Free Holiday Tips + Win $100 Cash from Crunchmaster

By | Dec 6, 2011

Free Holiday Tips + Win $100 Cash from Crunchmaster

If you have been on CeliacCentral.org lately, you may have noticed a banner that looks like this:

Gluten-Free Holiday How-Tos

 

 

 

Click on it and you’ll arrive at NFCA’s Gluten-Free Holiday Central, a microsite filled with gluten-free recipes and advice to help you through the holidays. Since Nov. 16, we’ve also been running our Gluten-Free Holiday How-Tos, which include our Gluten-Free Holiday Tip of the Day and special blog posts and exclusive tips from four of our gluten-free blogger friends.

Gluten-Free Holiday How-Tos logoSo far, we learned “How to Survive Your First Gluten-Free Holiday” from Shirley Braden of gluten free easily, and Silvana Nardone of Silvana’s Kitchen and Easy Eats taught us “How to Host a Gluten-Free Holiday Your Kids Will Love.” This week, Rachel Begun, RD, explained “How to Fit a Fruit or Vegetable in Every Gluten-Free Holiday Dish.” Next week, we’ll feature our capstone on “How to Keep Your Gluten-Free Holiday Low Fuss and Low Cost,” with Carol Kicinski of Simply…Gluten-Free.

Now, getting some pearls of wisdom from these ladies is a gift in itself, but we wanted to sweeten the deal by offering up some giveaways. Our friends at Crunchmaster were more than happy to oblige and gave us enough loot for 5 giveaways: 4 weekly prizes consisting of $40 worth of Crunchmaster crackers, and 1 Grand Prize of $100 cash + $40 worth of Crunchmaster crackers.

We’ve already given away 2 weekly prizes, but there’s still plenty of time to enter the remaining giveaways. Here’s how:

Enter the weekly giveaways by signing up for each of the remaining Gluten-Free Holiday How-Tos eblasts:

By entering the weekly giveaways, you’ll automatically be entered to win the Grand Prize. Winners will be notified via email.

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