This month we had a small but determined pair of Adopt-a-gluten-free Participants. I’m not going to give up on our little event, though, and this month I’m even going to join in and adopt someone! Now that the holidays are over, I hope everyone has more time to share the love with other gluten-free bloggers. Ultimately, that’s what this event is all about- getting to know your fellow gluten-free bloggers and highlighting their wonderful recipes. Hope to see you join us next time! (Sign up post coming very soon!)
Heather of Celiac Family has been a regular participant in Adopt-a-gluten-free Blogger, so I’d like to give a big hip-hip hurray for her and her continued participation! This time around the intrepid Heather adopted Diane of the Whole Gang. As a long time lover of pupusas, she just had to try Diane’s Pork-filled Pupusas, and she was inspired to finally make the traditional accompaniment of Spicy Slaw. Heather loved the ease of this recipe and found the results were really good eats, and very similar to the traditional pupusas that she can buy in California. Yay for another excellent recipe adoption!
A bevy of Yummy Gluten-free recipes:
Diane’s recipe for Pupusas
Diane’s recipe for Spicy Slaw
and just for fun
my recipe for gluten-free vegetarian Arepas
Amy of Life Minus Gluten joined in with her love of clam chowder and Cook’s Illustrated know-how, adopting Brian of Fire and Salt and making his clam chowder recipe to almost universal family approval. (Apparently her daughter “doesn’t like potatoes, clams, soup, celery,creamy stuff, etc so her opinion was not sought for this review.” Hee hee. Those crazy kids.) Anyway, Amy proclaimed the recipe fabulous, perfect for drizzly and cold winter weather, and not only was it thick, creamy, savory and salty, but she said it was some of the best chowder she had ever eaten. She would give it 5 clams- and I would give Amy 5 clams (or oyster mushrooms) for joining us with her lovey post and review!