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Salmon Croquettes, Gluten-Free

A childhood favorite that became one of my family’s favorites, my mom’s Salmon Croquettes were hard to leave behind when I first went gluten-free…they were so good that our kids would ask for them when she came to visit.

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Salmon Fillets Baked With Garlic and Butter – Gluten-free

This easy gluten-free recipe for baked salmon always makes a dinner my family likes.

Gluten-free baked salmon is easy to prepare, so I often use it for a 30 minute meal.

You can easily season each serving differently if you are cooking for different tastes. You can use something different on each fillet — garlic, or dill weed, or lemon pepper, or …

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Shrimp Sauteed with Parsley and Garlic, Sugar Snaps, Carrots and Onions on the Side – Gluten-free

Enjoying the sun and the daffodils today, encouraging the dog to chase off those voracious squirrels that make our birdfeeder their all-day banquet, cleaning up some winter litter from the yard — this is not a day that I want to spend much time cooking.

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New England Clam Chowder (Gluten-Free)

Not too rich, but creamy and filling, a bowl of this gluten-free New England Clam Chowder makes a lunch to last till dinner, or a cup of it with a salad will do the same.



It’s a 30 minute meal that makes living gluten-free easy.

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