The Lagasse Girls’ Big Flavor, Bold Taste and No Gluten! Cookbook

By | Apr 1, 2015

By Rachel Rieger, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) Patient Education Manager What comes to mind when you think of comfort food? Old family recipes, exotic cuisine, sweet treats, or maybe the foods you gravitate toward when you don’t feel well? Everyone’s definition of a comfort food varies, but one thing is for sure – […]

Blue Diamond Gluten-Free Nut Thins and Artisan Nut Thins

By | Jan 24, 2014

I am not one who typically buys into “As Seen on TV” products, but the Perfect Taco Bowl recently caught my eye.  It’s a pan that turns flat wraps into a star-shaped bowl.  A friend bought it for me as a gift and I’ve been using it constantly…but I have been stumped for what to […]

Gluten-Free eCookbook: Stack’d

By | Oct 3, 2013

The following review is from NFCA volunteer Laura Hanley of G-Free Laura. I’m going to let you all in on a little secret.  The product I’m about to tell you about is one of the hottest gluten-free products available. Why, you ask? Because it’s the product that keeps on giving and giving and costs only […]

Blue Diamond Artisan Nut Thins

By | Jul 12, 2013

I have had a hankering for a chicken salad sandwich for the past few days and I finally made it to the store to grab some last night.  When I was putting my lunch in the fridge at the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) office, I realized that I completely forgot to grab bread […]

Thai Kitchen Spicy Thai Chili Dipping & All-Purpose Sauce

By | Feb 21, 2013

My roommate and I have lived together since our sophomore year of college.  So, when I found out I’d be working for the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), she was one of the first to know.  She had never heard of celiac disease before and since I’ve been with NFCA, she’s been interested in […]

T.G.I.G.F. Baking and Bread Mix

By | Feb 1, 2013

There are few things that I’d say I cook really well.  I can handle soups and pasta, the occasional eggplant or sausage, but the one thing I am known for making is chicken cutlets.  Ok, I know it’s not really too difficult, but it’s my one cooking claim-to-fame.  So when I received a bag of […]

Second Helping Corn Puppies

By | Jan 16, 2013

If you were a corn dog lover before going gluten-free, you’re in for a treat with Corn Puppies from Second Helping.  Not only are they super easy to make, but they taste just like their gluten-containing counterparts. With playoffs in full swing and the Super Bowl right around the corner, I definitely have football on […]

Gluten-Free Shopping on Vitacost.com

By | Nov 13, 2012

This review was written by Jennifer North, Vice President of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). Check below to see how you can win a gluten-free giveaway from Vitacost this week! A few weeks ago, I took a day off. What I thought would be a quick little project turned into a full day […]

Chebe Gluten-Free Garlic Onion Breadstick and Pizza Crust Mixes

By | Oct 25, 2012

In true TV-nerd fashion, every week, a group of friends gather at my house so we can all watch our favorite show together.  I usually grab some snacks for everyone to munch on, but this week I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to try out Chebe’s dry Pizza Crust Mix and Garlic Onion […]

Zatarain’s Mardis Gras Dirty Rice

By | Oct 15, 2012

I really enjoy food that has a little kick to it, so I was excited when I was asked to try out Zatarain’s gluten-free recipe for Mardi Gras Dirty Rice using – you guessed it – Zatarain’s Dirty Rice Mix.  I was even more excited when I checked out the recipe and saw how easy […]

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