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Weekly Menu Plan–Thanksgiving Week 2013

Busy week ahead.  The kids are only in school for two days, snow is on the way and my mom arrives tomorrow!  Getting ready for the holiday isn’t just about cooking and/or baking, it involves cleaning.  The quickest way to plow through chores is to divide and conquer.  I wanted to make it fair, so [...]

Rudi’s Gluten-Free Stuffing Giveaway

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so now is the time to start thinking about your meal plan. Will you make the same dishes you do every year or will you try something new? For the most part I find that it is fairly simple to make all parts of our Thanksgiving dinner gluten-free, with [...]

Holiday Gluten-Free Sampling at Raisin Rack

The holidays are right around the corner.  You can deny it all you want, it won’t stop it from happening.  Instead of dreading the holidays and all of the meals that come along with them, try embracing them.  I have been there…navigating the holidays gluten-free can be challenging, but knowledge is power, right?  Plan and [...]

Jules Gluten Free Thanksgiving e-Book

It is almost that time of year again.  The weather is getting colder and the holiday decorations are starting to make their appearances in stores.  Halloween is a short 12 days away, so there is no better time to start planning your Thanksgiving meal. 

Jules Gluten Free has a special deal through Wednesday, October [...]

Thanksgiving Chat: Stuffing/Dressing

One of the first things I worried about when I started the gluten-free diet was my beloved Thanksgiving Day stuffing. Some people call it dressing, whatever, I call it delicious! I have tried many different bread options for the dish – gluten-free bread, gluten-free cornbread and most recently Canyon Bakehouse gluten-free bread.

Canyon Bakehouse [...]

Flying Feather 2011 Recap

Thanksgiving day started out with a 4 mile race around Dublin – Glacier Ridge Metro Park to be more specific.  The morning temperature was 37 degrees, but according to local meteorologists, the sun was supposed to come out shortly after the race began.  That never happened and there was a chilling wind, so I [...]

Holidays & How to Survive Part II

Now that we have discussed the social side of the holidays, it is time to discuss the behind-the-scenes part – food.  If you are visiting family or friends for the holidays, planning meals can be a little harder than if you were hosting the meal yourself. 

First order of business is to [...]