February 12, 2010


What can I eat that’s gluten free? January Review

What can I eat

I like to do a roundup of links for the month to give you a resource with lots of links in one place.  Here’s January’s and it is full of great recipes and ideas.  If you need gluten-free cooking inspiration, you’re sure to find it here.   Thanks to everyone who participated!

January 27 - Baked Meatballs

1. Yadi@gluten free diarieYadi- Orange Rosemary chicken and menu plan
2. Aubree Cherie @ LivingFree (Black Bean Burgers)
3. Shirley @ gfe (Flourless Oatmeal Cookies)
4. Babetta (spicy potato salad)
5. Lisa's Gluten Free Advice (chicken vegetable soup)
6. Mikki-Garden Vegetable Quiche
7. G.@This Girl's Pilgrimage(what I ate yesterday with recipes)
8. Brian (Apple Stuffed Chicken)
9. Liz, The Good Eatah (stuffed acorn squash)
10. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Vegetarian Soup for the Soul
11. Chaya - Flourless Brownies with Ganache
12. Chaya - Nut Crusted Chicken
13. Fire-Eyes GF Nachos Naturally

January 20 - Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

1. Comfy Cook - Omelet Muffins
2. Chaya - So Silly to Blog This
3. Shirley @ gfe (Reviews of Three Bloggers' Treats)
4. Yadi-gluten free, egg free, soy free, dairy free pancakes
5. Easy To Be Gluten Free (Reuben Casserole)
6. Lauren @ Celiac Teen (Comfort Bowl)
7. Chelsey @ The Crazy Kitchen - Authentic Canadian Chicken Noodle soup
8. Heather (GF Egg Rolls)
9. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang - Mexican Seafood Soup
10. Jenn Cuisine (Chanterelle Omelette with Saucisson Vaudois)
11. Amy @ SS&GF (Protein Packed GF Pancakes!)
12. Amy@lifeminusgluten.com (Mango Basil Stir-fry)
13. Aubree Cherie @ LivingFree (G-Free Chicken Pot Pie)
January 13 - Chicken & Rice Casserole

1. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Gluten Free restaurant review
2. Lauren @ Celiac Teen (Gluten Free Lemon Cake)
3. Shirley @ gfe (Recycled Food--Croutons)
4. Katrina @ Gluten Free Gidget- Butternut Polenta Lasagna
5. Cheryl-Gewurtztraminer Talapia
6. Brian (GF Vietnamese Meatball Sandwiches)
7. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang - Scallop Pasta with Chorizo Recipe
8. Chelsey @ The Crazy Kitchen - London Fog Tea
9. Amy (sweet potato pecan flapjacks)
10. Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free (Winter Fruit Compote)
11. Yadi-Lettuce Wraps
12. Easy To Be Gluten Free (Mexican Casserole)
January 6 – Cookie Theme - Snickerdoodles

1. Yadi-Mantecaditos
2. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang-no cookies- Easy Homemade Fresh Chorizo
3. Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free - Kale, Mushroom, & Quinoa Salad
4. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Christmas Cookie Roundup
5. Katrina @ Gluten Free Gidget- Ham Bone Soup
6. Brian (GF Chocolate Chip Cookies)
7. Shirley @ gfe (Oven-Steamed Shrimp)
8. Shirley @ gfe (Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies)
9. Alta @ Tasty Eats At Home (GF, SF Oatmeal Raisin Cookies)
10. Lauren @ Celiac Teen (Date Treats)
11. Megan (Scottish shortbread)


Wow.. lots of great links. Thanks for posting these.
As someone who avoids gluten containing foods, I was excited to try “Sticks and Twigs” by Mary’s Gone Crackers. Imagine my horror upon eating it for the first time, I broke my tooth. It broke so deep that I required periodontal surgery to make it possible to be fitted for a crown. The company is not responding to my requests to pay for my dental repair and to reformulate the product (I am not the only one who has broken a tooth on it). Mary Waldner, founder of the company, made a big deal about calling me and giving me her home phone number and telling me she wanted me to be satisfied with the outcome, but has since not responded to any further communication from me including requests for compensation after I completed the dental surgery and crown placement. I have contacted the FDA and they suggested that people who have had a similar experience contact them (1 800 353 3965), as it is their job to protect the safety and wellbeing of consumers and garner compliance from companies. Caveat Emptor: Let the Buyer Beware!
Thanks for including me!! Will be posting a link back to you too!!

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