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Gluten- Free Thanksgiving Menu

Last week, I shared a Traditional Thanksgiving Menu. I told you a little about my Mom and her knack for making stuffing and orange jello salad. I wrote about how Mom makes the best Thanksgiving dinner ever. Well… Mom has had to make some changes in her life recently.  She’s had to go gluten-free.   Mom was feeling very sick earlier this year, and after many, many tests, the docs finally figured out that she had Celiac Disease. The gluten in her diet is what was making her sick. So she’s had to change her diet to one that is completely gluten-free– not an easy feat when you’re in your later years, but thanks to companies that are producing more gluten-free products, restaurants that are more sympathetic to dietary needs and blogs like Gluten Free Girl, she is doing pretty well with it all.

If you’re not familiar with what Celiac Disease is all about, here’s a brief synopsis:
Celiac disease is an inherited condition that causes an extreme physical reaction when gluten is ingested from grains like wheat, barley, and rye. The condition is not curable, and can become severe, damaging the small intestine and causing poor absorption of vitamins and minerals or malnutrition. Though it usually cannot be cured, gluten intolerance can be addressed by avoiding products which contain gluten.

So in honor of Mom, and all of the other folks who need to eat gluten-free, I’ve put together a completely gluten-free Thanksgiving Menu. By the way, everything on the menu is completely edible and delicious–even for those who can eat gluten.

Roasted turkey is pretty easy to do gluten-free. You just need to be careful about buying a turkey that has not been injected with any ingredients that contain gluten. I’m directing you to the Gluten Free Girl & The Chef blog for how they roast a turkey and make gluten free gravy.

This is a creamy mashed potato recipe that is very simple to make-ahead. Potatoes are naturally gluten-free, and added dairy products make it creamy and delicious:  Creamy Oven-Baked Mashed Potatoes.

Stuffing, oh stuffing. That’s a tougher one to make gluten-free. I decided to make a gluten free cornbread stuffing. I started with a GF cornbread mix, used a fabulous GF dried bread cube stuffing mix from Whole Foods Market, and added in bacon and sauteed vegetables. We all thought this was a pretty fabulous stuffing: Cornbread and Bacon Stuffing. The flavor and texture were just as you might find in a classic bread stuffing.

Every Thanksgiving dinner needs sweet potatoes or yams, right? These yams are simply roasted with a caramelized orange syrup and topped with marshmallows (gluten free!):  Caramelized Yams with Toasted Marshmallows.

I’m sure there are quite a few Celiac’s out there who might be missing the classic Campbell’s Green Bean Casserole. This recipe is a terrific substitute and it was my favorite dish of this menu: Fresh Green Bean Casserole with Caramelized Onion- Breadcrumbs. Fresh green beans are mixed with a creamy fresh mushroom sauce. The french fried onions in the original Campbell’s recipe are replaced here by caramelized onions mixed with GF breadcrumbs. SO good.

Classic Cranberry Sauce is another one that is easy to make naturally gluten-free. This recipe is tainted with a little bit of sweetness, orange zest and spice.

For dessert, I made a Ginger- Pumpkin Pie with a gingersnap crust. Gluten-free gingersnaps are pretty easy to find. I wasn’t sure how they would taste, but they’re actually pretty close in flavor and texture to regular gingersnaps. My son ate them up like they were any old cookie, and they worked great as the crust for this pie. A little added fresh ginger in this pie gives it even more zing.

My family ate and enjoyed all of these dishes for a pre-Thanksgiving meal last week, and we’re not even a gluten-free family :)

Shauna and Danny Ahern have recently published this book: The Gluten Free Girl and the Chef. It’s a beautiful book, a romantic love-story between the two of them, and it includes some lovely recipes for those gluten-intolerant folks- who would like to live a normal life, cook up a storm and eat good food… food like Multigrain Waffles, Berry Pancakes, Gluten-Free Crackers, Warm Polenta with Goat Cheese, Crusty Loaf Bread, Focaccia Bread, Fresh Gluten-Free Pasta, Bacon-Wrapped Pork Belly, Chicken Braised in Red Wine, Boeuf Bourguignon, Blackberry- Peach Crumble, Fresh Pear Tart, Cinnamon Creme Brulee, and Chocolate- Peanut Butter Brownies. Sounds excellent, even if you’re a gluten-eater, right?? Yes, this cookbook would be nice for gluten-eaters, too.

