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Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan for the Week of November 24, 2013

This week in the Gluten-Free Menu Plan I’m planning meals from the simplest pasta and sauce dinner to a full table, Thanksgiving feast.

I’ve tried to keep it simple and also include healthier options when I can, like low carb veggies to replace most of my serving of pasta with that meat sauce I mentioned.

I hope you can find some dinners here that suit you during this holiday week. On the day set aside (in the U.S.) to give thanks for the abundance we have, I hope you have some time to remember what you are most thankful for. Personally, I don’t want to focus on just the food that we have to eat, although that’s certainly important, but also on the family, friends and neighbors we can share it with.



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Spiced Cranberry Pear Sauce Completes the Holiday Dinner

When I lay out a plan to seat my guests at a dinner, I want to balance the personalities at each table. I want each group to have some who are gentle and mature, some who are a little outspoken and some who maybe are energetic with a few good stories to share.

Similarly, when I’m looking for a completing touch to a gluten-free holiday menu, I can add this tangy, saucy, sweet and spicy choice that is already gluten-free — Spiced Cranberry Pear Sauce.



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Are Marshmallows Gluten-Free?

One of the deepest, most important, truly fundamental questions of the gluten-free universe is “are marshmallows gluten-free?” That question is “Smore” important than any other question known to Man, Woman or Child… Especially during summer camping, camp fire months or holidays like Thanksgiving or Christmas or Easter when marshmallow filled and based treats like Smores, campfire marshmallows, chocolate covered treats and confectioners delights are the norm… and the list is almost endless much to the delight of children of any age!



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