July 6, 2010

 

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 7/7/10

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Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays!  I hope my American readers enjoyed their holiday weekend.  I sure did.  Before I went out of town I managed to put together the round up of June’s carnival links which was posted on Sunday.  If you were too busy to take a look, you really should.  There are lots of great recipes there.  If you want to refer to the post later, you can find it at the bottom of my Gluten-Free Wednesdays page along with the review posts from previous months.

My submission for this week is:

Zucchini Bread

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What have you been cooking at your house?  Remember, while most people link recipes, reviews, menu plans or general gluten-free eating ideas are welcome.  Please link to an individual post and leave a link back here.  If you are new, please read the carnival guidelines.

1. Chaya - The Flounder Doesn't Swim
2. Jason@JLHealthTulsa (GF 5* restaurant recipes)
3. Glugle Gluten-Free (Gluten Free Zucchini Muffins)
4. GF Honey Cake
5. Jenn Cuisine (Strawberry Banana Chocolate QuickBread)
6. Aubree Cherie @ Living Free (Seasoned Sweet and Spicy Salsa: Very Cherry!)
7. Easy To Be Gluten Free - Antipasto Salad
8. Shirley @ gfe (Blueberry Honey Pie w/ Honey Whipped Cream)
9. Wendy@Celiacs in the House(Summer Turkey Salad)
10. Katrina @ Gluten Free Gidget- Oven Roasted Tomato Soup

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I am sorry for the duplicate. If you can, please delete the second one. Thanks.
 
What a great post!!! I haven't thought about zucchini bread in years.....My grandma used to make it when I was little and I LOVED it. Thanks for reminding me about a great classic and also for hosting!!

Jason
 
Since you posted Zucchini Bread, I will link to my Zucchini Muffins. Although, I think your bread looks much better than my muffins. And that cake. I want a bite or 40. Thanks for hosting.

Tia
 
Your zucchini bread looks great! I can't wait for my zucchini plants to actually produce something for me to cook with. when they do, this will be at the top of the list!
 
Your zucchini bread looks marvelous! I'm so excited to start cooking with zucchini again!!
 
I love zucchini bread! Yours looks great, Linda. :-) I had a new post planned, but I'm behind schedule so I linked up my blueberry honey pie with honey whipped cream--gf, df, and rsf. It was great, if I do say so myself. ;-)

Shirley
 
There are two monster zucchini on the counter just begging to be turned into bread.
 
Zucchini rocks my socks! In fact, I ate an entire one for dinner! I will have to try your recipe!
 
Hi Linda,

Thanks for the lovely comment. I know I am spoiled by having the CSA box on my doorstep. It always puts a smile on my face.

I am becoming a real fan of the almond flour, but I also really love almonds.

Have a great week.

Tia
 

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