Recently I was informed that I am gluten insensitive and, after some resistance, I realized it could be a healthy choice. I also learned that I do not have to go without dessert, which was my biggest concern with this diet change.
At the beginning of the year, I was in New Zealand, which is far ahead of the USA with non-gluten options. Most restaurants offer gluten-free bread and cafes have delicious gluten-free muffins and cakes. My BFF in NZ introduced me to a fantastic book and blog written by Eleanor Ozich.
Here are a couple of my recent favorite recipes. You can use gluten-free flour for any baking, but the sticky apricot and almond butter puddings and coconut oil and lemon shortbread cookies do not use any grains, sugar or dairy and are absolutely delicious.
The colorful foliage is breathtaking in these photos and the kids look adorable in their matching outfits. The Nutt family really knew how to dress for the occasion. This is our third year shooting them, and we look forward to seeing the children and documenting how much they’ve grown throughout the years. It’s always a pleasure.
We are proud to announce that our daughters are now taking bookings for dog sessions during the month of April and May. This is the third year the girls will phởtograph beloved four-legged family members and donate the proceeds to the Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City. It has been such a great success we decided to do it again! This time Hoboken pet care service Trusty Tails (www.trustytails.com) has partnered up with speading the word.
The session fee is $95 for a 20-minute shoot and includes an 8×10 standard print chosen by the girls.
100% of this fee will be donated to the Liberty Humane Society.
Call the studio to book your session — 201 610 1199 — and let your friends know about this worthwhile cause.