Surfing Saturday 10/30/10

I love to know if you find these links helpful and/or enjoyable.  Leave a comment or send me an email.  Gluten-Free/Celiac Information$45 million Private Donation for Celiac Research What You Need to Know about Celiac Disease (Gluten Intolerance Group) Allergies and Intolerance Food (not necessarily gluten-free but adaptable and/or inspirational)Homemade Condiments Campfire Orange Cakes Grilled […]

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Z’s Cup of Tea – Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger

Sea from Book of Yum is the creator and usually the host of the monthly event, Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger.  This month I’m adopting Zoe from Z’s Cup of Tea.  Zoe is a teenage foodie blogger.  The goal of her blog is to “demonstrate and teach that gluten-free/dairy-free cooking and eating is for everyone, not […]

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Cushaw Pecan Pie

Shirley Braden was diagnosed with gluten intolerance in June 2003. She writes the gluten-free blog, gfe—gluten free easily. She also leads the King George Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Group, which she founded in 2004. Shirley serves on the core council of a large GIG group, as well as contributing to and editing its quarterly newsletter. […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 10/27/10

Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays!  If you are looking for gluten-free recipes and eating ideas, you’ve come to the right place. I enjoyed everyone’s links last week, and I look forward to what you have to share this week. October’s Challenge: Create a Gluten-Free Loaf of Quick Bread – This is the last week for the […]

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Old El Paso Taco Seasoning Giveaway

Update (3/7/11): Old El Paso products are not labeled gluten free by the manufacturer.  Many of their products do not contain gluten ingredients, but the company cannot verify that there is no cross contact on the ingredients that come from other suppliers.  I was told that if there is a chance of cross contact on […]

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Poached Chicken Thighs and Chicken Stock

Cooked chicken and chicken stock are useful in so many recipes.  I like to cook a batch of chicken and make stock at the same time.  Either can be frozen and pulled out when you need them.  You can use chicken breasts for this, but chicken thighs are both flavorful and economical. One way I […]

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