XO Baking Company’s Gluten-Free Baking Mixes

By | May 25, 2012

[This review was written by NFCA volunteer Annsley Klehr, a mom, teacher, and owner of Gluten Freedoms, a gluten-free consulting business.] As usual, I was keeping my eyes open for new gluten-free products when I stumbled upon XO Baking Co. XO Baking Co. makes gluten-free baking mixes that range from a multipurpose flour blend to […]

Summit 6 Pasta Sauce

By | Apr 9, 2012

[This review was written by Laura Hanley of G-Free Laura. Watch for more reviews from our new intrepid taste tester.] Thanks to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), this past week I was lucky enough to receive a package in the mail from Joslin Foods, containing three flavors of their Summit 6 Pasta Sauce: […]

Amy’s New Gluten-Free Sandwich Rounds

By | Nov 23, 2011

Since I’m a huge fan of Amy’s Kitchen I was very excited to receive samples of their newest product, Organic Sandwich Rounds. In addition to being gluten-free Amy’s new sandwich rounds are also soy and dairy-free. Though Amy’s Organic Sandwich rounds are thin they are surprisingly sturdy and versatile. They arrived frozen and can be […]

Alternative Appetites: New Cooking Video for Thanksgiving

By | Nov 17, 2011

By this time, you’ve probably seen at least 27 different ways to make gluten-free Thanksgiving stuffing. Even the New York Times shared celiac-friendly versions on their Well blog. For the majority of these sides, the focus is on using nutritious ingredients like quinoa, brown rice, apples and squash. Now, I’m game for trying these new […]

Food For All Market

By | Oct 7, 2011

[Almost one year ago, Nancy and I visited a new shop known as Food For All Market. It was quaint, adorable and packed with gluten-free and food allergy-friendly products. Since then, we’ve ordered their gluten-free cupcakes for birthday parties at the office, and the shop even hosted a few celiac support group meetings. Today, the […]

Alternative Appetites: Free Gluten-Free Cooking Videos (Plus a Giveaway!)

By | Sep 7, 2011

Update: Congratulations Monica Kerr, Candy Creiglow and Dawn Liebentritt – You each win a Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery sandwich container! Please contact me at cmcevoy@celiaccentral.org to claim your prize. Here are the answers: Blue Gluten-Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread The mayo breaks and it becomes too liquidy Skull and crossbones with a chef’s hat (the logo for […]

Kim & Scott’s Gluten-Free Gourmet Pretzels

By | Jun 8, 2011

I grew up in New York and now live in Philly, two places known for their soft pretzels. Unfortunately, gluten-free soft pretzels aren’t as abundant as their crunchy counterparts. And when you’re hungering for a doughy, mustard-covered twist, even the best gluten-free pretzel sticks won’t cut it. Kim & Scott’s, a traditional soft pretzel maker, […]

Rudi’s Gluten-Free Multigrain Hamburger Buns

By | May 20, 2011

Memorial Day is almost upon us, which means one thing: Barbecue season. There are plenty of ways to stay gluten-free when you fire up the grill, like making a spicy glazed chicken or some quick shrimp kebabs. But sometimes, you just want a burger. And not just a plain patty, but a quarter pound of […]

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day the Gluten-Free Way

By | Mar 2, 2011

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, and whether you are Irish or not, odds are you are going to be exposed to the celebration. So I decided it might be nice to post some resources to help with having a happy and healthy gluten-free St. Patty’s Day. Food: The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) […]

Rudi’s Multigrain Gluten-Free Bread

By | Feb 1, 2011

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. That what I figure Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery had in mind as they went through 100 different formulations in the pursuit of a soft and tasty gluten-free bread. I first heard that factoid while sitting at Rudi’s Blogger Breakfast before Appetite for Awareness 2010. Wow, that’s dedication, […]

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