I made gluten free Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday and I have to say, it went pretty well. Of course we will all be going to my mom's on the actual Turkey day, but since there is a lot of gluten involved in the traditional meal, Maddie and I will be unable to truly stuff ourselves.
For our mini Thanksgiving I made a half turkey breast, stuffing (made with gluten free bread), mashed potatoes, gravy and fresh cranberry sauce. The turkey cooked in about 1 1/2 hours and was quite moist for being just white meat, and the stuffing was reminiscent of my mom's stuffing, although not as good.
As for the cranberry sauce -- make your own if you have 10 minutes to spare. Really, that's all it takes and I think it's quite a bit beter than that canned stuff. Here's what you do... get a bag of cranberries, boil a cup of water + a cup of sugar. Add the cranberries, bring to a boil, then simmer for 10 minutes. The cranberries will pop, so may I suggest one of those spatter screens.