Jules Shepard


Cranberry Chutney

Chunky cranbery chutney is a fresh alternative to traditional cranberry sauce. A tasty accompaniment, it looks beautiful on the table. It can be made up to a week ahead and stored in the refrigerator. Serve warm or cold.

Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Soup

This versatile pumpkin and sweet potato soup is easy to modify to suit tastes and available ingredients. For a thinner consistency, add more stock. Prepare it in a crockpot to free up space on the stove. It can be made three days ahead; reheat before serving.

Pumpkin Pepper Hummus

This healthy, seasonal recipe turns traditional hummus on its head. Make this pumpkin pepper hummus ahead and refrigerate until used. Serve with gluten-free chips or crackers. So tasty!

Easy and Delicious! Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about reflecting upon our blessings, but it's hard for celiacs and people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity to appreciate this all-American day of gratitude when it revolves around mostly gluten-rich foods. That’s why Gluten Free & More provides gluten-free and dairy-free Thanksgiving recipes every year to help those with special dietary needs make the most of the holiday. This complete gluten-free Thanksgiving menu is sure to please those with eating restrictions and those without! Find gluten-free dairy-free stuffing, gluten-free dairy-free casseroles, gluten free gravies, turkey rubs, and more!


Pesto Potato Salad

Vegan Pesto Potato Salad

  Help! There’s a Vegan in My House! Keep everyone in your house happy and well fed with this delicious recipe. Potato salad gets an herbaceous makeover...
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Cancer & Celiac Disease

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