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Thanksgiving Gluten Free

by Karen on November 9th, 2013

All of our holiday recipes are now all together in one place in our new instant download ebook available November 1, 2014

updated Nov 22, 2013 to include some Low Carb GF recipes, in red ink as you scroll down
If you are starting to think about Thanksgiving I have recipes for you—- here is a link to my Thanksgiving recipes
When you follow the link you will find all of these recipes:
-gluten free Brined Crisp Skinned Roasted Turkey with Giblet Gravy (a Cook’s Illustrated recipe)
-Potato Casserole
-Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes
-Cream Soup (with options for cream of chicken soup or cream of mushroom soup)
-Sauteed Brussels Sprouts
-Hazelnut Sausage Stuffing
-and many more Thanksgiving essentials

Recipes in my Book

Buttermilk Biscuits and Pies are my specialty
 –recipes for those are available for a book purchase but it’s $15.99 well spent.

No Time to Cook

And for those without time to cook, at the bottom of the post you’ll find prepared food recommendations from Metropolitan Market —
a Thanksgiving resource for Seattle area residents!  Many of their items are gluten free.  There are also some good wine pairings shown.
If you live in Seattle order one of our pies or pie crust through Mama Ks on the navigation bar tab up above.

 Photos of Thanksgiving Recipes from Karen Robertson

gluten free pumpkin pie

Cooks Illustrated Crisp Skin Brined Turkey

gluten free hazelnut stuffing with Jimmy Dean sausage

gluten free make ahead mashed potatoes

Sauteed Brussels Sprouts–The very best way to cook Brussels sprouts to bring out their sweetness.

Mama Ks Apple Pies—a Chef Kathy Casey favorite

a slice of gluten free pumpkin pie

Low Carb Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

Carolyn from All Day I Dream About Food is a fantastic resource for those following a Low Carb GF diet.  I met her through another friend when she was in town for the IFBC (food blogger conference).  In this post she offers 30 Low Carb GF Thanksgiving Recipes

Her blog is an incredible resource for diabetic celiacs.

Metropolitan Market Cooks for You

Metropolitan Market has many items for your Thanksgiving.  Last night I attended a special tasting of their Thanksgiving offerings both food and wine.  I have a few favorites.  Unfortunately the lighting didn’t work so well for my camera so be sure to read below.
Look for their handbook in-store for a quick guide while shopping in their six area Seattle/Tacoma locations.
Many of their prepared foods are gluten free, be sure to inquire.
The turkey was excellent!  Though the photo below doesn’t do it justice.
It was a Mary’s Heritage Turkey which are allowed to jump and fly which means bigger more flavorful legs than most birds and they cook a bit faster to save you time.


Wine Pairings

Savoureaux 2010 Pinot Noir

My favorites were the Savoureaux 2010 Pinot Noir described as “a parade of vivid dark fruit, dried savory herbs, and a touch of cracked pepper at the finish”.  It’s the kind of Pinot I like, the kind of Pinot with some heft to it.

Sheffield Cider Vintage Dry was my fav

The non-alcoholic Sheffield Cider was also excellent.  And I didn’t have time to try the Met Market White but I  like their Red so my guess is it’s a good quality white for a good price.

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