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Planning for the Holidays

by Karen on November 6th, 2015

gluten free turkey and giblet gravy

It’s here….  The texts and emails and phone calls and plans have begun. Whatever you need to do to prepare we have a few things to help you get organized:

-our Holiday ebook with full-color photos and recipes of everything you need for Thanksgiving, Hannukah, Christmas, New Years and even Easter!  Turkey, stuffing, biscuits, our farmers market pie crust–yum!, side dishes, holiday cookies, beef brisket, latkes, butterflied leg of lamb, Nanaimo bars, lemon bars, popovers, coffee cake, tips, substitutions, wine pairings…..

-a post from last year about the proper way to set a table

-estate sale primer to show you how to inexpensively set the table –there is still time to get some great deals

cooking gluten free for the holidays cookbook

Have a great holiday season and thank you for helping us keep the lights on!

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2 Comments
  1. Cindy H permalink

    I have been working on trying to make some good gf homemade pasta. I’m getting close to what I want but I’m wondering if you have done anymore playing around with your recipe? You had mentioned about trying out some lighter flours and wondering if you did do that.

    thanks,
    Cindy

  2. Karen permalink

    Hi Cindy,
    I have not. However, I was just working on a post for next week (if the weather cooperates for some natural light photography) that features a new pizza crust that we devoured last night. It was exceptional and uses our latest recipe.
    With regards to pasta, I would try some arrowroot flour or cornstarch for half of the potato starch and I would use half sorghum flour half millet flour instead of all millet

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