Gluten-Free Wednesdays 11/24/10

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I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving this week.  If you didn’t see my recent posts, I have 10 Gluten-Free Holiday Tips and a roundup of a few of my Thanksgiving worthy recipes.

November’s Challenge: Make a Gluten-Free Pie.  Link your pie recipes here on Wednesdays, and I’ll highlight them the following week.

Last Week’s Highlights:  I’m thrilled to have lots of pies and related recipes to highlight this week.

Pumpkin Cream Pie from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Tart from Gluten Free A-Z Blog
No Roll, Never Fail Press in Pie Crust from gluten free easily
Food Allergy Friendly Pumpkin Pie from Gluten Free & Loving It
Jeweled Coconut Cream Pie from Gluten Free Gigi
Bananas Foster Cream Pie from Sugar & Spice
Vegan Walnut Pie from The Mommy Bowl
Vegan Spinach Pie from Book of Yum
Spinach, Mushroom, & Tomato Quiche from Cozy Home Scenes

Squash Fest:  Don’t forget to stop by on Thursdays for a guest post on squash. We’ll be taking a break this week, but there will be one more the following week from Ellen of I Am Gluten Free.

My Submission:

Butternut squash soup

The Carnival:  If you’re new, please read the guidelines.  Thanks for participating, and don’t forget to leave a link back.

About Linda Etherton

Linda has been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease which propelled me into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious, and I never apologize for serving it.
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  1. Stephanie says:

    Hmmm, I've decided I am not such a rule follower. Yet again, I have posted 2 NON-pie (but very similar to pie) recipes! You can choose to use them or not, but regardless, hope someone enjoys them :)

    Maybe once I see all the delicious pies you're gathering I will get the nerve to actually try one!

  2. ChickiePea says:

    No pies made yet for me, but I linked to my Southern-style Turkey Dressing (similar to stuffing, but cut into squares.) It's traditionally made with cornbread, but we are off corn, so I made a millet-based bread as the base.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. I think I did the Linky Thing correctly. Have a lovely Thanksgiving holiday!

  4. Pat @ Elegantly, Gluten-Free says:

    Your blog is one of the things I'm thankful for this Thanksgiving. Best wishes for a wonderful holiday!

  5. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    I've done my pies and pie crusts already, so it's back to some muffins today. But they are seasonal and great for Thanksgiving since they are Pumpkin Corn Muffins. :-)

    I echo what Pat says, Linda. I'm thankful for you and your blog! Have a fabulous Thanksgiving!


  6. Lorraine says:

    This soup recipe is great for using up leftover turkey. Have a great Holiday!

  7. chayacomfycook says:

    I am looking below at you butternut squash soup. All I can say is, "Three cheers for squash soup." It looks delicious, smooth and velvety.

  8. Sweet and Savory says:

    Hi, how would you like to link this yummy looking soup to Ler'S Do Lunch at My Sweet and Savory? I would be thrilled if you do. I love soup and it perfect for lunch, especially in the cold weather.

  9. Hi, Linda. I tried to link up my Honey Pumpkin Custard, but seems the link doesn't work. Not sure why, but in any case, I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving – I've enjoyed looking through all your yummy Thanksgiving recipes! :)

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