photo courtesy of She Let Them Eat Cake
It’s Day 7 of our and we’re rolling along with recipes that mean “home” and “holidays” to our participating bloggers. So far we’ve shared the following:
Day 1: Gluten-Free... [12 Comments]
Are you following along with our Home for the Holidays ... Gluten-Free Style event? I hope so. I seriously can't believe the response so far and how much fun we've had already, and it's only Day... [2 Comments]
When our family celebrates Thanksgiving, Christmas---and any holiday really---we like to have an assortment of desserts. There’s no doubt that pies take center stage, but there’s also a need for chocolate in some form. Yes, there... [36 Comments]
This post is linked to Our Spunky Holiday, Gluten-Free Wednesdays (Squash Challenge), and Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten Free!
It took three tries to get this recipe right. I wanted a new entry for my ongoing Pumpkin... [61 Comments]
Yesterday, three significant things happened. We celebrated my father’s 79th birthday (a truly wonderful time!), I made this Chocolate Silk Pie as one of our desserts for the event, and Mr. GFE proclaimed this pie as... [86 Comments]
This post is linked to In the Gluten-Free Kitchen--Sharing Sundays.
Full disclosure: All copies were complimentary from authors/publishers except for the giveaway copy of Ricki Heller's Good Morning! Breakfasts. This is an uncompensated post and opinions expressed within... [368 Comments]
I handed Mr. GFE a Chocolate Beer Muffin as we made our way through Saturday morning traffic on the way to our mountain property recently. He gobbled it down, but said nothing as he concentrated... [33 Comments]
“Dad is great! Give us chocolate cake.” That’s a little song excerpted from an old Bill Cosby comedy routine. Those words always makes me chuckle because they always make my husband chuckle right after he’s sung... [70 Comments]
Gluten free since June 2003, I lead a celiac/ gluten intolerance group in Virginia. My passion is educating folks on gluten issues and showing how eating gluten free can be easy if you focus on "real" foods versus processed and specialty foods. Read more...