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Dinner/Lunch - What did you eat?

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I didn't notice any recent discussion about dinner/lunch so I thought I will start one. I love to cook and eat (well who doesn't!). 

Tonight we had a juicy roasted chicken !! Don't know what I will want tomorrow. So help me out with ideas.

What is everyone else doing for lunch or dinner? Share pics if you can :)

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Hey Ankur. Interesting theme. Though this morning i woke up pretty early did my exercises and because i have day off decided to cook some delicious breakfast. Here is a pic of it ( still fresh) :)
It a rye flour pancake with soy seed, one tomato and fresh chicken meet :) so tastyyy!

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Eliza, please remember that this is a Celiac Disease Forum.  People reading here cannot eat rye. Rye flour contains gluten!


 

 

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Hi Ankur,

It's only been about six months since I got my "official" celiac diagnosis and I have made this a few times:

http://paleoleap.com/sweet-potato-buffalo-chicken-casserole/

In fact, one time I made it for lunch one morning before work, but then ate part of it for breakfast.  My wife said that I finally found a gluten free meal that tasted good!  What's more, my daughter and her hubby tried it and really liked it.  Who would have thunk?!  I was not a big sweet potato/yam fan before my diagnosis.  Also, have only used yams in the recipe but sweet potato is probably close to the same flavor.

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Hi Ankur,

It's only been about six months since I got my "official" celiac diagnosis and I have made this a few times:

http://paleoleap.com/sweet-potato-buffalo-chicken-casserole/

In fact, one time I made it for lunch one morning before work, but then ate part of it for breakfast.  My wife said that I finally found a gluten free meal that tasted good!  What's more, my daughter and her hubby tried it and really liked it.  Who would have thunk?!  I was not a big sweet potato/yam fan before my diagnosis.  Also, have only used yams in the recipe but sweet potato is probably close to the same flavor.

that sounds so yummy!


 

 

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