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Table Talk » Menu Plan Monday/Gluten Free Menu Swap

Yikes, I never did get back to last week's menu post to add pictures. Just not enough hours in a day.

Head on over to OrgJunkie.com to check out what's cooking this week and to learn more about Menu Plan Monday.

The Gluten Free Menu Swap is an offshoot of Menu Plan Monday and is currently headquartered here. Each week there is a host for the swap and the host selects an ingredient or theme and the participants try to plan their menus keeping that ingredient in mind. Cheryl at Gluten Free Goodness is hosting this week and she has chosen flax seed as the ingredient.

I'm not gluten free, but some of my clients are gluten free. At home, I often cook gluten free; sometimes on purpose and sometimes just because what I decided to cook happens to be gluten free. My menu this week doesn't include any flax seeds, but everything on it can be made gluten free.

I spent some time today cooking ahead for this coming week, so I have some pictures to add to this post.

Taco Stuffed Peppers, Weeknight Turkey & Stuffing, Honey Soy-Glazed Chicken Wings


Cocoa-Mint Roasted Lamb
Cumin-Roasted Potatoes -Yukon Gold potatoes tossed with olive oil, salt, pepper, and ground cumin
Sauteed Spinach

Honey Soy-Glazed Chicken Wings - These are from Robert M. Landolphi's just released Gluten Free Every Day Cookbook. I'm making these chicken wings to bring to a Southern NH Gluten Intolerance Association potluck dinner meeting. I met Chef Landolphi at the Gluten Free Culinary Summit last September. I can't wait to try Chef Landolphi's Country-Style Chicken Pot Pie; it has a cream cheese crust!

Taco Stuffed Peppers - these are a meal in themselves, I might make a salad to go with them.

Weeknight Turkey and Stuffing - turkey cutlets wrapped around a bread stuffing with a light gravy. These are inspired by Eating Well's Turkey and Stuffing for 2. Use your favorite gluten free cornbread or bread in the stuffing. I wish I had some cranberries in the freezer so I could make cranberry sauce to go with them.
Sauteed Carrots

Tangy Barbecued Boneless Pork Ribs - I haven't decided if I'll cook these ribs in the crockpot or the pressure cooker.
Creamed Corn Cornbread - this was on the menu last week, but we ended up with a lot of leftovers, so I didn't make it. The ground turkey planned for last week's Chipotle Sloppy Joes is making an appearance in this week's Taco Stuffed Peppers.
Coleslaw

Posted April 12, 2009 9:23 PM in Gluten-Free, Menus


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