Gluten Free?



We got this great question recently about gluten-free recipes:

Jim asked:

“Hey entertaining couple!  In my small group of best friends, one gentleman has emerged as “gluten free” in all that he eats.  He and his wife say that this has solved some health issues and I want to be supportive, but when cooking for him (as part of a dinner party for example), what are some dishes that are gluten-free and yet appealing for everyone else?  I can’t be the first host to try and accommodate a guest’s dietary requirements regarding gluten. Can you help?”

Thanks, Jim.  We don’t claim to be experts on gluten-free cooking, but we know many people who stay away from gluten in their diets and, as hosts, we are always looking for ways to accommodate those restrictions.  Please check out the With Style and Grace web site for a wide selection of gluten-free recipes.  It’s a great blog with lots of wonderful recipes.  I think you’ll find it to be a great source.  I know I do.

Hostess

http://withstyleandgraceblog.com/


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2 Responses to “Gluten Free?”

  1. Eve says:

    Thanks for recommending ‘With Grace and Style’ – it looks great! I can’t wait to try her Pimiento Mac and Cheese recipe, though it may not hold a candle to yours, my new gold standard. Thanks again!

  2. Jim Mc says:

    I discovered garbonzo bean flour – could not tell the difference in first dish I tried. Learned that rye is not gluten free, even if some websites say that it is. Oats are controversial but since more and more research says that gluten can cause or aggravate arthritis, i am paying close attention to trying more recipes.

    Thanks for your help!

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