I found a blog yesterday titled blah, blah, blahg…it made me laugh.
It’s a dreary day outside. The kind where it’s overcast and it wouldn’t be as bad if it would just rain. Sadly there is no rain, just wind. Days like this make me want to curl up in the big chair in my parent’s living room and read a good, long book. Like Twilight. I did want to re-read that again before the movie comes out. I find it rather humorous that mine and Josh’s book collection will contain religion books (his major, my minor), psychology books (my major), and my fantasy/crime drama/mystery fiction.
A while ago I mentioned that I should do a blog listing all the gluten free blogs I read. I read an average of about three posts a day from all these sites combined, and usually at least two of the posts are recipes. The amount of posting isn’t overwhelming, and I’ve favorited enough recipes to publish a book (which I wouldn’t do other than for personal use, as most of the recipes are developed by the bloggers or variations on recipes that are already published). Some of these blogs also cover casein, soy, and egg intolerance as well. At least one is vegetarian, and one or two cover kosher food with special posts about Holiday foods.
Here’s the list of blogs:
- Gluten-Free Bay
- A Year of CrockPotting
- Mrs. GF – Recipes for a Gluten Free Life
- Gluten Free Mommy
- Gluten-Free Girl
- Karina’s Kitchen – Recipes from a Gluten-Free Goddess
- Book of Yum
- Gluten A Go Go
- Delightfully Gluten Free (Cassandra just had a beautiful little girl!)
- Ginger Lemon Girl
- Gluten Free Gobsmacked
- Gluten Free in Georgia (and Florida)
- Gluten Free Sox Fan
- Gluten Free Heaven
- Gluten Free in South Africa
- I’m Gluten Free, Baby
- I Am Gluten Free
- kill.the.gluten (where I found my favorite pizza recipe!)
- Rachel’s Recipe Box
- The Gluti Girls (mother and daughter)
- Gluten Free Steve
- A Gluten Free Guide
- Gluten Free Day
- Elana’s Pantry
- Hey, that tastes good!
- Gluten Free Frugal
I didn’t list the ones that haven’t been updated in months. I have them on my reader so I can easily access all their posts and search for recipes.
I’m feeling more awake now, thanks to my ABBA channel on pandora. Don’t judge me. You can’t help but smile when listening to their songs.