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Gluten-Free Cornbread Stuffing with Herbs and Mushrooms, A Side for Turkey or a Filling for Squash

Just the right mix of herbs combined with celery, mushrooms and onion, then tossed with the cornbread and cooked a bit more. On your plate it mingles with the gravy for an ideal side dish for chicken or turkey. We sometimes try other herbs and seasonings, but this is our traditional favorite. You can also stuff your favorite…

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Butternut Squash Baked with Apple-Walnut-Cinnamon Stuffing

A satisfying aroma is coming from the oven. Soon we’ll be enjoying the tender texture and delicate flavor of a butternut squash.

Today I’m baking this colorful squash with a little gluten-free stuffing made from apples, walnuts, cinnamon and nutmeg. Maybe a little butter, too….

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Apple Galette, Gluten-Free and Easier than Pie!

Apples and spice go together so well! Just about all they need is a little something to wrap around them while they bake…like some pastry crust. I’ve made a lot of gluten-free apple pies, but none of them were any better than this galette.

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Gluten-Free Chard – Steamed, Sauteed or Stewed with Soup

We rediscovered chard this summer. We had eaten it before, once every year or two, but I didn’t remember it tasted as good as it has this summer. We’re making up for lost time. I’ve served it every couple of weeks lately.

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Quinoa Salad with Cucumber, Onion, Parsley & Tomato

For a fast and filling salad, quinoa provides lots of gluten-free nutrition. Although it is quick and easy to cook, like rice or pasta, quinoa is actually the seeds of a plant which is not really in the cereal family.

When I make quinoa, I often make a double recipe so I’ll have the leftover to make this salad the next day. It’s so easy!

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