I’ve discovered an absolutely delicious sandwich bread recipe. It’s called “Sandwich Bread with Sourdough Starter.” I’m using it in the sandwich supper I’ve included in the Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan this week. You can find the link in the menu plan.
Several weeks ago I started my own batch of sourdough starter by following Amy Green’s directions and I found it has worked just as her instructions say… It really is simple to make!
This week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan features “yummy” favorites for the entire Mothers Day extravaganza beginning with brunch and ending with a lovely dinner that includes a “chocaholic” fudge and vanilla ice cream brownie dessert.
The rest of the week is filled up with six more healthy, family-pleasing meals with flavors ranging from cheeseburger to paprikash and from mustard dill sauce to garlic cheese bread.
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The Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan for this week begins with a fall-apart tender sandwich dinner of Beef Short Ribs in a tangy sauce. Sliced onions are optional.
Following that is a celebration of Cinco de Mayo featuring Carne Guisada, a spicy Mexican-inspired beef stew that can have onions, tomatoes and even potatoes in it. Like most stews, the ingredients can vary some. It’s been a favorite of mine since I first had some in San Antonio years ago.
I’m so happy to see daffodils and tulip trees blooming! It’s also fun to add a few spring veggies to this week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan.
Asparagus, sugar snap peas, spring salad greens and green peas are a few sides that I like to add to the menu any time of year. But, they are even better when I can find them fresh, so I’ve added them to several of the meals below.
There’s a slow cooker meal, a sandwich supper, a paleo chicken dinner, a salad supper, a shrimp sauté, a “breakfast for supper” and a crock pot turkey breast supper this week.
This week’s Gluten Free Diet Menu Plan begins with a marvelous Easter holiday dinner of oven roasted boneless pork loin and ends with an easy lasagna with spinach.
It’s not every week that I start off with hors d’oeuvres. But I did this week. Al and I just love the taste of the hummus and this particular brand of crackers. We are getting nothing for the mention but we really do like them.
And, it’s a great warm up for the Easy Meat Balls, Red Skin ‘Taters, Salad and Almond Bar dessert that complete the eatin’s fer the day!
The week continues with Braised Pork, Roasted Beets and Sweet Potatoe Wedges… Al (he sure is getting mentioned a lot this week) thought that they were gross when I roasted the beets myself in the oven. But, their sweet meaty taste and texture were worth it.
The Chicken Pot Pie is a traditional recipe but it’s buddy…
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