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Word Search Help For Gluten Free Magazine
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I told the mom daughter team I'd help them with their magazine on gluten.net. Can you all help me with a list of yummy things to eat for Thanksgiving that are gluten free please. She's offered to have the kids at my kids' school help her and I need your help. :) We need to make a word search. Can you ask your kids to help you come up with a list of yummy gluten free things that could be put into a word search. This could be fun. Hope some of you can help me. Ex. pumpkin pie

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My son's favorite is cranberry sauce.

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Black olives, rice stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, peas, chocolate, truffles, whipped cream (for the pumpkin pie!), stuffed celery, and lots of stuff I can't think of!

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Turkey. :)

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Green beans with mushrooms

Nuts of all kinds

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I'll need a few more. Anything unusual? My family likes crawdads on Thanksgiving, right out of the Sacramento River. :blink: The also eat elk and duck and mountain gaot.

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Our neighbors have duck. I had lasagna a couple of times.

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Kangaroo? Can you get it there?

And I lurve rabbit.

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Fruit salad, deviled eggs, pickles (on the relish tray with the olives), baked apples, corn, oh my goodness I am looking forward to Thanksgiving!!

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That is great. Please share what turducken is. Sorry I don't know. Sounds good. :)

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It's a southern thing, a chicken stuffed inside a duck stuffed inside a turkey (believe it or not)!

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cornbread

stuffing

mincemeat pie

ham

Jello salad

I also remember that episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond" where they decide to have fish instead of turkey...

ETA:

green beans

marshmallows

eggnog

sparkling cider

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Thanks a bunch. I'm going to try to get this done for them.

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