It’s that time of year again. Can you believe it? How did it get to be halfway through November already?
Thanksgiving is only a week and a half away. Every year at this time, I see posts on the various gluten free forums asking the same question: How do I do a gluten free Thanksgiving meal?
If you’ve done this for a few years, you know that this is a pretty easy meal. Most of what is traditional for this holiday meal is naturally gluten free. But if you are newly diagnosed, it’s a scary proposition.
If you are one of the latter, then I have a link for you.
Glutenfreeda has put together a great summary of their better Thanksgiving recipes over the years. Relax, sit back and look to them for inspiration.
Around our house, it’s just the two of us on Thanksgiving. We always end up with enough food to feed a small army. We don’t do turkey, because poultry still doesn’t get along with my digestive system. Our standard menu is glazed ham, sweet potatoes, bread stuffing, baked winter squash, and a couple of pumpkin pies. I think I gained five pounds just from typing all that.