Yes, I can make my own gluten-free cholent (I prefer the Moroccan variety with brown rice in place of barley and lots of beans and sweet potatoes and fragrant spices), but I'm not big on leftovers -- or eating cholent alone. I could make challah, but as I can't eat it, there would be no one to eat it. (I'm talking the real stuff here, folks. Yes, I still make gluten-free oat challah for me, but I miss being able to braid and serve my own delicious challot.
So, for now, I have unorthodox Shabbat meals alone. And for now, it will suffice. Items below consumed Friday night with some New Planet Beer (gluten free!).
|A Mediterranean-style gluten-free, vegan pizza with artichoke hearts, sundried tomatoes, |
kalamata olives, spinach, and Daiya vegan cheese!
|A dessert pizza! Gluten-free crust with a homemade cashew spread, |
grilled pineapple, blueberries, and pistachios!
|Yucca fries! Boiled for a bit, then baked with olive oil and paprika.|