Gluten Free Menu Swap- September 8, 2008

I am excited to host the menu swap this week.  I am hoping to get some inspiration to cook again.  The pregnancy has kept me out of the kitchen for the most part.  Since I won’t be experiencing relief from morning sickness anytime soon (22 weeks in my other two), I am making tons of lists to get the things I want to get done.  So when I feel good, I can go straight to my list and check something off!  My menu is going right behind that list.  Staying organized will make me feel better.  Blogging has been pushed to the back burner lately, but hopefully that will change.  Right now I am going to sleep with my babies, which does not allow for a lot of late night blogging.  I have a few recipes in mind for the blog, so hopefully they will get posted in the next couple weeks.  In the meantime, check out everyone’s menu of the week! The ingredient of the week is tomatoes.  I will be making tons of tomato sandwiches (weird craving?) this week- check out this recipe for gluten free bread.

My Menu of the Week:

Monday: Chicken Pot Pie

Tuesday:  Italian Sausage Spaghetti (using brown rice Tinkyada pasta)

Wednesday:  Sesame Chicken (using Wheat-free Tamari Sauce)

Thursday:  Breakfast for dinner (maybe a crustless quiche)

Friday:  BBQ chicken with Rice and Vegetables

Gluten Free Menus of the Week:

The Gluten Free Week- Lori has just started this gluten free menu resource!  She has some easy ideas for getting through a gluten free week including a cheese omelet and a chef salad.

Gluten Free Goodness- Cheryl has roast turkey with sauteed fennel and celery and quinoa in a lemony thyme broth on her menu.  I really want to try her tomato and caramelized onion soup too!

Book of Yum- Sea has so many international vegetable delights on her menu.  I wish she would come cook for me!  Make sure to check out her dressing recipe of the week- she made a delicious spinach walnut salad with raspberry vinaigrette.

Asparagus Thin- Manda is making a black eyed pea gumbo and a plantain omelet this week.  She also has a few gluten free dessert recipes she is trying this week too.

Cooking and Uncooking- M-elle has some good menu suggestions- she is making nori rolls and a shrimp caesar salad.  I really like her use of leftovers for lunch too!

Living Free has her menu up too.  The blueberry buckwheat pancakes sound just delicious!

Gluten Free Gobsmacked- Grilled chicken tacos and black bean corn salsa are on the menu this week.   Kate has great lunch and dinner suggestions, so go check it out!

If you have a menu I missed, let me know in the comments!  I promise to try and update when the kids are taking their naps!

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13 Responses to “Gluten Free Menu Swap- September 8, 2008”

  1. I have a menu that I would like to share. Here is the link:

    http://glutenfreeislife.wordpress.com/2008/09/07/september-7-2008-september-13-2008/

    Thanks! Your menu looks awesome! I am drooling over the Chicken Pot Pie! YUM!!

    Kim

  2. so sorry to hear about the morning sickness! hopefully it passes sooner than you expect. And as much as I like getting your recipes, it’s totally understandable that you want to focus on your little ones!

  3. [...] Gluten Free Menu Swap- September 8, 2008 | Gluten Free Recipes Says: September 8th, 2008 at 6:37 am [...] Book of Yum- Sea has so many international vegetable delights on her menu.  I wish she would come cook for me!  Make sure to check out her dressing recipe of the week- she made a delicious spinach walnut salad with raspberry vinaigrette. [...] Leave a Reply [...]

  4. Welcome back from your travels and thanks for picking one of my favorites! My post is up and running here: http://freshginger.org/garden/menu-of-the-week-september-9-tomatoes/

    Ginger

  5. Thanks for including me! I’ll come cook for you anytime…. if only we were in the same state! ;)

    -Sea

  6. [...] for hosting the GF Menu Swap, Natalie. Sorry my post is so stinkin’ late!  And thanks, Orgjunkie for hosting Meal Plan Mondays. It [...]

  7. Hi Natalie –
    Sorry to be posted mine so late! Thank you for hosting!
    -Kate
    http://tinyurl.com/6dscrb

  8. Hi Natalie,
    Is it too late to post my menu? Hope not. I have been running behind this week! Anyway, mine is up now if it;s not too late. Hope you feel better soon:)

  9. Hi natalie!!

    It’s been a long time since I had a chance to stop by!! Congrats on your pregnancy!

    Slacker Mom

  10. You okay? I’m getting a bit concerned. . . .

  11. Tried the chicken potpie and loved it! Hope you’re doing okay.

  12. Sorry to hear you are still so ill with morning sickness. I remember how debilitating that is, especially when certain cooking smells throw you for a loop! I survived on a lot of peanut butter sandwiches.

    Hope you are feeling better soon.

    Hugs from upstate New York.

    -Rachel

  13. Hoping that your absence isn’t caused by how you’re feeling. We miss your fabulous recipes and advice. Hope you’re feeling better soon.

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