Meet Delia

About Me

Hello all and welcome to “Hey, What’s the Dealio?” I’m so glad you decided to stop by! 

I’m a daughter, sister, friend, cook, baker, workoutaholic and writer. This site is all about my love of food, working out, living a healthy life, traveling, spending time with family and friends and getting the most out of every day.

About this Blog

My blog is about celebrating old family traditions and creating new ones that I can pass on. It’s about mixing the simple with the complicated and the savory with the sweet. I enjoy developing recipes that appeal to a wide variety of audiences: quick and easy recipes, decadent desserts or healthier treats. This site is about me creating recipes and making things I love for my family and friends. I have a lot of fun on here and I hope you do too reading along.

I’m here to show that you can have delicious dishes that happen to be gluten free rather than gluten free dishes that happen to be delicious.

Email me at dmarymooney@gmail.com, tweet me @Bostondealio and follow me on Instagram at @heywhatsthedealio!

Disclaimer: I’m not a registered nutritionist, dietitian or doctor. All of my recipes, advice and opinions come from experience and experimentation in the kitchen, and from reading and enjoying other blogs and books. If you have any serious questions about your health or well-being, please see a licensed medical professional. 

 

3 Comments

  1. Kelsey Reaves

    Hi there!

    I really love your website, Hey What’s the Dealio, and was wondering if you ever have guest contributors? I work for Modernize.com and we would love to write something 🙂 Over the past few months, we’ve written for The Huffington Post and About.com and I think we can provide some pretty awesome content for your readers.
    Here are a few samples of our writing:
    4 Surprising Ways Home Decor Affects Mood (http://www.motherearthliving.com/your-natural-home/4-surprising-ways-home-decor-affects-mood.aspx)
    Small Space Gym Ideas (http://www.theskinnyonhealth.com/2015/01/12/small-space-home-gyms/)
    Looking forward to working with you!

    Kind regards,
    Kelsey

  2. Rubin Bernhard

    Saw the great train trips. You forgot or just don’t know the narrow gauge, 13 hour trip between Lima and Cusco. The train goes to the top of the andes by zig-zaging its way up. The tracks seem to barely hang onto the side of the mountain, breathtaking.

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