Monday, December 31, 2012

Gluten Free Dinner for a Crowd

Last night we celebrated a late Christmas dinner at my parents' house.  My sister cooked, and EVERYTHING was gluten free.  It isn't impossible to make a great meal without gluten, as last night proved. 

The lady behind the meal & the man who cooked the fish.

 Here's a visual rundown of what we ate.


Mexican-style dip with tortilla chips 

Rice crackers with tuna salad

Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits with Maple Cream Cheese and Grapes 


Almond Crusted Chicken 

Baked Fish in a Sweet Sauce 

Lamb Kebabs 

Fresh Cheese and Tomato Salad, Peas and Mushrooms & Glazed Carrots

Corn Fritters

Baked Potatoes with Mashed White Beans & Cheese

Roasted Red Peppers

This is what round one of my dinner plate looked like:


I was stuffed and lazy by the time dessert rolled around, and didn't take many photos. 

We had lemon squares, sweet potato pies, cake pops and fruit kebabs.

So the next time somebody says that you can't make a great gluten free dinner for a crowd, tell them b*tch please, and send them on over here to take a look.
Don't tell me it can't be done, because my family does it for my son ALL THE TIME.

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