Hopefully by now you have your menu straight and you’ve either talked with your host or your guests about what having a gluten-free Thanksgiving entails (whether for one person or the whole table). If not, though, the Internet is absolutely awash in Thanksgiving ideas for you to feast upon. The following is a bit of a meta-roundup, if you will. The favorite tasty morsels from my favorite Internet celebrities, for your reading/cooking/eating pleasure.
First, a two-pronged shameless plug:
- Last year I wrote down a gluten-free Thanksgiving checklist. I just reread it, I think it all holds true and is worth a quick peek especially if you are at a not-100% GF Turkey Day.
- Your gluten-free grocery guide (or the equivalent app) is an easy way to check and make sure all your festive ingredients are safe to eat.
And now for everyone else:
- Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom has seriously outdone herself with a comprehensive round-up of her own, including recipes from across the blogosphere and helpful information on various components of the meal.
- Gluten Free Girl has done a round-up of her own Thanksgiving recipes from posts past. I recommend you make the broccoli winter slaw, immediately.
- Real Sustenance is hosting a Thanksgiving-themed Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten-Free and will be putting up the full listing of submitted posts on November 20 (you have until Nov 19 to submit a recipe of your own, click the link for info).
- The paleo-friendly menu on Elana’s Pantry was posted last year, but everyone knows good recipes don’t have expiration dates.
- Cook it Allergy Free has a 7-part (seven part!) Thanksgiving prep feature going from menu planning to recipes to shopping list.
- Mom, What’s For Dinner? has a recipe round up of her own, full of recipes her celiac daughter enjoys.
What are your favorite resources for enjoying gluten-free holidays?