Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Allergy-Free Wednesdays Week 39: October 17, 2012

Hello and welcome to Allergy-Free Wednesdays (AFW).
  AFW is a weekly blog hop where folks can share their allergy-free cuisine, gain knowledge about allergy-related topics/issues, and connect with others living or caring for someone with food allergies.

This is a weekly blog hop hosted by myself and six other fabulous allergy-free bloggers.  Your weekly submissions will be shared on all 7 blogs!  Check back each week for reader favorites and recipe highlights.  

Before linking up - PLEASE click HERE to review rules, guidelines, and legal information.  Thank you!  
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Featured Recipes & Highlights

Each week AFW features the three most popular recipes from the previous week, and the six AFW hostesses will highlight their favorites.  Please note that your submission must contain a link back to our Allergy-Free Wednesday's Blog Hop in order to be featured.  Click HERE for last week's entries and the appropriate back link.  

So without further ado...

May I present you with the most popular submission (most viewed by readers):

Inflammation: Your Worst Enemy  
   From: Real Food Forager 

And here are the three fabulous recipes/posts I chose to highlight:

Carob Pudding 
(dairy free, cane-sugar free, vegan)
From:  Laura's Gluten Free Pantry 

Spicy Pumpkin & Butter Bean Soup with Sumac 
(vegan & gluten free) 
From: The Fussiest Eater 
  
Cinnamon Apple Muffins 
(grain free)
From: Cooking Gluten and Dairy Free 


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And thanks for being awesome and reading through our guidelines before linking up!
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24 comments:

  1. Mmmmm, love that Carob Pudding. I'll be making it soon! I'm linking up an easy to make Chocolate Almond Milk. Thanks for hosting such a wonderful weekly event. I always look forward to it!

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    1. Hi Heather,

      I look forward to making that pudding too! I love your almond milk thank you so much for sharing it with us this week.

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  2. Hi Amber,
    Thanks so much for featuring my Inflammation article!

    I shared my coconut blueberry pudding and an article about a modern day Weston Price -- so amazing!

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    1. Absolutely, Jill. It's a great read and I hope others take the time to read it. Love that coconut blueberry pudding and I look forward to reading about the modern day Weston Price. :-)

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  3. Hey Amber-

    I shared a family recipe - my Aunt Nettie's Chicken Salad with roasted red peppers, garlic, fresh parsley and dressed with olive oil.

    Thanks for hosting this great hop! I love looking at all the great recipes.

    Jen

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    1. Also entered Grain Free Pumpkin Bread with Coconut Sugar, Cinnamon and Pecan Topping...

      Thanks again-

      Jen

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    2. I love your breads, Jen! Always amazing. :-)

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    3. And I'll be featuring your Aunt Nettie's Chicken Salad. I have a weakness for any sort of chicken salad. It's my fave.

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  4. Hi Amber,
    I shared my recipe for homemade ranch dressing and a kitchen tip on keeping spinach fresh and saving money for smoothies!

    Thank you for hosting - I hope you are continuing to feel better!
    xo
    Megan

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    1. Hi Meg,

      Love this recipe and your addition of dairy free yogurt. I look forward to trying.

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  5. Hi Amber,
    Thanks for hosting! I've added my No-Bread Oatmeal French Toast. Have a great week! :-)

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    1. Hi Lauren,

      Sounds delicious. I'm always impressed with your creative recipes. Hope you're well.

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  6. Hi Amber, I missed out on sharing last week- I got to busy! So here is my Mango "Lassie Dog" art piece and ice cream recipe... I know you already saw it- but now other people can too. (I was really sorry to hear about how sick you were.)
    Love, Dawn

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    1. Just your Lassie Dog post, Dawn! So creative. Thanks for sharing with us.

      Thanks for the well wishes. That was a difficult few weeks, but I'm so glad to have my health back. Life feels amazing when I'm well. I really cherish these times. :-)

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  7. Thanks for hosting! I love this link-up, and look forward to being a part of it every week! :)

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    1. Thanks for being part of our community. :-)

      We value and treasure all the amazing, healthy, allergy-free recipes each week.

      Be Well,
      --Amber

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  8. thanks for hosting! i'm sharing a diary free recipe for mashed potatoes, with fresh herbs and yes, my kiddos eat them! i use coconut kefir for dairy free kiddos taters.

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    1. Hi Jenna,

      Love dairy free potato recipes. Looks awesome. :-)

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  9. Hi Amber!

    I'm sharing a Beet Salad That Will Blow Your Mind and a 5 Minute Date Night Chocolate Dessert with an Insane Giveaway.

    http://www.beyondthepeel.net/2012/10/5-minute-date-night-chocolate-dessert.html

    Have a great day!

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    1. Love your latest TV Tuesday - that chocolate looks just perfect - simple and delicious.

      And we are big, big fans of beets on this end. Thanks for sharing with us. I always enjoy your healthy, easy, fun recipes.

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  10. Hi Amber - A belated thanks for the feature a few weeks back of my Buffalo Chicken Meatloaf! Haven't been feeling so well, so haven't been online much :( The good news is, I did manage to make up a new Chicken & Prosciutto Meatball recipe that came out AMAZING! Hope you enjoy it :) ~Lisa

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    1. My pleasure. Just love that recipe.

      I'm sending you well wishes. I hope you feel better soon. Your chicken and prosciutto meatball recipe look amazing. Always looking for new ways to work with chicken.

      Take care friend.

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  11. Wow! I feel so honored to be featured, thank you!!! This week I shared a vegan pumpkin cheesecake. I really hope you are feeling better - thanks for hosting :)
    Cassidy

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    1. OH MY! All the recipes have been so amazing.

      And this pumpkin cheese cake...YES please! What a fabulous recipe. I can't wait to try...and your awesome crust. I'm always looking for new crust recipes. :)

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