New Items in My Sidebar

I noticed a Blogger sidebar gadget called Seasonal Foods.  I added it to my page because I thought it might be useful for some of you.  If you click on “Maryland”, then click again you can choose your state from the dropdown menu.  Right now it is set to show what is in season in late August, but you can change that in the same way. After you make your selections, it will show you what foods are in season in your area.  Give it a try and let me know what you think.

I also added a “What’s for dinner?” box.  I plan on using it to let you know what I’m having for dinner.  Since I’m not much of a menu planner, I’ll probably leave each day up as I go through the week until the following week.  It can serve as a menu of sorts if you’re looking for ideas.  I don’t promise that I’ll remember to post what we’re having every day, but I’ll try to do most days.  I’d love to get your feedback on that idea also. 

Any comments are always appreciated and I would love to hear from more of you!

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. glutenfree4goofs says:

    That is really cool! I wonder if it would work on my blog. Probably not cause it seems anyhing animated is out. :(

  2. I like that! I will be adding it to my blog also! Thanks Linda!

  3. Chandice says:

    Love the website! Thanks for such a great gluten-free tool. I have a gluten-free blog and would love to swap links to each others sites. My blog is
    We're on twitter too:

  4. Love the what's for dinner idea. I always like to see what other gluten-free people are eating on a daily basis.

  5. I love your What's for Dinner box! I will definitely be checking that out on a regular basis! :) It's great to just get ideas for meals.

    I had fun looking up all the seasonal fruits and veggies. Love that too.

    I appreciate that you pointed everything out.

    Have a good one!

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