Gluten-free Thanksgiving, the final gasp

I should apologize to all of my non-US readers for the five Thanksgiving posts in a row. Tomorrow, we’ll return to non-holiday fare, at least for a while, but I want to show you the amazing range of fabulousness that the gluten-free challenge stirred up. I am clicking around these blog entries and having my mind blown by the talent and ingenuity. Keep in mind that a lot of these bloggers have no motivation for doing this other than thinking it would be keen if more people could enjoy Thanksgiving without getting sick.

I love people sometimes.

Gluten-free Girl book cover

Click to order at Powell's; I am an affiliate, but my cut will go to the Alameda County Community Food Bank,

(I will have missed some links; see Shauna’s post for even more.)

Andrea Meyers of Andrea’s Recipes made gluten-free pumpkin scones.

Ashley Rodriguez of Not Without Salt made gluten-free chocolate biscotti.

Carrie Vitt of Deliciously Organic made gluten-free pumpkin-banana tart (and tells a story you must read).

Charissa Fleischer of Zest Bakery made warm pumpkin polenta with goat cheese.

Deanna Schneider of The Mommy Bowl made gluten-free bread.

Debra Smith of Smith Bites made gluten-free celery root soup with cashew cream.

Diane and Todd of White on Rice Couple made Turkey Sloppy Joes on Rosemary Rolls.

Gaby Dalkin of What’s Gaby Cooking made gluten-free molasses cookies.

Gudrun of Kitchen Gadget Girl made a gluten-free pumpkin strata.

Heather Flett of Rookie Moms made chocolate peanut butter brownies.

Heena Punwani of Tiffin Tales made glorious gluten-free Thanksgiving torte.

Heidi Kelly of Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom made crescent rolls and cinnamon rolls, gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg free.

Irvin Lin of Eat the Love made Gluten Free Maple Sweet Potato Cheesecake with Gingerbread Bottom and Sour Cream Marshmallow Topping.

Jean Layton of Gluten-Free Doctor Recipes made gluten-free sourdough rosemary rolls and gluten-free mincemeat cookies.

Jeanne of The Art of Gluten-Free Baking made gluten-free pumpkin pie.

Kamran Siddiqi of Sophisticated Gourmet made cranberry-almond-coconut macaroons topped with chocolate.

Karen Schuppert of Cook 4 Seasons made gluten-free pumpkin mousse.

Kim Maes of Cook It Allergy Free made Cornbread and (Shauna’s) Crusty Bread Stuffing with Apples, Sausage, Pine Nuts, and… a special ingredient.

Lexie of Lexie’s Kitchen made dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, no-bake pumpkin pie filling.

Lori of Recipe Girl made an entire Thanksgiving menu, gluten-free.

Maria Lichty of Two Peas and Their Pod made gluten-free apple cranberry crisp

Melissa McLean Jory of Gluten-Free for Good made gluten-free cherry cobbler

Michelle Stern of What’s Cooking with Kids made gluten-free apple crisp.

Molly Birnbaum of My Madeleine made butternut squash soup.

Nancy Kohler of The Sensitive Pantry made gluten-free brown sugar hand pies.

Nikki Gardner of Art and Lemons made gluten-free rustic squash tarts.

Paula Jones of Bellalimento made Gluten Free Pumpkin Roll with Mascarpone and Nutella Filling

Serene of Mom Food Project made an entire Thanksgiving, gluten-free.

Shaina Olmanson of Food for My Family made a gluten-free apple pie cheesecake.

Shirley Braden of Gluten-Free Easily made candy carrot coins.

Silvana Nardone of Dish Towel Diaries made kale caesar slaw.

Tara Barker of A Baking Life made gluten-free gingerbread cake with vanilla-bourbon Bavarian cream and cinnamon-brown sugar caramel.

Tia Hain of Glugle Gluten-Free made gluten-free pumpkin muffins.

Wendy Houndroulis of Wenderly made sweet and savory prosciutto cups.

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by Serene on November 17th, 2010 in Miscellany
  1. Elaine wrote on November 17th, 2010 at 6:14 pm Uhr1

    I think that is a great reason and motivator. How great that the proceeds of the book go to the food bank.
    Elaine recently posted..hoot hoot

  2. Serene wrote on November 17th, 2010 at 9:20 pm Uhr2

    Oh, I think I need to rewrite my image caption. *MY* proceeds of every sale of the book (7%, so about $2.10) goes to the food bank. The rest of the money goes to the bookstore, publishers, authors, etc.