Beth Hillson

Beth Hillson is Food Editor of Living Without. Beth is President of the American Celiac Disease Alliance as well as the founder of the Gluten Free Pantry line of products. Beth will share her expertise on living with Celiac Disease as well as ideas and advice for cooking in and eating out.


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Recent Stories From this Author

Flavors of Jerusalem
February 25, 2015 The ancient city of Jerusalem is fascinating, filled with artifacts from three of the world’s major religions (Judaism,...

Ask the Chef - Why did my beautiful sheet of cookies turn into a big, ugly blob?
February 24, 2015 There are several reasons why cookies spread. For one, the dough may contain a little too much sugar. Sugar is hygroscopic (it...

Kitchen Goofs
February 24, 2015 Every cook bungles or burns something occasionally. Perhaps you’ve “caramelized” fruit in salt rather than sugar or tried to...

Ask the Chef - Help! What can I use in place of cornstarch?
December 16, 2014 I am allergic to corn. Which starch is the best substitution for cornstarch in the recipes in your magazine? Each starch has...

Bacon-Wrapped Figs
October 27, 2014 A mouthful of flavors awaits when you serve these appetizers. They can be assembled and refrigerated up to 24 hours before...

Gluten Free Polenta Crostini
October 27, 2014 For holiday parties, polenta is a flavorful and novel alternative to crackers or gluten-free French bread. With a readymade...

Chicken Pesto Meatballs
October 27, 2014 This gluten free appetizer can be made ahead and reheated just before serving. Shape the meatballs and refrigerate; bring them...

Festive Petit Fours
October 27, 2014 Add these delicate, bite-size cakes to your dessert table. People will think you worked all day to make them. Frosting them...

Dairy-Free Rum Balls
October 27, 2014 These are a perfect DIY gift for gluten-free, dairy-free friends over 21. For the younger crowd, replace the rum with orange...

Haystack Candies
October 27, 2014 The combination of sweet chocolate, tart cranberries and salty pretzels will have people coming back for more. Make a double...