Soft, buttery dinner rolls to pass around the Thanksgiving dinner table. Dip them in gravy? Will they hold up? You bet.
Look at this. It’s possible.
Now here’s the deal. If you were paying attention to the video, and you’re a confident baker, you can probably figure out these rolls by yourself.
But if you want the recipe, it’s available on our Gluten-Free Thanksgiving baking iPad app.
Go to GFThanks to sign up for notification when the iPad app is live. We think it’s early next week! (Come on, Apple.)
There has been some question as to why we are only offering these new recipes by iPad. Let me explain.
We’re both doing this work full-time now. We love what we do. We want nothing more than to figure out new recipes, new baked goods, and make new videos to help you feel confident in the kitchen.
Very few people make much money off books. I look at the two books I have published and grow teary with pride. I’m working on the last edits of our next cookbook and I can’t believe my luck. But as a moneymaker? Well, let’s just say that standard publishing doesn’t offer much money to most of us.
So we’re trying to figure out ways to keep ourselves creating and making some money, so we can continue here for you. We’re hoping the iPad app is something we can keep doing. We love the interactivity, the new way of telling stories, the way we can work videos into the recipe so you can really see what you can do.
If you don’t have an iPad, we still have hundreds and hundreds of recipes available for free here, which we are always refining. We hope you enjoy them.
With that in mind, I’ll say this. We were going to charge for these videos and decided that didn’t feel right to us. But right now, we’re out money in making them. if you find these videos useful and enjoyable, perhaps you would consider donating something to the cause, to help us defray our expenses instead of charging you for them. Give whatever you feel is right, if you wish.
We will be giving half of all the money donated to WhyHunger, a hunger organization based in New York that works with 26 organizations in 15 countries to try to end hunger now. You can read more about WhyHunger on the Bloggers Without Borders website, as they are working closely with WhyHunger right now to raise funds and awareness of this exemplary group.
So, if you feel so inclined to donate funds for these Thanksgiving videos, remember you’re also donating to WhyHunger. Those of us with food on our tables are pretty damned lucky.
(If you can’t donate, maybe you could spread the word? Tell your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Pin these images on Pinterest. Make sure that anyone and everyone who needs to be gluten-free knows about these videos. Thank you.)