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Just had someone who lives in the Detroit, MI area email me this website. It is a Bakery where EVERYTHING is supposed to be gluten free, some things are casin free. Not sure if its been posted here before. All items are baked fresh, they even post a baking schedule. YES THEY DO DELIVER. They only ship once a week, but hey its better than some of the alternatives! Have yet to actually order anything yet, thought I'd see if anyone here had heard of them. the site is

http://www.celiacspecialties.com/

It looks to my next favorite place!

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:D Hi Sage19, I looked at that website and those pictures are to die for! That pizza looked amazing! Looking at it, it looks as though they only deliver to the Michigan area. AHHHHH! I'm from Chicago. Hopefully they might deliver to me.

Thank You!

Linda :rolleyes:

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Try Kathy's Creations in Ohio. No website that I am aware of but they ship everywhere. I'm in FL and got a box of goodies last week including a cookie sampler, cinnamon swirl bread, pizza crusts. 866-821-8183

Hubby had a couple of the cookies last night and couldn't believe they were gluten-free. I ordered the sampler (6 kinds of cookies, I think) and put it in the freezer. Pull out a cookie, let it sit for a few minutes and good as new! Also sliced the bread and froze with wax paper between slices. Pop in toaster in the morning and run. Haven't used the crust yet but they look good!

They ship on Wednesdays and are closed on Mondays.

Celeste

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I'm from the Detroit area. I've ordered from Celiac Specialties before. The brownies and chocolate cookies are awesome. :D They were recently featured on the local news. In the fall, they're going to start offering some sugar-free items.

Dianne

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