Shauna (the Gluten Free Girl) has an amazing story. I’ve had the chance to see Shauna speak at a couple of conferences this year, and I can tell you with 100% certainty that she is truly passionate about creating gluten-free food for herself and her family and the readers of her blog.  She’s the real deal.

You can purchase your own copy of The Gluten Free Girl and the Chef here.

Recipes for the Thanksgiving dishes featured above can be found by clicking on the recipe titles.

Special thanks to Shauna, the Gluten Free Girl, for her assistance with my Mom’s journey into gluten-free eating, and to the publisher- Wiley & Sons for providing a copy of The Gluten Free Girl and the Chef for one lucky RecipeGirl reader.

127 Responses to “Gluten- Free Thanksgiving Menu”

  1. postedNov 15, 2010 3:49 AM

    Lovely post. This will be my third completely gluten free Thanksgiving. Thank you for sharing your beautiful menu.

  2. postedNov 15, 2010 5:36 AM

    We try to eat very little gluten for a number of reasons, type 2 diabetes runs in my husband’s family and I have type 1 diabetes. Makes for easier control of blood sugars when you are not gluten crazy. hee hee

  3. postedNov 15, 2010 5:47 AM

    This looks like a great menu! People always ask me what I eat after I tell them I can’t have gluten, and I just try to explain to them how many great foods are naturally gluten-free. It seems like a scary transition at first but it’s a completely livable lifestyle.

  4. postedNov 15, 2010 6:05 AM

    Sorry your mom has celiac disease, Lori. I have a nephew with it and know exactly what it involves. You did a super job with the menu…your mom will be so pleased!

  5. postedNov 15, 2010 6:17 AM

    I was diagnosed with Celiac disease last Summer, so this will be my second gluten free Thanksgiving. I feel much more confident this year than last year. Thanks for the great info.!

  6. postedNov 15, 2010 6:25 AM

    Wow, what a great spread! I want a bite of everything:)

  7. postedNov 15, 2010 6:47 AM

    Everything looks great!

  8. postedNov 15, 2010 7:05 AM

    Those potatoes look amazing!

  9. postedNov 15, 2010 7:06 AM

    This looks awesome! Thank you for sharing. I will be adding a bunch of g-free dishes to my (first) Thanksgiving meal because my mom was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease. I’m going to try a stuffing recipe I got from a friend made with gluten-free waffles.

  10. postedNov 15, 2010 7:30 AM

    Awesome post! All of it looks fabulous! I look forward to meeting you at some point soon!! Happy holidays!

  11. postedNov 15, 2010 7:32 AM

    This is going to be my first gluten-free Thanksgiving and I am excited to try some of these recipes!! Thanks :)

  12. postedNov 15, 2010 7:35 AM

    I’d love to win this book for my sister!

  13. postedNov 15, 2010 7:36 AM
    April Hunt

    I have two friends that have Celiac disease so I am always looking for recipes for them!! Love your blog!

  14. postedNov 15, 2010 8:06 AM

    I have celiac disease. I’ve been gluten free for 7.5 years. People like the gluten free girl inspire me to keep trying new recipes and new products. I’d say my cooking is much more adventurous now than when I could eat gluten!

  15. postedNov 15, 2010 8:32 AM

    I love the Thanksgiving menu :) Great food and gluten free too!! I would love to win the cookbook!

  16. postedNov 15, 2010 8:47 AM

    The book and its recipes sound amazing. I’d love to win a copy as I was diagnoised with coeliac disease myself only 2 months ago after I lost lots of weight and was feeling unwell. Its completely changed how I look at food so I can understand how your mum must be feeling. The pumpkin pie looks delicious.
    P.S. I’m from the UK tho

  17. postedNov 15, 2010 9:01 AM
    Brooke Kittle

    Wow! I had no idea you could make gluten free look so yummy! I would love to convert my family to low gluten diets. Hope I win the cookbook to start me on my way!

  18. postedNov 15, 2010 9:11 AM

    This recipe book looks fantastic. I do not know anyone who has been diagnosed with celiac disease but I have always wanted to try gluten free recipes and this book would be a great way to start.

  19. postedNov 15, 2010 9:15 AM

    my daughter does not have Celiac but she is sensitive to Gluten. Sometimes she can tolerate it and sometimes not.

  20. postedNov 15, 2010 9:24 AM

    Great post! I’ve got a couple friends with Celiac, this would help me a lot when I have them over for dinner.

