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Surprising Signs of Gluten Intolerance

I Forgot, I'm Sorry: The Fibro Fogged Brain

I must admit, I was all set to give you a post on caring for children while having Fibromyalgia.  The wheels have been churning all day for the post, but those thoughts will have to come another day because I something else just grabbed my attention, my Fibro Fogged Brain.

Fog is something that I'm so used to that I almost forget it's there-- AND YES!-- that pun is COMPLETELY intended!

I'm a lot like the rest of society.  I forget phone numbers because I have my phone.  I even forget important dates because I diligently put them in my phone to forget.  But the thing that irritates me the most is when I forget to connect with the people I care about. 

There are times when you will see me on Facebook "liking" what seems like hundreds of comments.  I may spend some time in a forum and comment a few dozen times in one day.  You also might find me responding to emails, or blog comments in a large number too.  Why?  Well, the answer is simple.

I forgot.  I forgot that …

New App Can Help You Predict Weather Related Flares

I have not personally had the chance to look into this phone app so I'm not very sure on its pricing.  I will check it out soon and let you know what I think, but it sure looks fascinating!  FINALLY someone gets that our aliments can be linked to the weather and that's, well, PRICELESS!
http://medcitynews.com/2013/09/like-a-meteorologist-for-your-health-good-days-forecasts-flare-ups-in-autoimmune-conditions/


Stay fabulous!
Love and friendship,

Kimberley

Sausage Stuffed Peaches Over a Bed of Onions and Rice

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I have to admit that this recipe is one of my left over creations.  I had a 3 small pork chops and some rice with onions (Mashkoul) left over from yesterday and I needed to combine it with something new.  Call me a true Italian-- I hate to waste food!  My pork chops had a Dove Chocolate Spiced Rub on them which gives this dish a nice spice to it.  But brown sugar with some nutmeg and cinnamon would also go nicely!  The rice is a great recipe all on it's own and you can find it here:

http://www.food.com/recipe/rice-with-onion-mashkoul-418082

Now for my creation which serves 5:

Ingredients:

10 ripe peaches pitted and skin removed
2 cups prepared rice with onion (mashkoul) minus the baking time in recipe
1 pound of sweet chicken sausage (I used Alfresco)
3 small cooked boneless pork chops (mine had a Dove Chocolate Spiced Rub)
3 eggs
3/4 cup of bread crumbs
1/4 of grated Parmesan cheese
1-2 cups of water

Method:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Cut up peaches and remove pits and skin. …