This month, I am again participating in Book of Yum’s Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger event. It’s a great event that encourages gluten-free bloggers and foodies to try gluten-free recipes by other gluten-free bloggers and write about the experience. I often see gluten-free recipes on other websites that I want to try, but put off actually making them for various reasons.
This month, I decided to try a recipe for Firehouse Boneless Pork Ribs posted by Brian at Fire and Salt. Brian is a firefighter who began cooking gluten-free for his celiac wife. He has a lot of great-looking recipes on his blog, and I was glad to finally get a chance to share one of his recipes with you. I had never cooked boneless pork ribs before, but decided to buy them at the store when they were on sale. I was happy to find Brian’s recipe. It looked fabulous!
So, I gave it a try. It was so quick and easy to prepare. The slow-cooking method made the meat so tender it almost melted in my mouth. And the flavor was just as good as I expected. The best part about the recipe: my kids liked it, too! I never know if they’re going to eat food I prepare from a new recipe. They were a little hesitant, but did try it. My daughter’s first comment was “yuuuumm!” Well, that pretty much says it all. A perfect recipe to share for this month’s edition of Book of Yum’s Adopt a GF Blogger.
(I served the pork ribs with a little extra barbecue sauce, along with my husband’s famous garlic mashed potatoes and my Broccoli Mushroom casserole.)
Brian has recently posted many recipes that would be great at a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner, so be sure to check them out:
- Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole
- Gluten-Free Sweet and Spicy Pecans
- Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread Pudding
- Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cheesecake
And let me tempt you with some more of the decadent desserts he’s made:
- Almond Toffee
- Gluten-Free Eclairs
- Triple Layer Chocolate Cake with Ganache Filling
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake
So many good gluten-free recipes out there to try, better get started….