Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger

Seamaiden of Book of Yum is on her way to Japan, so I’ll be the host for July’s edition for Adopt a GF Blogger. It’s pretty simple:

  1. Choose a GF blogger or someone who features GF recipes on their site.  The only hard part is choosing just one!  And this is on a first come, first serve basis.  Email me your adoption requests to cheryl(at)eharrishome(dot)com, or you can leave a comment.  Please let me know your name, the address for your blog, and the address of your desired blogger, too.
  2. Make one of the recipes and blog about it between July 28 – Aug 11.
  3. Don’t have a blog?  If you’d like, I can always post a page up on my site.  We’re an inclusive GF family ’round these parts.
  4. Send me a link to the post and a purty pic, and a few days after the 11th, I’ll post a round-up.

For more info and history, check out the main adoption headquarters.

Let the fun begin!

  1. I’m choosing Ricki, of Diet, Dessert and Dogs, because…Ricki rocks, and I can’t wait to “have” to try her recipes!
  2. Mary Francis of GF Cooking School just couldn’t wait to adopt Kate, of Gluten Free Gobsmacked.
  3. Terri at Faking it GF Style is adopting Tiffany at Life After Gluten.
  4. Kimberly of Living Free will be be adopting for the first time, and her pick is Sally of Aprovechar
  5. Thomas from the GFCF experience is adopting the lovely Lauren of Celiac Teen.
  6. Hannah has adopted Mrs. GF
  7. Anna, of Gluten Free Anna, will be joining us for the first time and adopting Mary Frances from Gluten Free Cooking School

and you?

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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18 Responses to Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger

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  2. Ricki says:

    Wow–how cool! I am just gobsmacked and thrilled to be “adopted” for this event and so happy to be included! Thanks so much.

    If I’m not able to adopt someone this time round (mega work over the next 2 weeks), I will definitely keep my eyes open for the next one and look forward to trying out some fabulous GF recipes.

  3. terri says:

    i want to adopt tiffany at life after gluten

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  5. That’s OK Ricki, Brenda at http://www.bookofyum.com or someone else hosts every month so they’re no rush. Hope work goes well!

  6. Kimberly says:

    I would like to adopt Sally at Aprovechar.

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  8. I would like to adopt Mrs. GF from Recipes For a Gluten Free Life (myglutenfreecookbook.blogspot.com). I saw her chocolate date cookies on her website and the kids and I will be making them this week. thanks.

  9. Thomas says:

    Hi Cheryl, thanks for hosting. I would like to adopt Lauren from Celiac Teen (http://celiecteen.blogspot.com) this month.

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  16. mike says:

    is there a GF cookbook available?

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