Gluten-Free Wednesdays 9/1/10

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonI can’t believe it’s September, but I’m glad it is.  Fall is my favorite season, and I’m anxiously awaiting cooler weather.  I hope to get September’s challenge up for you soon, so keep an eye out for it.  I’ll also be posting the August review of Gluten-Free Wednesdays links as soon as I get it put together.

I’m pretty sure I got everyone’s posts stumbled last week.  I hope you saw at least a little traffic boost from it.  I’ll try it again this week.

The pesto challenge is officially over, but of course you can link a pesto recipe any time.  Here are a couple from last week.  One of them was added late, so you might have missed it.  Be sure to check them out.

Frugal Pesto from An Oregon Cottage
Sun Dried Tomato Pesto from We Are Of The Day
My submission this week:
 Brown Rice Salad

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  1. Lorraine says

    Use up some of those zucchinis in this yummy gluten-free version of Zucchini patties. I like to use free-range eggs, pre-soaked brown rice and as much local and organic ingredients as possible. Thanks for hosting!

  2. ChickiePea says

    :) Happy to have found you!

    Linking to my post about how to make your own flavor extracts. Plenty of time to get these steeping in time for use in holiday baking or for gift-giving.

  3. Sophie says

    Hello friend!

    I just added my triple coconut & almond butter soft cookies with dark chocolate chips!!

    Thanks & enjoy!

  4. Heather @CeliacFamily says

    I've got a rice salad recipe this week, too! I can't wait to give yours a try. My wild rice salad would be a good way for you to use up the cherry tomatoes you have in the garden this year. I know you're avoiding dairy, but you could substitute the Parmesan dressing with the Italian dressing from your own.

  5. gfe--gluten free easily says

    I added a recipe for zesty pork chops–perfect for grilling (even this weekend) or baking in the oven. :-) Your cold rice salad sounds good, Linda!

    I'm glad it's September. Just a lot on my "to do" list with the holiday, etc. coming up. 😉


  6. Sweet and Savory says

    I have a rice salad, I haven't made in ages. That means, it is time for a new. Thanks for providing it.

  7. Pat says

    Whatever you can think of to put butter, parsley and garlic on, you might like with this Parsley Sauce. It is Italian, it is not a pesto, but it's full of flavor.

  8. glugleglutenfree says

    Thanks so much for hosting, Linda.

    This week was just another review. It was Pamela's single serving brownies. Dangerous, if you ask me.

    Tia 😛

  9. Carol@easytobeglutenfree says

    I have only discovered rice salads in the past couple of years but I have really come to love them. Yours looks very tasty, I'll be adding it to my list to try. Thanks for hosting and all you do for us.

  10. Alea says

    I am late and I misspelled sandwich in my submission. :) Still sleep deprived…

    Had the leftover rice salad for lunch today. Decided I like it even more when chilled.

  11. J L Health 918-836-0565 says

    Linda, I think I've officially lost my mind!! I didn't do any Wednesday link ups yesterday! Better late than never I suppose. This weeks post is a GF Braised Lamb Shoulder. Thanks for hosting!!

  12. {Livin' a sweet and salty life} says

    Linda, sorry for the late entry! All these recipes look delicious this week. The post this week is a chocolate ganache…it's so good I may make it again! Thanks for hosting :).

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