I am ready to get started on some Thanksgiving cooking! I’m not sure that it’s going to happen, but I thought I would at least start a list of the of good gluten free Thanksgiving recipes, mine and everyone else’s.
If you’d like to join in on this Gluten Free Thanksgiving Blog Event, you can submit a recipe post (just comment below), new or old, and I’ll add it to the list. Please add a link to your blog post directing your readers to this roundup post. For my non-blogging readers, feel free to post your favorite Thanksgiving recipes in the comments. I’ll take them out and add them to a separate “Readers’ Thanksgiving Recipes” post and link to them from here.
We’re planning to share Thanksgiving with John’s family this year. David is very excited to see his grandparents and aunt and uncle. And I know that they are all excited to see David and Grant (who’s already 7 months old and scooting and rolling around). Baby #3 is due in April and I’m exhausted so who knows how much cooking will actually get done. I’d like to work on my yeast roll recipe some more, but it may have to wait a few years =)
(November 2010 update: Wow, how fast that year went by. Grant is now 19 months and is already helping me cut out biscuits on Saturday mornings. David can roll-out gluten free pizza dough by himself at age 4, and Lucy (the #3 mentioned above) is 7 months old and scooting around the floor. By the way, I did get around to working on my gluten free yeast roll recipe and it’s amazing. I can’t wait to use it to scoop of gravy next week. If you’d like to try it, it’s included in our new e-book, The Gluten Free Survival Guide. There is also a recipe for Cream of ____ Soup – in the book. It comes with instructions on how to make the base recipe into Cream of Mushroom, Cream of Chicken, Cream of Celery, etc. The recipe can be used as a 1:: substitute for condensed cream of soups”
Turkey Sandwich with Cranberry and Arugula
How to make Gluten Free Cream of Mushroom Soup