Gluten-Free Wednesdays 8-24-11

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonIt’s been an interesting day here.  I’m writing this on Tuesday afternoon after experiencing an earthquake, which is very unusual for Maryland.  Our house seriously shook and for a long time.  Only one thing fell that I know of, but I’m surprised it wasn’t more.  Did you feel the quake that was centered in Virginia?

I hope you have arrived here ready to share and find gluten-free eating ideas.  If you receive this post by email, remember to come to my blog later today and see what great foods have been linked up.

Giveaway: This week I have a MadeOn: hard lotion giveaway going on.  If you have never heard of hard lotion, find out what it is.

Monthly Theme:  I’ll be highlighting fruit dessert recipes that are linked up this week and next.  September’s theme is apples!

Last Week’s Highlights:

Cherry Date Ice Cream – A Mom on a Mission
Creamy Watermelon Ice Cream – Recipes to Nourish
Honeydew Granitas – Wheat Free Meat Free
Blueberry Cobbler – Allergy-Free Vintage Cookery
Cranbery Pecan Rice Pudding – Easy to Be Gluten Free
Banana Cream Cheese Brownies – Raia’s Recipes
Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler – Hecka Good Recipes
Apple Galette – Sugar & Spice
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies – Maid in Alaska
Peach Pie – Elegantly, Gluten Free

My Submission:  This week’s recipe is another fruit dessert.

Raw Peach Pie

The Carnival: Please read!

  • Keep the links to gluten-free eating ideas (recipes, reviews, menus)
  • If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
  • Leave a link back (I will not highlight any recipes that do not link back.)
  • Thanks for participating!

1. Coconut Panna Cotta with Peach Coulis

2. The EASIEST WAY to PRESERVE TOMATOES

3. SUPER SAVORY LENTILS (in 9 MINUTES!)

4. Orange, Honey, Cumin Roasted Chicken

5. Yam and Black Bean Enchiladas -Allergy Free

6. Banana Nut Muffins (No grain or sweetener)

7. Apple Cranberry Crisp

8. Grilled Artichokes

9. Apple Almond Chex Bars

10. Pasta Primavera and Cheese

11. Easy Berry Sauce & Kinnikinnick Giveaway

12. CARROT PATTIES

13. Apple Crisp w/ Soaked Oats Topping

14. Shrimp Pasta Alfredo

15. Cheese Sauce GF SCD

16. Gluten-Free Protein Bars

17. Gluten Free Coconut Lime Scones

18. Raspberry Cupcakes

19. Gwomka, or otherwise knows as Stuffed Cabbage

20. Grape Cake

21. Moroccan Chickpea Salad

22. Jenn Cuisine (Creamy Zucchini Soup)

23. Curried Quinoa Salad & Lentils City|Life|Eats

24. Arugula Salad

25. Jersey Corn Salad

26. 10 Minutes Gluten Free Carrot Parpadelle

27. Traditional or GF Zucchini Bread

28. Grains are Famine Food@ Yolks Kefir & Gristle

29. Losing Creek Farm – Roasted Pork and Peaches

30. Pears with Cinnamon Cream Sauce

31. Homemade Turkey Sausage

32. GRILLED PROSCIUTO CORN

33. Figs n Peanut Butter

34. GF Buckwheat Blueberry Cobbler

35. Cauliflower Leek Soup w/ Mushrooms

36. Banana Cream Custard Pie, gluten & more free

37. Gluten Free Spring Rolls and Dipping Sauce

38. Egyptian Broad Beans for Breakfast

39. Indian Egg Curry- Anda Masala

40. Lime Meringue Pie (Gluten, Dairy, Corn-free)

This linky list is now closed.




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Comments

  1. Peaches seem to be popular. I’m very intrigued by your raw peach pie concept. I hated fruit desserts for a long time because I disliked the soft mushy texture. Raw pie sounds about right. :)

  2. Thanks for hosting. Glad you are safe! Thank you so much for highlighting my Creamy Watermelon Ice Cream recipe, I am honored. This week I shared an Apple Crisp w/ Soaked Oats Topping (made with Gravenstein apples which are in season right now, but any apples would work). Many thanks again :)

  3. I heard about the quake on the BBC news! Today I’ve linked my Cheese Sauce, slightly healthier than a normal cheese sauce and suitable for the SCD!

  4. Glad to hear you’re safe! I called my sis out in Cali to say that we had a big quake here on the east coast, and she of course said, “Anything under a 6.0 doesn’t count.” Your peach pie looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing and for hosting this linkup each week.

  5. My kids were really scared (we’re in VA), but I lived in California so I knew right away what it was. It was just so odd!

    Glad all is well. Thanks for the yummy peach recipe–my kids also prefer fresh to cooked, so this is a great one to try.

  6. That earthquake sounded pretty crazy! We’re used to them here on the west coast, but that quake yesterday on the east coast came as a big surprise. I’m glad you didn’t have any damage.

    Your raw peach pie looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Thanks for featuring my Peach Pie among such good company! I especially want to try your Raw Peach Pie soon — it looks like such a good way to enjoy fresh peaches.

    Here in NE Ohio I didn’t notice an earthquake, although there was supposedly a 2.5 quake that registered here at the same time as your Virginia quake. Every so often (every year or so) that happens around here, so it’s not so unusual for us — a 2.2 or 2.5 or thereabouts. Most of the time I don’t notice them, although our pets do more often.

  8. Hi! Thanks for featuring my Blueberry Cobbler from last week! Glad your earthquake experience is mild … ready for Hurricane Irene? I’m on the East Coast too, and we’re battening down the hatches. Good luck!

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