  21. postedNov 15, 2010 9:35 AM
    dayna f.

    what a great post!

    i would LOVE to win this book for my best friend who has Celiac.

  22. postedNov 15, 2010 10:04 AM

    Sounds so delicious and so very inspiring. My seasonal cravings have officially begun!

  23. postedNov 15, 2010 10:20 AM

    My best friend and my sister’s best friend’s son are both celiacs. I will send them your blog to give them some Thanksgiving ideas. Thanks!

  24. postedNov 15, 2010 10:38 AM

    I would LOVE to own this cookbook since I have Celiac’s!!! What an AWESOME giveaway!

  25. postedNov 15, 2010 10:43 AM
    Alisha White

    Wow! What a great post! All the menu items look delicious, and I can’t wait to try them! I have been gluten free since April when it was discovered that I have a gluten intolerance, and my mother found out she has celiacs aroung the same time. This book looks like a great item to start a NEW collection of cookbooks!

  26. postedNov 15, 2010 10:48 AM

    This is my 3rd GF Thanksgiving and the past ones weren’t good watching every one eat great food that I couldn’t. Now I have some great looking recipes to try..thanks!

  27. postedNov 15, 2010 11:03 AM

    Congrats on the book! While I do not have celiac disease, I feel much better when I eat a gluten free diet. Your blog has opened my eyes to a whole new world of options. Thanks!

  28. postedNov 15, 2010 11:09 AM

    Everything looks so delicious, especially the mashed potatoes and stuffing!

  29. postedNov 15, 2010 11:27 AM

    I think my second cousin has it. He can’t eat gluten, he’s lactose intolerant, and he hates vegetables. So he pretty much just eats meat and fruit. Poor guy.

  30. postedNov 15, 2010 11:54 AM

    I would love to win a copy! I found out I had celiac almost 3 years ago and it’s definitely been interesting!

  31. postedNov 15, 2010 12:02 PM

    Gluten Free diets are oftten times the way to go – a much healther way of eating!

    You GF stuffing looks awesome!

  32. postedNov 15, 2010 12:12 PM

    Just last Tuesday, I was diagnosed with Celiacs. Changing to a Gluten-free lifestyle has definitely proven to be difficult, but I know once I embrace this change and have an arsenal of recipes, I will feel much better. Can’t wait!

  33. postedNov 15, 2010 12:58 PM
    Tina K

    This is my first gluten free turkey day. Thanks for the wonderful looking recipes, I’m so going to make that pie!!

  34. postedNov 15, 2010 2:23 PM

    A few of my friends have celiac… its so hard on them!

  35. postedNov 15, 2010 3:46 PM
    Kat connelly

    Thank you very much. Tried to do gluten free txgiving last year. The stuffing & pie left much to be desired. Although it was a fun adventure to try something new!

  36. postedNov 15, 2010 4:07 PM

    Looks great!That Ginger-Pumpkin Pie looks nummy!

  37. postedNov 15, 2010 4:18 PM

    I am not GF but I have a really good friend with GF/CF 2 year old triplets! She is having to completely revamp their diet. This would be a great gift for her!

  38. postedNov 15, 2010 4:58 PM

    After 20+ years of being told I have “some type of arthritis”, we finally found out that I am gluten intolerant. This will be my first gluten-free Thanksgiving. I’ve been feeling very overwhelmed with everything I need to watch for. Thank you so much for posting all of these recipes. It will definitely make my transition easier.

  39. postedNov 15, 2010 5:10 PM
    Jacquie Olsen

    I’m new to this gluten-free diet lifestyle but am trying to learn how to incorporate it. This cookbook sounds wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity.

  40. postedNov 15, 2010 5:58 PM

    I’m all about that Green Bean Casserole. Can’t wait to try some of these.

  41. postedNov 15, 2010 6:59 PM

    Looks like an awesome Thanksgiving!

  42. postedNov 15, 2010 7:09 PM
    Pat Curtin

    Gluten free is hard at first since you’re so used to eating foods with gluten. But as these recipes show, once you get used to it it’s fairly easy to go gluten free and still have a great meal. Thanks for helping raise awareness of celiac’s and the fact that it doesn’t condemn people to a lifetime of bad food!

  43. postedNov 15, 2010 7:13 PM

    Oooh! I cannot wait to try these out!

