Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Menu Plan Monday – 2013 #38

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Last week slipped past without even a post!  I hope you are fully enjoying the Fall weather.  We enjoyed our first fire in the fireplace last week.  There’s just something about a fire that makes you want to snuggle up on the couch with a good book, a blanket and a hot cuppa.  Hard to get things done like that though!

I couldn’t believe that October was here and now it’s gone too!  Only 31 days until Thanksgiving.  If you haven’t purchased my new eBook – Thanksgiving Gluten Free!  You still have time.  Filled with 18 recipes, a shopping list and make-ahead tips to help you plan your gathering. 

Menu for the week:

Monday:
Teriyaki chicken

Tuesday:
Polish Sausage

Wednesday:
Pot Roast
Potatoes
Carrots

Thursday:
Green Bean, Potato, Chicken Casserole

Friday:
Beef Flautas

Saturday:
Burgers

Sunday:
New England Cheese Soup


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Menu Plan Monday – 2013 #37

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My big news for the week is that I finished the Thanksgiving Gluten Free! eBook.    Check it out and make your purchase here.

I got out and moved some garden beds around this past week also.  I planted a few Fall items – radishes, spinach, carrots.  I still need to work on one of the beds a little.  I’m not sure what else I’ll plant, but if nothing, then I’ll be ready for Spring.   How about you? Are you planning a Fall garden?  If so, what are you planting?

Menu for the week:

Monday:
Quesadillas

Tuesday:
Million Dollar Casserole

Wednesday:
Burgers

MAKE BUNS

Thursday:
Santa Fe Chicken

Friday:
Chicken Nuggets
Fries/Potatoes

Saturday:
Fish Tacos (maybe)

Saturday:
Bacon & Corn Chowder


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Thanksgiving Gluten Free! eBook Ready for Sale

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I wrote a Thanksgiving Gluten Free! eBook.   I pretty much make the same things every year for Thanksgiving, it’s tradition, with maybe a new or different recipe added in occasionally.  I decided to put this book together to help anyone who is trying to do Thanksgiving gluten free whether it’s  the first time or not.  The eBook contains eighteen recipes, make ahead suggestions and a shopping list.  There are 46 days until Thanksgiving and this eBook will help you plan and prepare to have a great Thanksgiving Gluten Free!

You can purchase the eBook for $6.95, once payment is made you will receive an email with the downloadable PDF within 24-48 hours.






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Menu Plan Monday – 2013 #36

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This past week was filled with so much cake!!  I made two birthday cakes, one baby shower cake and a batch of birthday cupcakes.  The baby shower cake was served to 80% gluten eaters and was a HUGE success.  I love that it was enjoyed and tasted so good, they were all surprised.  Sometimes I wonder if the food I make is as good as I think it is.    I mean after being GF for so long I sometimes wonder…is this really good or just really good for GF.  But, when I share food with gluten eaters and they think that the GF version is awesome, I love that.

I also had a visit from my dear friend and two of her kids.  It was a great week for us.  She shared a recipe that we had for Chicken Apple Stew in the crockpot!  Super fast, super easy and delicious.  The house smelled so good.  We also had Chicken, Potato & Green Bean Casserole.  I did it in the oven and the potatoes did not cook in the over an hour I cooked it.    Even though I cut them very small.  So that was a downer, doing it in the crockpot makes it easy and they potatoes get done!  We also enjoyed Pear Cobbler (Cobbler recipe in cookbook).  Another friend brought us three huge bags of local, homegrown pears and I am going to make jelly and pepper pear jelly with them, but we had some that were bruised and Alex insisted we cut them and do something with them instead of trashing them.  It turned out fabulous.

I have also been working on the Thanskgiving e-Book I mentioned.  I have only a couple more recipes to enter, need to organize the set up and information I want to include.  I’m very excited about it.

Menu:

Monday:
KADY’S BIRTHDAY Menu:
B-French Toast
L-Mac & Cheese w/Bacon
D – Pizza

Tuesday:
Chicken Flautas

Wednesday:
Pineapple Rum Chicken

DOUBLE RICE

Thursday:
Teriyaki Beef
Rice

Friday:
Creamy Italian Chicken

Saturday:
Sloppy Joe

Sunday:
Loaded Baked Potato Soup


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