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Is anybody gonna be heading down to the Birmingham show on March 24th?

I stumbled upon the Potluck page today, and now I'm trying to brainstorm. Vegetarian chili is always fun and easy and good for feeding a group. Then again, I'm still in a New Orleans mood after Mardi Gras, maybe red beans and rice.... I'd love to hit up with some good Southern food while Amanda and crew are down in Alabama. Hmm, either way, have to do some digging around on ideas of something good and gluten free.

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Southern Food, eh? Oh I have a recommendation! While I cannot eat soy, this recipe is to die for - http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/gluten-free-southern-vegetarian-barbe...

and this link is for GF cornbread
http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/archives/gluten-free-souther...

(and just in case its not common knowledge, replace soy with rice milk and eggs with egg replacer [available at whole foods] to make it completely allergen free!)

I've made it several times.

In terms of dessert - Allergen free, vegan banana bread with cranberries and cinnamon is always a hit when I make it. Here is a recipe close to the one I use.
http://www.ehow.com/how_4610328_allergen-free-banana-bread.html
Just add cranberries.

As a desert type food, you could make that. I myself am hopefully bringing food to the St. Pete show, and I'm planning allergen free tomato and potato pizza and vanilla cake with frosting. I would cook something major, but I'm a senior in high school, and I don't think I'll have the time for it. Good luck with your cooking!

I hope I helped a little with ideas!

Anne-Sophie
i will be heading down there,
i want to bring food!
I've got dessert covered... i'm bringing cookies as usual
Chuck said:
i will be heading down there,
i want to bring food!

Whatcha thinking about bringing, man? I'm going to look at the GF cornbread recipe that Anne posted (Thanks Anne!) Maybe some veggie chili... part of me really wants to do fried green tomatoes, but I'm pretty sure you can't make those any kinds of healthy. ;) I'm also pondering banana pudding, if I can find GF vanilla wafers at Whole Foods.
I PLAN ON BEING THERE WITH MY SPECIAL VEGGIE-KABOB SKEWERS!
You are totally killing my idea of providing a pan of my award winning southern cornbread,

Anne said:
Southern Food, eh? Oh I have a recommendation! While I cannot eat soy, this recipe is to die for - http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/gluten-free-southern-vegetarian-barbe...

and this link is for GF cornbread
http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/archives/gluten-free-souther...

(and just in case its not common knowledge, replace soy with rice milk and eggs with egg replacer [available at whole foods] to make it completely allergen free!)

I've made it several times.

In terms of dessert - Allergen free, vegan banana bread with cranberries and cinnamon is always a hit when I make it. Here is a recipe close to the one I use.
http://www.ehow.com/how_4610328_allergen-free-banana-bread.html
Just add cranberries.

As a desert type food, you could make that. I myself am hopefully bringing food to the St. Pete show, and I'm planning allergen free tomato and potato pizza and vanilla cake with frosting. I would cook something major, but I'm a senior in high school, and I don't think I'll have the time for it. Good luck with your cooking!

I hope I helped a little with ideas!

Anne-Sophie
honestly i have no idea,
has anyone gotten a response from Lydia?

Jason said:
Chuck said:
i will be heading down there,
i want to bring food!

Whatcha thinking about bringing, man? I'm going to look at the GF cornbread recipe that Anne posted (Thanks Anne!) Maybe some veggie chili... part of me really wants to do fried green tomatoes, but I'm pretty sure you can't make those any kinds of healthy. ;) I'm also pondering banana pudding, if I can find GF vanilla wafers at Whole Foods.
Completely unintentional, smashing your idea, I mean, and I'm sure that good food never gets turned down. For instance, I've eaten the same curry for a week now, and I still can't get enough, ahaha. And since it'll be at least a couple of days between then, and our show, I think it wouldn't feel like leftovers. I think you should still make it :]

Kurtis Marsh said:
You are totally killing my idea of providing a pan of my award winning southern cornbread,

Anne said:
Southern Food, eh? Oh I have a recommendation! While I cannot eat soy, this recipe is to die for - http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/gluten-free-southern-vegetarian-barbe...

and this link is for GF cornbread
http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/archives/gluten-free-souther...

(and just in case its not common knowledge, replace soy with rice milk and eggs with egg replacer [available at whole foods] to make it completely allergen free!)

I've made it several times.

In terms of dessert - Allergen free, vegan banana bread with cranberries and cinnamon is always a hit when I make it. Here is a recipe close to the one I use.
http://www.ehow.com/how_4610328_allergen-free-banana-bread.html
Just add cranberries.

As a desert type food, you could make that. I myself am hopefully bringing food to the St. Pete show, and I'm planning allergen free tomato and potato pizza and vanilla cake with frosting. I would cook something major, but I'm a senior in high school, and I don't think I'll have the time for it. Good luck with your cooking!

I hope I helped a little with ideas!

Anne-Sophie
I got several responses from Lydia, she is so nice. I hope to see you guys backstage or at the show
i'd like to encourage all of you to take lots of pics and even video if you can - we want to document the potluck process so other bands can see how cool this is. We want to feed more musicians!

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