  44. postedNov 15, 2010 8:31 PM

    I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease a year and a half ago, and it was Shauna’s first book, Gluten-Free Girl that kept me going in those first few (very rough) weeks. This is actually my second gluten-free Thanksgiving, and I’m always in charge of making the cinnamon rolls. A month ago I found out I have more food allergies, so I’m adjusting again. It’s nice to finally feel better.

    At any rate, I would *love* a copy of Shauna and Danny’s book. Happy Thanksgiving!

  45. postedNov 15, 2010 10:22 PM

    My teen daughter’s classmate has celiac, her father has Crohns and my daughter has food allergies to dairy, egg and gluten. Thanks for the amazing recipes!

  46. postedNov 15, 2010 10:44 PM

    There as a old co-worker who said she couldn’t process certain foods well, but she never went into it. Didn’t know at the time that she had Celiac’s, but that’s definitely what it was. It’s hard to imagine how the disease can be so physically debilitating unless you have it, but of course, there are so many recipes and cookbooks now that provide endless gluten-free meals for people with or without the ailment. No need to feel like you’re missing out on gluten!

  47. postedNov 16, 2010 2:54 AM
    Erinfrom Long Island

    My bff is gluten intolerant but I am not sure if she is officially Celiac.

  48. postedNov 16, 2010 3:26 AM

    This is clearly the book I have been needing for a very long time. I am allergic to all grains, not only the one’s mentioned. This book could help me to stop feeling around in the dark. : )

  49. postedNov 16, 2010 4:08 AM

    what an awesome book! everything in this post looks so delicious!

  50. postedNov 16, 2010 4:50 AM

    It has been a challenge for me to follow gluten-free diet, but for the sake of improving my quality of life it is something I must continue to do. This cookbook makes it look easy even for someone like me to eat gluten-free without feeling “left out.”

  51. postedNov 16, 2010 5:14 AM
    Kristina Boroff

    Your recipes are wonderful and I will be sharing this with friends that have been told they have Celiac also. They will love hearing about your book and ideas.

  52. postedNov 16, 2010 5:58 AM

    One of my good friends is gluten-free, I believe – she never talks about it, so I don’t know if she has Celiac disease (does it even occur in 21-year-olds?) but her diet is strictly limited to gluten-free items and she always looks longingly at our dishes. My plan is to make a dinner without any gluten in it one day and invite her to have some. : )

    • November 16th, 2010 @ 6:34 AM

      @Inbar, I’m sure she would really appreciate that. Lovely idea! Yes, it’s typically an inherited disease, and it varies at what age people are diagnosed. Sometimes young kids just tend to show symptoms of gluten-intolerance… and the doctors/parents don’t recognize it as Celiac for quite some time.

  53. postedNov 16, 2010 6:18 AM

    It sounds as if a gluten free diet is not as restrictive as I originally thought. Dinner looks fantastic!

    • November 16th, 2010 @ 6:31 AM

      @rb, Exactly… you can eat very good food with no gluten at all, and that’s what Shauna shows you in her book :)

  54. postedNov 16, 2010 6:48 AM

    My inlaws and my children all all gluten free. So I appreciate all the recipes, and tips so that I can prepare a gluten free Thanksgiving meal for them.

  55. postedNov 16, 2010 8:49 AM
    Ashley L.

    My step-mother just found out that she has celiac’s disease. She is having a hard time finding recipes that she can make! What a great cookbook!

  56. postedNov 16, 2010 9:16 AM

    My best friend in high school had Celiac disease and that was when I first learned about the gluten-free

  57. postedNov 16, 2010 9:41 AM

    For the past 7 years I have been hosting a Gluten Free Thanksgiving. My nephew who is now in high school was diagnosed with Celiacs as a child. It means so much to me to be able to do this for him. I am really happy to see so many more gluten free options. Thank you for posting your recipes!

  58. postedNov 16, 2010 9:56 AM

    This is great! Thanks for posting it on FB! My Step-Mother, who is coming in town for Thanksgiving, will appreciate any of this that I can make. She was struck with extreme arthritis inher 20s and it has taken over her life. During a complication with her Arthritis about 5 years ago they found that she also suffers from celiac disease. No one had ever thought of it before, but since she started a strict gluten-free diet she has much better days now!

  59. postedNov 16, 2010 10:02 AM

    What an amazing feast! I’m sure your mom and your family won’t miss the gluten at all!

