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Member Since 13 May 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 16 2014 03:10 PM

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In Topic: Against The Grain Pizza

07 July 2014 - 05:57 AM

greenbeenie we tried shar a few yrs ago. Kids did not like it at all. Unless they'v improved it, not gonna retry it.  My DS will eat Udi's pizza crust, and DD used to but she won't anymore.

In Topic: Freshetta gluten-free Pizza

06 July 2014 - 03:02 PM

I bought these this week and really liked them. However I added more mozzarella and pepperoni to it. 

i hope they have it at my costco

In Topic: Aldi's

05 July 2014 - 08:43 PM

My DD did not like the pizza but did like the brownie cookies. And she is very particular abt cookies so its a good sign.  Alas, I went to Aldi (7 mts from me) today & the gluten-free offerings are all but GONE! I snagged 2 bags of glutinos pretzels for $2.50 ea.  They usually sell for over $5 elsewhere.

The cashier told me the gluten-free line  was a test run n she didnt know if any items would come back. Im sure the test run did well, as the gluten-free items dwindled everyday. We all hope the items come back.

In Topic: Freshetta gluten-free Pizza

05 July 2014 - 08:19 PM

I may have to look for this and give it a try sometime if I can find it on sale. My biggest gripe with frozen pizza has always been not enough cheese. Then again, I'm an extra cheese kind of girl. The first frozen pizza I ever got with enough cheese was the gluten free one from Costco, which I'd give a solid A. (rating based on frozen pizza scale, not real pizza scale) But I'm open minded, I'll try a new one.

Ive never seen gluten-free pizza at costco. I"ll have to look next time. Is it the house brand KIRKLAND?

In Topic: Philadelphia, Pa - Tips?

05 July 2014 - 01:14 PM

Well my visit was Phili was short lived n extremely hectic. We only managed to go to 1 pizza joint  and 1 bakery, SWEET FREEDOM. The goodies there are absolutely fabulous especially the chocolate chip cookie sandwich filled with cream n dipped iin chocolate OMG!! so-o-o-o good!!!!! but very expensive like $4.50. The Pizza place we went to is called 

Bianca Pizza and Trattoria, 

and the gluten-free pizza was excellent!! It was the size of a small pizza about 10" and cost $9.50 for cheese or $10.50 for pepperoni, which is in line pricewise with regular pizza. My kids loved it and ate a whole 1 each! Now be forewarned--I am not sure if any cross contamination occured or can occur. I do not worry too much about CC as my kids are not sensitive. We do avoid CC of course but if something is CC we dont get too concerned either, but again we try to avoid as best as we can. So anybody considering trying this place out, please call and get the details on the prep. 


I wished my trip lasted another day, so we could try other gluten-free places. Anyway we enjoyed these 2 places.