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Recipe Ideas

As you know, I’m on this everything-free diet, which means I’m on the lookout for new recipes (that do no involve tofu because, um, ick.) I thought I’d share some of my picks from last week. Not all are gluten-free and vegan. For some, I’d skip the cheese or go with goat’s milk. For others I’d use a gluten-free grain.

Here we go…

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Creamy avocado, arugula, broccoli soup from Honest Fare

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Twice-baked potatoes from The Kitchen Sink

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Husband’s healing stew from Oh She Glows

Cauliflower-quinoa salad

Warm salad of roast cauliflower and quinoa from Stone Soup

GF biscuits

Gluten-free savory baking powder biscuits from I Heart Wellness

seasonal spring sushi asparagus pineappleAsparagus, pineapple, and cucumber sushi from Peas & Crayons

lentil bolognese

Lentil bolognese from Prevention RD

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Artichoke and white bean dip from Food, Fitness, FreshAir

What are you cooking this week? (Yeah, sandwiches and cereal count.)

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21 comments

1 Nicole, RD { 05.02.11 at 6:26 am }

Aw, thanks for the link love! I can’t wait for Cobb Salads tonight. Simple, fresh, and just all the goods in one big ole bowl :) Have a great week, Tracey!

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Tracey Reply:

I love Cobb salad. Pre-Crazy Diet it was one of my favorite things to order out.

Enjoy it!

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2 Estela @ Weekly Bite { 05.02.11 at 6:47 am }

All of those recipes look delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

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3 Stacy { 05.02.11 at 7:04 am }

All those recipes look yummy and thanks for making me add 40 new blogs to my already super long Google Reader! ;)

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Tracey Reply:

Ha ha. Mine’s bursting at the seams, too.

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4 Amy B @ Second City Randomness { 05.02.11 at 9:10 am }

ha ha… cereal is something I “cook” on an almost daily basis… :p

I’ll find out my menu for the week soon- it all depends on what’s on special at the grocery store tonight when I go.

I’m crossing my fingers for asparagus to be involved.

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Tracey Reply:

You’re so good to go off of the specials. I always want to do that then fail.

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5 FoodFitnessFreshair { 05.02.11 at 9:14 am }

Aw thanks! If you get a chance to try it, I hope you enjoy it! Are you still based in Maryland?

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Tracey Reply:

I’ll definitely let you know!

I’m in Virginia now, just outside DC.

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6 Heather C { 05.02.11 at 9:56 am }

Those all look really yummy especially that baked potato. This week I am making turkey chili and since the weather is nice some pizza’s on the grill and then who know what for all the other nights.

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Tracey Reply:

Pizzas on the grill!?! *insert jealous face here*

The worst part of living in an apartment is the lack of grill.

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7 Carly { 05.02.11 at 10:46 am }

Angela’s tomato cheezy risotto is one of my favorite things ever!
I discovered how hard eating gluten free while on the road can be. I had more then one Starbucks smoothie yesterday.

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Tracey Reply:

I just saw it…yummm.

Yeah, there aren’t many good gluten-free options that are super fast. Salads are great, but most portable ones have packaged dressings with gluten.

At least Starbucks has smoothies!

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8 Lenna { 05.02.11 at 12:15 pm }

You have the best eye on great recipes! All of these look delicious:)

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Tracey Reply:

I spend a lot of time looking. :)

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9 Katie @ peacebeme { 05.02.11 at 1:51 pm }

Last night I cooked soy-glazed salmon (gluten-free) and oven-roasted asparagus. SO GOOD!

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Tracey Reply:

That sounds great. I love salmon.

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10 Clarissa { 05.02.11 at 3:12 pm }

All looks good! I’m literally on this everything free diet – including all cooked food, anything white, meat, etc. Well I can cheat for dinner until tmrw, but breakfast lunch and snacks are all raw :( it’s making me sad, but I’m determined to physically feel better somehow.

Thanks so much for that rawfood website last week via comments! Heading to check it out now!

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Tracey Reply:

Hope you find stuff there that’ll help with cravings and fill you up. Another raw foods site that’s great is http://www.pure2raw.com.

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11 Jenn L @ Peas and Crayons { 05.03.11 at 8:51 pm }

I will totally come help you make it!!! =) thank you so much for the shoutout! <3 mwah!

This made my day ;)

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Tracey Reply:

You’re most welcome. Don’t offer to come cook for me. You’ll blink and be on a plane to DC and my kitchen. :)

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