    Everything looks so fantastic and you’re totally right of course, people can eat great food without gluten. I’m kinda mouthwatering over your green bean casserole and pumpkin pie. I can’t wait for Thanksgiving…

  60. postedNov 16, 2010 10:09 AM

    Thanks for sharing! This will be my first Thanksgiving without gluten.

  61. postedNov 16, 2010 10:12 AM

    I’m an email subscriber and would love to win!

  62. postedNov 16, 2010 10:30 AM

    i’m sure everyone could do well from eating gluten free! congrats on the new cookbook!

  63. postedNov 16, 2010 10:40 AM
    Monica Gwin

    I just love your recipes, and articles, I have you on facebook and love to see you post new recipes to try. Would love to have this book you are giving away! God bless you.

  64. postedNov 16, 2010 10:43 AM

    While some need a gluten-free Thanksgiving, my niece is allergic to, well, everything else. Here is a guest article I wrote about preparing a Thanksgiving meal with allergies to common foods and food additives in mind. Would love to have you read it!

  65. postedNov 16, 2010 11:01 AM

    Wow this is a great gluten free menu! I don’t have Celiac disease but a close family member of mine was diangosed this year, has the Gluten Free Girl’s first book and loves it! Thanks for the post!

  66. postedNov 16, 2010 11:06 AM
    Barbara Herrington

    I’m a little confused about bread crumbs: does that not contain gluten? I’m very new in the gluten-free world, but trying to learn.

    • November 16th, 2010 @ 12:42 PM

      @Barbara Herrington, Yes, regular breadcrumbs absolutely contain gluten. There are gluten free bread options at specialty markets, and some regular grocery stores even carry it- usually in the frozen health food section.

  67. postedNov 16, 2010 12:17 PM

    Thank you for this very needed cookbook. I have friends that are affected by this disease, and these recipes are their life savers. I do agree that we all could benefit from a gluten free diet, and I know this first hand. My daughter and I went on this gluten free diet, and did we feel so much better, and I am so happy to see that this move is becoming famous and now we have more choices, how cool is this?

  68. postedNov 16, 2010 12:44 PM
    Penny S

    My daughter’s best friend and her mother have Celiacs. I always make sure to have GF foods around the house.

  69. postedNov 16, 2010 12:50 PM

    Thank you for this! Our friend has celiac and we always try to find new recipes when we cook for him. I’ll send this link to his family right away!

  70. postedNov 16, 2010 12:50 PM
    Brooke S

    A sweet girlfriend is managing her MS with a GF diet. Would love to gift her with this book! Thanks.

  71. postedNov 16, 2010 12:54 PM

    Lori, you went all out – what a feast! I would love to give this book to my dad, who follows a mostly-GF diet for his arthritis.

  72. postedNov 16, 2010 1:07 PM

    I would love this book, my husband was just diagnosed with a disease that requires gluten free food and since we are your typical young couple who like mostly junk food, I have no idea where to start. I would love a book with recipes and since I do love to cook it would come in handy!!

  73. postedNov 16, 2010 1:09 PM

    I really enjoyed your post. My mom became Celiac a couple years ago & I am always looking for new recipes & things to try that will be good for her. She knows what she needs to stay away from. But I enjoy trying to make desserts & such that she can’t get anywhere else because it’s not an option.
    Thanks for sharing!

  74. postedNov 16, 2010 1:25 PM

    Yay, I’d love to get a copy. My mom recently developed a severe GF intolerence and the rest of us try to stay away from it simply for health benefits.

  75. postedNov 16, 2010 2:01 PM

    I would love to win this book for my friend Christine who has Celiac disease. We’re trying to learn all we can so we can make her feel welcome at our Thanksgiving dinner!

  76. postedNov 16, 2010 2:05 PM

    I’d love a copy of this book, since I have relatives with celiac’s. I’m happy that more books like this, and for people who suffer from food allergies, are now more available than ever. 😀

  77. postedNov 16, 2010 2:11 PM

    my sister is gluten intolerant. this book looks amazing!

  78. postedNov 16, 2010 2:14 PM

    I live in Paris and the thought of having to forsake French bread is very scary, but have so many friends who are gluten-free and have been having some gluten free meals in restaurants here and I must say, I’m impressed! Love Gluten Free Girl, she was really the pioneer in what is now a famous move to GF cooking. Bravo, GFG and Bravo to you- great site! Bisous from France

  79. postedNov 16, 2010 2:26 PM

    I don’t know anyone personally with the disease.
    I am a big fan of gluten free girl and have always loved her recipes.
    Also, that stuffing photo is making me hungry!!!

