It's Gluten Free Lifestyle Blog Carnival Day!
Welcome to the November 1st, 2009 edition of the gluten free lifestyle blog carnival.
There have been loads of great entries this month, thanks guys. There are product reviews and a host of delicious recipes for you to try out as the winter nights draw in and socializing becomes less (if you’re anything like me; I prefer my sofa, pyjamas and duvet in the winter months). Have a browse through the following posts by fellow bloggers and see what tickles your fancy.
Kim, The Food Allergy Coach presents Product Review: Edward & Sons Exotic Rice Toast posted at The Food Allergy Coach, saying, “Check out these yummy crackers that I found at my local wine & cheese shop!”
Gluten Free Mains
Tamara Duker presents A Tearful Reunion with Mushroom ?Barley? Soup posted at What I’m Eating Now. Tamara says, “If you’ve been looking for a perfect GF substitute for pearled barley just in time for soup season, allow me to introduce you to a little known grain called “Job’s Tears.”"
Ray Burton presents Blackened Chicken Cajun Dry Rub posted at Planning Diets Natural Nutrition, saying, “Spicy Cajun Blackened Dry Rub – no worries for gluten allergies. I use it all the time for chicken and hot stir fry.”
Gluten Free Baking
Linda Simon presents M is for Millet- Muffins Two Ways | Kitchen Therapy posted at Kitchen Therapy, saying, “Whole grain muffins. With buttermilk and egg, or flaxseed and Amazake. Tasty either way.”
Cinde presents Gluten Free Frosted Pumpkin Doughnuts posted at Gluten Free Taste of Home. Here’s what Cinde says about her blog, “Gluten Free Taste of Home offers gluten free vegetarian comfort food recipes and product reviews.”
Amy Green @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free presents French Apple Tart posted at Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free, saying, “If you thought that flaky gluten-free pie crust wasn’t possible, think again. Better yet – try my sugar & gluten-free French Apple Tart. It’s simple to make, light, flaky, and it comes out perfectly every time.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the gluten free lifestyle blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Happy gluten free blogging!