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    Default 2009 Weekly Dinner Menu - 1.5-1.11

    Monday - Chicken Fajitas, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Iced Tea

    Tuesday - Veggied Pork Chops (pork chops cooked with tomatoes and bell peppers), Rice, Iced Tea, Pineapple Upside Down Cake

    Wednesday - Sausage, Sauerkraut, Iced Tea

    Thursday - Eggs, Bacon, Toast, Pancakes

    Friday - Soup and Sandwiches


    Saturday - Ham, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Iced Tea

    Sunday - Homemade Mini Pizzas, Iced Tea

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    Very good menu! I wish I lived at your house! LOL!!!

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    yep! a very good menu! what kind of sausage did you cook with the sauerkraut?

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    It is a local Texas sausage that is Gluten Free. My brother has Crohn's disease and needs to follow a strict gluten free diet.

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    I have friends with the same problem! any brands that I can suggest to them or prepare when they come to visit?

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    I love the idea of breakfast for dinner....love pancakes~~!
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    The brand of sausage is called Kiolbassa.

    Just remember that gluten is a part of wheat. So anything made with wheat is out. Also be careful of anything with modified food starch. Chips and salsa, taquitos, grilled meats and veggies, Egg noodles/rice pasta, and corn tortillas are staples here. The gluten free pasta tastes just like regular pasta and with spaghetti sauce you can't tell it is made with rice. I also get Bob's Red Mill brand items. They have gluten free flour that is a perfect substitute for anything that needs flour. They also have brownie and cookie mixes that are gluten free. If you need any ideas, just let me know.

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    Default Re: 2009 Weekly Dinner Menu - 1.5-1.11

    I have a couple of students that have just been diagnosed this past week with celiac's;-\ mom was diagnosed with lupus and FM over the holidays. obviously, they are getting lots of info from physicians, but with all that's happening, I'm sure they are just overwhelmed. so the info that you just shared (for another reason) will help here and maybe I can offer some suggestions -- thanks to you -- until they get a handle on things. one of the gals loves to cook and has been doing most of the cooking for the last few months for the whole family. Dad's good, but he's been trying to take care of the wee ones to give the older ones some space. I can come up with some menu suggestions that she can develop into some plans (yep, I've been coaching the oldest! LOL!) that includes the info that I've just learned from you

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