Gluten-Free Wednesdays 10/6/10

Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays, a blog carnival of gluten-free eating ideas.  Please add a link to your gluten-free recipe, review, or other information on gluten-free eating. October’s Challenge:  Create a Gluten-Free Loaf of Quick Bread – I’ll be looking out for and highlighting challenge posts that are linked up during the month. Last Week’s Highlights: […]

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Chicken Cacciatore (Slow Cooker)

chicken cacciatore

When I search for chicken cacciatore recipes, I’m surprised by how different they all look.  Some look like chicken parmesan, one looks like a stew, and countless others are somewhere in between.  I don’t know if this recipe is what you picture when you think of chicken cacciatore, but I do know that it tastes […]

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Create a Gluten-Free Loaf of Quick Bread Challenge

Quick breads refer to any bready type food that does not use yeast but does use quick leavening agents such as baking soda and baking powder.  I have decided to narrow this challenge to a specific type of quick bread: a loaf.  Common quick bread loaves include zucchini bread, banana bread, and pumpkin bread, but […]

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Surfing Saturday 10/2/10

  October is my favorite month.  The temperatures are practically perfect.  The leaves change color and make even the most mundane drive a pleasure for the eyes. The new fall schedule has become routine.  The holidays are something you look forward to, but you don’t have to deal with the busyness just yet.  October is […]

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Gluten Sensitivity & Celiac Forum and a Giveaway

Today I want to let you know about an opportunity for you to learn more about celiac disease and gluten intolerance.  HealthNOW is hosting the second annual Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Forum event in Palo Alto, California.  It takes place Saturday, October 16 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.  They have some great speakers lined […]

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Squash Fest: Curried Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Wendy Gregory Kaho left a freelance writing career to home school and to find a diagnosis for herself and her children. After a decade of searching and numerous doctors, she discovered that she and her children had celiac disease. Wendy became a blogger and activist in the celiac community. With her blog, Celiacs in the […]

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