  80. postedNov 16, 2010 2:44 PM
    Wendy Jo

    My son is 2 and gluten intolerant. As a family we made the decision to live gluten free in support of him.

  81. postedNov 16, 2010 2:49 PM
    Deb Davis

    Thanks for the great post! There needs to be more information on gluten free cooking and I appreciate this!

  82. postedNov 16, 2010 2:55 PM

    Wow, Lori, how wonderful that you created a meal your mom could thoroughly enjoy! I only know of one person affected by this, but they live quite far from me. However, like you said, all can eat deliciously this way, and my guess is that it also encourages much healthier eating all the way around. :)

  83. postedNov 16, 2010 4:01 PM

    My uncle was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease and I think my aunt would really appreciate this book! Thanks for the informative post…I think I’m going to make the pumpkin mash for our family Thanksgiving next week.

  84. postedNov 16, 2010 4:21 PM
    Mary Markley

    Thank you for the great resources for a Gluten Free Thanksgiving. My mom discovered her gluten allergy just this past summer so each holiday or occasion is a challenge to find ways to incorporate her favorite foods into Gluten free.

  85. postedNov 16, 2010 4:44 PM

    I have a friend who was recently diagnosed and is struggling to find foods that she wants to eat. I would love to be able to gift her with this book!

    Your whole meal looks good but that green bean casserole is making me drool!!!!

  86. postedNov 16, 2010 4:45 PM
    Stephanie C

    My friend’s little girl has celiac. I’m going to send a link to your blog right now. I’m sure it will help with her Thanksgiving plans.

  87. postedNov 16, 2010 5:24 PM

    I would love this cookbook! This is my first gluten free thanksgiving and it would be greatly used!

  88. postedNov 16, 2010 6:08 PM

    It all looks absolutely wonderful. I’m looking forward to cooking my first GF Thanksgiving. Several family members have chosen a GF lifestyle. I love new ideas.

  89. postedNov 16, 2010 6:22 PM

    I would love to learn more about eating this way. I do not know anyone with the disease, but do know some folks who eat gluten-free. Thanks!

  90. postedNov 16, 2010 6:47 PM

    I am new to the Gluten Free lifestyle and I keep cheating….. Each morsel is a new start and I’m getting better. My motivation is that I feel so much better and my eczema bothers me much less when I stick to the diet. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  91. postedNov 16, 2010 7:06 PM

    I have always been intrigued by gluten-free recipes…I would love to see the recipes in this cookbook!

  92. postedNov 16, 2010 7:39 PM

    What a menu! If there’s an empty seat at your table this year, please let me know! And look at that stuffing. Seconds please!

  93. postedNov 16, 2010 8:54 PM

    My sister-in-law has a gluten intolerance. I am going to surprise her with a few of these recipes on the table, just for her.

  94. postedNov 16, 2010 9:27 PM
    Natasha H

    I have a friend who I would love to gift this to. She has had such a struggle with her allergies and things. She is on the up in her learning curve but living in a household full of growing people she struggles to meet her needs and their needs. This would be a perfect gift fo her. Her b-day is soon. What an idea. Thanks.

  95. postedNov 16, 2010 9:31 PM

    I would love the gluten free cookbook as half my in law family has celiac and it is not easy coming up with new and delicious gluten free recipes.

  96. postedNov 16, 2010 9:31 PM

    Lori….Terrific post. Everything looks wonderful….Christmas???

  97. postedNov 16, 2010 9:39 PM
    Jenn Harrison

    This intrigues me.

  98. postedNov 16, 2010 9:43 PM

    I know a couple of folks who have celiac disease or gluten allergies, and have tried some of their gluten-free foods that they must eat to remain healthy, and I can tell you many gluten-free foods are just as tasty and good-for-you as non-gluten-free food. Kudos to all of the blogs and cookbook writers who are giving celiacs and “non-celiacs” alike healthier, delicious new options.

  99. postedNov 16, 2010 9:44 PM

    You book looks fabulous- i have been umming and ahhing over whether to given gluten free a go. I have been tested for coelic disease but was given the all clear but i have CFS which i cannot shift and am willing to give anything a go. It was suggested that i give a gluten free diet a go to see if i have an intolerance which could be adding to my fatigue. With you beautiful book i am sure the process for my family and i would be a breeze.

  100. postedNov 16, 2010 9:55 PM

    Would love to get my hands on this cook book!

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