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23 November 2006

Happy Thanksgiving, to everyone reading.

This year, I am so filled with gratitude that I cannot begin to list it. This year, I would like to say, simply: thank you.

For everyone reading who has written to thank me, to share recipes and ideas, and to inspire me to keep posting gluten-free goodness as often as I can: thank you.

For everyone who has written in the last few days -- and even today -- to tell me that you made your first gluten-free Thanksgiving with the recipes we have posted in the last week: thank you.

For my family, my friends, my book publishers, my agent, the clerks at the grocery store across the street, the people who have grown my food for me, the world: thank you.

And of course, my gratitude toward the Chef coming into my life this year knows no bounds. I have no words. Just, thank you, my love.

I hope that you all had a Thanksgiving filled with laughter, memorable food, and an ease of mind that allowed you to be here fully today.

The Chef and I would like to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving. We hope you felt filled with gratitude toward the world.

9 Comments:

At 11:39 PM, Anonymous Kimberly said...

Thank you, Shauna, for your beautiful writing, your radiant spirit, and the gift that you give so many with this blog.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and Dan.

 
At 11:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you Shauna for inspiring me (and many others I'm sure).

What a beautiful picture of two people in love.

 
At 12:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful !! You look so joyous and happy. I am not gluten intolerant - I stumbled across your website when helping out a friend who thought she might be (and wasn't) ... but I keep coming back to follow your adventures and read your fantastic food ideas. I am glad you had a wonderful thanksgiving - your happiness is contagious !

Kristin in SB

 
At 4:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I made your gravy recipe and the pie crust recipe you posted the other day. Both turned out delicious! Thank you so much for posting and I am thankful that I found your blog. Looking forward to some wonderful cookie recipes!

 
At 10:29 AM, Anonymous Bakerina said...

Happy Thanksgiving, beautiful girl. You, your friendship and your brilliant brain are all high on the list of things for which I'm thankful.

 
At 11:49 AM, Blogger mrs d said...

Hey Shauna! From another girl lucky enough to have her very own Chef, happy happy happy happy (okay, belated) Thanksgiving! :-)

 
At 1:08 PM, Blogger cookiecrumb said...

I read somewhere once that when Valerie Bertinelli went into the green room at a Van Halen concert to meet the band, she walked right past David Lee Roth -- who thought he was God. He was stunned, nay, miffed.
She walked right over to Eddie Van Halen and fell in love.
They looked exactly alike.
Best wishes to a super-happy couple. I am grateful for you.

 
At 6:48 PM, Anonymous the pragmatic chef™ said...

Happy belated Thanksgiving, Shauna! Sorry I've been such a stranger.

 
At 7:44 PM, Blogger Shauna said...

Kimberly,

Thank you, my dear. I really appreciate you stopping by, and your wonderful wishes. Someday soon, we will meet in person, but I already feel as though we have met here.

Beccy,

Thank you. We really are just moony-goony, in-for-the-long-haul in love. I'm glad that it's apparent.

Kristin in SB,

Wow, I love when people who can eat gluten come by regularly! How good of you to help your friend out by searching for recipes. I'm so glad to know you're reading.

chupieandj'smama,

First of all, those are some adorable kids you have there. My goodness. I'm so glad to know that the pie and gravy worked out well, and that the Chef and I could be part of your Thanksgiving. Thank you for coming by.

Bakerina,

Thank you, my dear. As soon as this manuscript is done, you and I are going to be writing more regularly, okay? And hopefully, there will be another trip to New York soon, another cup of hot chocolate at City Bakery, this time with the Chef in tow!

Mrs. D,

You know I adore you and your Chef. In fact, when I met mine, I thought of the two of you. Now, why did you now move to Seattle instead of Portland? Okay, we're just going to have to come down for a visit soon.

Cookiecrumb,

Okay, I don't think I look anything like Eddie Van Halen.
Chuckle.
Thanks for the comment. IT's funny -- I don't think we look that much alike in person. But from that picture, we do have the same chin, and the eyes are pretty similar....
I think it's the hearts, really.

Love the story.

Pragmatic Chef,

Oh please, my friend. This is the busy season for all of us. As soon as my manuscript is done, I'm back commenting on your site too!

 

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