She talks about the healing properties of her plant-based teas, tonics, and balms. They are safe for kids and pets, and all grown by her family.
Cheri’s extended interview with Ruth Oesterman
As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Ruth Oesterman, founder of le Bonne Vie, a personal chef business. Her path through the distress of learning her husband had serious health issues to the success of her business today is inspirational. I […]
Tis the Season
My parents were born in 1916. Back then allergies were just something you handled, as my mom would say: “Toughen up and just get over it.” Peanuts were everywhere, and milk was given out with school lunches. Fresh Foods were local foods. I remember accompanying mom into the produce section and being thrilled that she […]
My Brady Bunch
I was adopted at birth. This past year I sent my DNA away to be tested to help me look for my birth relatives. Wow. I went from one living relative that I knew about, to over one hundred new relatives, the majority of whom are all living in close proximity to each other. The […]
Cheri’s Extended Interview with Leah Robilotto
During my Allergy Summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I interviewed Leah Robilotto. Leah has two sons; one has no food allergies, the other has 11 life threatening allergies. Leah’s challenges led her to found the food allergy institute and made it a life calling to help others in a similar […]