Gluten-Free 4th of July: a random roundup.

HELLO my friends!

I owe you about 23 catch up blog posts — London, Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, Scotland, and Dublin to name just a few. πŸ˜‰

But for now, we’re unpacking boxes in our NEW HOME and taking a little time out to celebrate this weekend.

Need some ideas to get your celebration started?

A random list of gluten-free 4th of July-ness

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  • I can guarantee there will be some Tito’s being poured — they just sent over some goodies to kick off summer.

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This year’s version of “Summer in the City.”

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Pineapple Strawberry La Croix and fresh mango with some smooth Tito’s vodka. EnJOY!

  • Here’s hoping one of our friends brings pie — maybe cherry?
  • My GF nephew, Chef Carter made this summery salad over at grandma’s house and luckily she snapped a pic. Any red berries will work, blueberries are perfect for the blue (or maybe mulberries?) and banana slices to finish it off. He was SO proud.

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Over here, his auntie went with more of an indulgent treat, but it was a ladies’ crafternoon and I couldn’t help myself after seeing it on Pinterest. What should we call them? Firecrackers, Sparklers, Americabobs? Whatever you decide to call them, you have time to make them for the weekend — just whip up a batch of gluten free brownies and skewer them with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and marshmallows.

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And our crafternoon turned out just fabulous!

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Happy (gluten-free!) 4th of July!

 

 

3 thoughts on “Gluten-Free 4th of July: a random roundup.

  1. Awww, what fun and goodness you’ve shared! Chef Carter is so cute and so talented. It’s time for another margarita for sure–I’ll take yours or mine right now–and I need to get on that Tito’s mailing list for sure. πŸ˜‰ Summer in the City … Sooo Clever, and–no doubt–delicious! Hope you had a fabulous 4th in your new home, dear!

    Shirley

  2. Once again LπŸŽ†VED the read. Happy 4th I am going to try the brownies! Very interesting article. Congratulations on the resource mention in the book πŸ“š. I may be particularly partial, but very proud of you.

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