Originally diagnosed with celiac disease in early ‘96, Sue's food direction changed most drastically when one of her daughters was diagnosed six months later. “I wanted to provide normalcy in a very trying situation,” explains Sue.
In the drive recapture her family's normalcy, Sue began to experiment with her own recipes but using ingredients their bodies could process.
Recipe experiments led to attending business conferences, and, with the support of her husband Doug, planted the seeds for both Sue's Gluten Free Products along with a celiac friendly camp for kids in 2004.
Sharing her kitchen creations with the Limestone City of Kingston has always been Sue's passion and now you can cook with her in your own kitchen.
Audiences can expect everything from calzones to cupcakes and bagels to cookies. Each recipe freezer friendly for easy prep.
As President of the Kingston Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association, Sue's message to those just starting out on their new-found lifestyle is that you are the lucky ones.
“I promise you it's a beautiful thing. You'll know more of what goes into your body and how it works. Life will become fun again.”