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

Cucumber and Tomato Salad
March 3, 2015 This dish (called Fattoush) is traditionally served with torn pita bread that’s been soaked in olive oil. Bread of any sort...

Roasted Cauliflower with Olive Oil and Capers
March 3, 2015 Roasting a whole head of cauliflower at high heat creates beautifully caramelized florets and makes a lovely presentation. A...

Eggplant and Red Pepper Spread
March 3, 2015 In place of traditional chickpea hummus, try this tangy spread. An interesting variation on baba ganoush (a traditional...

Chocolate Apricot Torte
March 3, 2015 This rich torte is reminiscent of a chocolate mousse cake with the slightly tangy flavor of apricot and orange. Delicious and...

Lemony Coconut Macaroons with Chocolate Drizzle
March 3, 2015 Light and chewy, these macaroons are bursting with flavor. They can be made up to 3 days ahead and stored at room temperature....

Roasted Pomegranate Cornish Hens
March 2, 2015 This flavorful dish is even better when the hens marinate in the spices for several hours before roasting. You’ll find...

Lemon Currant Quinoa Pilaf
March 2, 2015 Enjoy this recipe any time of the year with quinoa or rice. For Passover, use Kosher for Passover quinoa.

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...