It’s been a while since I did our fun feature where I highlighted other gluten-free bloggers that I think are doing a great job in the gluten-free community. I have many ideas for bloggers in mind but if you know of someone you would just love to see featured please e-mail me at [email protected]
The gluten-free blogger I will be featuring today is a very sweet lady with lots of passion for blogging. Her recipes and photographs are just gorgeous! They definitely make you want to cook. I now introduce to you, Crysty of Garden of Gluten Free!
Please tell everyone a little about yourself.
I am a musician, a mother, a wife…
I love to laugh and find the amusing side of life.
I have traveled all over the world, and experienced
some truly wonderful things.
I was diagnosed with Celiac immediately following the loss of my second child en utero.
Please tell me about your gluten-free blog.
My blog is recipe based, but not your average GF cookie and cake blog.
I am tackling recipes like tempura shrimp sushi, Korean beef and pot stickers.
All the recipes I have including in my blog have been tested and
retested until they are perfect.
I only add recipes I love and am craving, and they are delicious! Try them!
How long have you been blogging?
I have been blogging for a couple years, but only recently blogging gluten-free.
Why did you start a gluten-free blog?
I recently read somewhere that “deprivation breeds creativity.”
When I was diagnosed with celiac, something changed in me. All of a
sudden I was driven to make delicious food. I wanted to feel normal, like
I didn’t have any limitations.
I didn’t want to settle for some mediocre, poor mans GF version of
food. I wanted my food to taste just as amazing as the next guys.
It basically became an obession to learn how make delicious food.
I started the blog because I wanted to share my journey with others
struggling with celiac. I wanted to take something terrible and turn it into
What kinds of products do you feature on your blog?
Currently, I promote whatever cookbook I am enjoying,
or the odd kitchen gadget I have found useful.
What would you like to see with your gluten-free blog in the future?
I think the sky is the limit! I would love to expand and start to network
more with other GF bloggers. Certainly I want to continue to add more recipes.
What do you love about gluten-free blogging most?
I love how I feel at the end of the day after writing.
But what I love MOST about it is that I feel it brings hope.
Do you do giveaways? If so, what was your favorite giveaway?
I haven’t yet, but would really like too!
Tell me some of your favorite gluten-free blogs that you read.
How can people find you?
They can find me at