Turkey/Chicken: I have a small family and there will only be 8 of us for dinner, so I am going to cook a whole chicken in the crock pot on high. This takes about 4 hours, until the meat is ready per the meat thermometer, in my smaller crock. I haven't tried it in my big crock, which always seems to take longer, but if you don't know your crock, err on the side of it taking longer or precook a chicken this week to make sure. I don't do anything fancy with it, just open the crock pot and plop it in. I do remember to take out the little bag of organs before I cook it. That's it. It's moist and good this way.
Stuffing. I plan to make a pan of Pamela's gluten free cornbread and then make it into stuffing with this recipe: http://cookeatshare.com/recipes/simple-cornbread-dressing-with-sage-157998
Gravy: I plan to use this recipe.
About.com Gluten Free Cooking
And some other vegetables, corn and maybe green beans. No one here likes the green bean casseroles, so I don't have to worry about them. Broccoli and cheese is good or a broccoli casserole using Ener-G crackers instead of wheat filled crackers in the recipe or I might use this one. It looks really yummy.
Gluten Free Mommy
I might make some gluten free dinner rools using this recipe Jules and I will buy some prepackaged rolls for the non-gluten free people.
I'll definitely make the Gluten Free Easily Crustless Pumpkin Pie. and maybe a coconut pie
Posted by Fatcat at 8:53 AM