A Question for Gluten-Free Bloggers

If you read my blog, you have noticed my “What’s for Dinner?” posts.  I have seen this idea on other blogs as well as gluten-free Yahoo groups.  I think it is beneficial for all of us, but especially for those new to the gluten-free diet, to get dinner ideas from other people. 

With that in mind, I’m considering starting a weekly blog carnival at my blog called What’s for Dinner Wednesday.  I would use Mr. Linky, and other bloggers could come and link up to their “What’s for Dinner?” post.  It would be a central place where bloggers and non bloggers could come and find links to dinner ideas.  An added benefit is that it would be a good way to get to know other gluten-free bloggers.  For an example of a blog carnival, here’s one called Works for Me Wednesday

The guidelines would be pretty broad.  Your post could be about an entire dinner, part of a dinner, a dinner recipe, a review of a dinner type food, a menu plan, or any combination of the above.  One requirement is that it be gluten free.  I would probably add  variety occasionally with What’s for Lunch? or What’s for Breakfast?

So what do you think?  It’s only worth doing if there is a good amount of participation.  Let me know your ideas and whether you would likely participate. 



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Comments

  1. Mikki Black says

    I think this is a great idea, and I already write about good recipes from time to time, so I would definitely be willing to read AND post as part of this idea.

    I hope you go through with this – it sounds like fun, and we don’t do recipes over at GF in Baltimore. (so sad – insert pouty lip here) haha: couldn’t resist!

  2. Gina says

    This sounds like a great idea! I’m trying to do posts like this anyway, so it would be great to coordinate with other blogs!

  3. The Gluten-free 'Dish' says

    Knowing What’s for dinner eases my mind. This is a great idea and I would participate as my energy allows.

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