Know time is running out in planning your Thanksgiving menu.  However, if you are a procrastinator, here are some ideas for you.

Easily roast a fully-cooked ham with a brown-sugar glaze you concoct which is gluten-free.  If your main course is turkey – melt butter and add sage, salt, pepper, and other spices you like and then stuff turkey with onion, celery, and carrots.  Baste turkey (repeating basting while roasting) with butter mixture and roast until done.  If you like, separate skin from meat and add spices, herbs inside.

Side dishes:  they are not as hard as you think.  Green beans:  Snap green beans and cut onions. Slow-cook together with bacon, butter, salt and pepper until done (nice Southern-style dish!).  Mashed Potatoes:  Chop potatoes & onion and boil together. Strain.  Mash all together.  While mashing, add sour cream, milk, and butter to taste; add salt, pepper, and fresh chives while mashing.  Roasted Autumn Roots:  Combine cubed turnips, onions, sweet potatoes with olive oil and roast with Autumn spices such as cloves, cinnamon, and pumpkin pie spice mix.  You’ll like! 🙂  Sweet potatoes:  cook to canned recipe offering, with gluten-free ‘topping.’  Corn bread dressing:  Make gluten-free corn bread and fry gluten-free sausage.  Sauté onion and celery until done.  Mix cornbread with onion, celery, sage and other spices with sausage and chicken broth and bake until done.

Dessert:  Use pumpkin pie mix & fave crust, gluten free.  Also, check Twitter on-line recipes. 🙂  Use your choice. 🙂

Peace be with you. 🙂