What can I eat that’s gluten free? Casserole Challenge

On the first week of the month, “What can I eat that’s gluten free?” usually has a theme.  This week it is the create a casserole challenge that I gave my readers early last month.  Whether you have a blog or not, I hope you’ve had a chance to work on creating a casserole.    If […]

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Polenta Hot Dog Casserole

Polenta Hot Dog Casserole

Recently I bought a whole frozen chicken and put it in my refrigerator when I got home from the store.  Two days later I expected it to be thawed and had planned on roasting it for dinner.  About 4 p.m. I realized it was still very frozen because I had it in the back of […]

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Computers in the Kitchen: Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade is something I started last year in order to feature tools I use in gluten-free cooking and baking.  I haven’t been consistent with it, but I hope to be this year.  I think I would run out of things to talk about if I did it every week, so I’m going […]

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iHerb Review & Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed. Recently I was contacted by iHerb, an online company that sells grocery items as well as vitamins and supplements.  They also carry many gluten free foods.  I’m so glad they contacted me because  I wasn’t familiar with the company.    They gave me a $50 shopping spree in their grocery section […]

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What can I eat that’s gluten free?

Welcome to this weekly blog carnival of gluten-free eating ideas.  I hope you will join us.  If this is your first time participating, please read the guidelines here.  The first week of each month has a theme, but the other weeks do not. Next week  is the first Wednesday in February which is a themed […]

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Meatballs – Baked

Meatballs

Last week Phoebe, at Cents to Get Debt Free, got me in the mood for meatballs.  I don’t make them often because they always seem like too much work, but that’s really not the case.  I used them for spaghetti and meatballs and used pasta sauce from a jar.  I started heating water for the […]

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