gluten-free Thanksgiving

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Guess what? It’s Thanksgiving time again.

When you’ve been gluten-free for awhile, you might have an arsenal of recipes you’ll make for Thanksgiving. (Then again, it’s alway a joy to try new recipes too.) But if you’re new at this, Thanksgiving is the hardest holiday of the year. All that gluten: stuffing, pumpkin pie, casseroles with cream of mushroom soup, rolls, gravy, cornbread, and all that cross-contamination, on top of it. I’ve heard tales of people eating nothing but salad for Thanksgiving dinner, to make sure they don’t get sick.

That’s just sad.

Folks, we have you covered.

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Meet Our Sponsors: Love with Food

Love with Food

It’s the holidays soon. Thanksgiving is next week (!). Tomorrow we’ll have a detailed post full of recipes and tips for you, so no need to worry about that one. But the holidays that follow? All the gifts? What can you get someone in your life who loves food and is gluten-free?

We have that figured out for you.

  1. American Classics Reinvented, the only gluten-free cookbook you’ll need this season.
  2. A subscription to Love with Food.


We’ve told you about our sponsors, Love with Food, before. We’d like to tell you again.

Love with Food is a monthly food subscription service. They only work with producers who make high-quality, delicious food. All the snacks are free of artificial coloring, flavoring, msg, trans fat, high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oil. I always like the food.

And Love with Food has a gluten-free box, curated by one of our favorite people, K.C. Pomering from G-Free Foodie. That gluten-free box consistently has great products, ones we already love — some of them so much so we work with them as sponsors of this site — and some that are new to us.

We also like that for every box Love with Food sells, they donate two meals to a hunger organization, such as No Kid Hungry.

Plus, Love with Food has a 50% off deal right now. This deal is hard to beat.

And that’s quite a great gift for the holidays for anyone who is new to gluten-free or loves good food.


We are affiliate members of Love with Food, so if you purchase a subscription, we’ll get a little money in return too. We’ll use it to test more recipes for you!

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