Monday, April 14, 2008

Gluten-Free Menus: April 14

The Gluten-Free Menu Swap is being hosted this week by Gluten-Free Sox, so head on over for some great menu-planning ideas...

Passover starts next Sunday. In our household, we celebrate Shabbat on Fridays and major holidays, but, not being Jewish, I don't fast on Yom Kippur and don't purge my house of chametz (which does actually include some things that the gluten-free do eat) before Passover. We don't, however, serve ham at our seders--all the food there is above board and kosher for Passover. Gluten-Free Bay's Passover Roundup 2007 has great resources and recipes whether or not you'll be heading to a seder soon!

This year, we're going to a record number of seders: three! To all three, I'll take gluten-free mock matzo, and I'll take the tzimmes dish below to the first one. I'm on the list for a dessert for seder #2, and I'm looking for a yummy, not-t00-bad-for-you dessert that TRAVELS. We'll be driving 10 hours the day of the seder. Any ideas?

Sunday: turkey chili, apples and kale, cornbread
Monday: Chipotle Macaroni and Cheese, salad
Tuesday: Black Bean Burgers, mashed butternut squash, kasha and onions
Wednesday: mac n' cheese redux
Thursday: more bean burgers!
Friday: pizza, salad
Saturday: We're taking Winter Squash-Chicken Tzimmes to a pre-seder seder

3 comments:

Angela said...

Wow! I am going to have to try the matzo recipe. My kids used to really like matzo back in the day...

Thank you so much for sharing!

angelaskitchen.com

Sally Parrott Ashbrook said...

Mmmm that chipotle mac'n'cheese sounds really tasty.

Faye said...

I too, am going to try that matzo recipe. I think that matzo is one of the foods I really miss at Passover. My sister Ellen, of I Am Gluten Free (www.iamglutenfree.blogspot.com) posted some interesting recipes yesterday for the holidays. You might want to take a peek! Enjoy your holiday...

Faye
www.glutenfreeforme.blogspot.com