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  1. Celiac.com 01/19/2019 - Want to blow some minds, turn some heads, and please some hungry eaters? These pulled pork quesadillas are just the thing to rock your Super Bowl Party or your next big potluck. They are guaranteed to disappear and have people asking for the recipe. Ingredients: 1 package Kirkland Signature Pulled Pork (or other plain, gluten-free pulled pork--32 ounces) 2 dozen gluten-free corn tortillas, fried crisp 1 medium head of green cabbage, finely shredded 1 large carrot, peeled and shredded 1 cup cilantro, minced 1 cup cooking oil Miracle Whip, Kewpie, or a gluten-free version* Apple Cider vinegar Sugar, to taste Salt, to taste Black pepper, to taste 4 large, ripe avocados 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 3 cups gluten-free Pico de Gallo, or other fresh salsa Gluten-free hot sauce, as desired Directions: First, you’re going to blend the shredded cabbage and carrot, sugar, Miracle Whip (or other), cider vinegar, salt and pepper to make good old fashioned coleslaw. If you already have a favorite coleslaw recipe, you can make that. Here's a simple coleslaw recipe, just in case. Make slaw ahead of time, and set aside. Drain off any excess moisture from the coleslaw before serving. The next thing you’ll do is make guacamole from the avocados. Here’s a recipe for great guacamole, although, I'd omit the cilantro for this dish. Alternatively, you can put the peeled and pitted avocados in a bowl, mash them up, and stir in a bit of pico de Gallo, lemon juice and salt. Fresh tortillas work best for this dish, but you can use pre-made in a pinch. If making fresh tortilla crisps, begin by heating cooking oil in deep pan. Cook one tortilla at a time, turning as needed. When tortillas are crisp and golden brown, remove to paper towel on a plate. Cook remaining tortillas. Heat pulled pork in small batches, as needed. When tortillas are all cooked and pulled pork is heated, it’s time to make tostadas. To make tostadas, place one crisp tortilla shell on a plate, and top with guacamole, then coleslaw. Add cilantro, pulled pork, salsa and hot sauce as desired. Enjoy! *Miracle Whip is not labeled gluten-free, but it contains no gluten ingredients, and is well tolerated by many folks with celiac disease. If you prefer, you can make your own using gluten-free mayonnaise, cider vinegar, sugar, mustard, and dried garlic powder. Start with the mayo, then add sugar and other ingredients one by one, until you reach your desired taste.
  2. What is everyone planning on eating for super bowl watching snacks? I am not a big football person, but I do watch the game and the commercials. My husband suggested we break out the deep fryer and make fried chicken tenders and fried pickles since it has been a while, and I agreed that is a great idea. Yum Yum! Hopefully we can leave some ideas here to inspire our people new to gluten-free and Celiac life. I marinate my chicken tenders in buttermilk, sriracha, and spices. Then coat in gluten-free bisquik, and fry. Really nice to have something like that since I definitely can't go through a drive through and get it like the old days.
  3. Tonight we are having a get together at our house. I thought it'd be easier to have it at my house, since I know everything is celiac-friendly. We're doing snacks only, the get-together is post dinner, but I am serving light snacks and told my friends to bring something they wanted to share. Well one girl is making a dessert. She said she tried to find the right ingredients but one of them, she couldnt locate the gluten-free version of an item, so now she is bringing gluten-dessert to my house. I'm extremely offended. I wouldn't bring a known allergen to the house of a sufferer. I don't really want to deal with the drama of calling her out on it. What do you do? Is your house strictly gluten-free? Am I being too sensitive? I have enough of an emotional roller coaster dealing with this - now I have inconsiderate friends to add to the mix. I'm crying over this. Doesn't she care enough to be considerate of my dietary needs? It's not like it's at her house.
  4. Here is the problem I need advice on: My 7 yr old is getting very jealous of my recently diagnosed 3 yr old. Why? Because whenever we go to a birthday party of family dinner I always bring my 3 yr old, dinner and dessert. But my 7 yr old often would rather eat what I brought my 3yr old because it is better than what we are being served at the party/family gathering. So, what is fair? Do I let my 7yr old be jealous/mad (reminding her that she still gets to enjoy lots of things her younger sister doesnt, ie, hot lunch at school, dinner/dessert when at a friend's house for a sleepover, snack at the concession stand, etc) or do I bring her dinner and dessert as well?
  5. This excellent recipe comes to us from Jane B. This recipe is a hit at any party. Meatballs: 4 lbs. lean ground beef 1 cup water ½ cup gluten-free soy sauce Mix well with hands and form into 1 inch balls and put in baking pan with balls touching and crowded. Bake approximately 30-35 minutes at 350F, drain well. Sauce: Brown a finely diced onion in a little olive oil and add: 2 bottles of gluten-free bbq sauce 2 jars of apricot jam (it must be jam and should be in equal amount to bbq sauce - approximately 1 lb. 8 oz. measurements) Heat together on stove top then transfer to a crockpot, add meatballs and cook all day on low heat.