Is this your first gluten-free holiday season, or are you an experienced cook looking for new gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes? Are you a host or hostess with gluten-free guests? Choose from among these recipes for making gluten-free versions of traditional holiday foods, from About.com's talented and creative Food Guides.
Basting solutions injected into turkey during processing may contain gluten. Here are several popular brands of whole fresh or frozen turkey that, according to the manufacturers, are gluten-free.
From around About.com, here are 10 delicious gluten-free cranberry sauce recipes. Some are traditional cranberry sauce recipes; others are unusual, gourmet recipes. You're sure to find one that appeals to you!
You can make the breads for these dressings yourself or use ready made gluten-free bread. Either way, these dressing recipes are full of flavor and texture.
Try one of these gluten-free sweet potato recipes from About.com's Food Guides and you'll be serving an extra-special gluten-free sweet potato dish.
Savory green beans, roasted carrots, and more -- gluten-free Thanksgiving side dishes from About.com Food Guides.
If you are planning a vegetarian or even a vegan Thanksgiving meal, here are some wonderful gluten-free vegetarian Thanksgiving menu ideas to try.
Gluten-free pumpkin pies are easy to make -- and if you've never tried one, you're really missing a treat.
Preparing gluten-free food for a guest with celiac disease is a serious responsibility, because the guest's health is at stake. This doesn't mean you should hesitate to invite someone who's on a gluten-free diet -- it just means you need to prepare in some special ways.
Follow these tips for making gluten-free versions of your favorite old recipes for traditional holiday foods.