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My friends and I decided to establish a regular Couples' Night every month or so as a New Years resolution to make sure we see each other more often. To make it more fun we decided to make them thematic, tied to different countries to establish the food choices for the night. My husband and I kick-started our events last night by hosting German Night at our house. I have to say it went off quite well. We had some great food choices (mostly all German themed) and just had a good time. I'm going to post some of the German gluten free recipes we came up with. I'm lucky to have some really awesome friends who are doing their best to experiment with gluten free cooking for me as well. I got homemade gluten free sausages from Local Market in Falls Church. My husband grilled them on the barbeque for us and they were delish. And I made a sauerbraten and red cabbage recipe that my Aunt Jean gave me. I just made a few minor alterations to make it gluten free. My friend, Laura also made an amazing German potato salad that I will be hounding her for the recipe. Overall, it was a good time and I hope you take a look at the recipe page to get some ideas for yourselves. Can't wait till Irish night on St. Patty's day. If anyone has some good gluten free Irish soda bread recipes, I'm all ears.
I'm a stay at home mom and writer who has been living in the NOVA area for the past nine years. I love to shop and I love good food. I'm hoping that combo will pay off as I seek out the best gluten free food in the NOVA area. Enjoy!