New Digs! Southern hospitality is alive and well in Atlanta: neighborhood barbeques, strangers who chat and wave, and amazing food everywhere! We've been officially "peached". The peach jam, peach salsa, and peaches are all fabulous, but here's what else I've been dining on (while maintaining the ten pound weight loss I just achieved):
<b>Gluten Free Shopping List: The Super Target</b> here has several gluten free products like my favorite Glutino chocolate peanut granola bars that are super chewy and only 110 calories, as well as some frozen Amy's Indian meals, Annie's organic fruit snacks, hummus with pine nuts labeled gluten-free, lots of salad dressings labeled gluten-free, Smoreables gluten free graham crackers, and -making a judgement call per the ingredient list-SkinnyCow mini fudge pops at 50 calories. (I also saw other crackers there, but not my preferred Glutino.)
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<a href="http://www.sallysbakery.com/">Sally's Bakery</a> is like all gluten free, all the time. And I like it. They have samples of treats out for you to try before you buy. The CRAW bread is with cinnamon, raisins, almond milk, and walnuts. It's their specialty and the other two people in the shop with me also bought some. The hamburger buns were mediocre. They aren't pre-cut. The texture is thick, not airy enough, and kind of dry. Mine were in the same bag as the CRAW bread, so they tasted cinnamon-y, which isn't what you want with a burger.
The <b>Outback</b> here has a gluten free <b>bloomin onion</b>, french fries, etc. and I have to say I felt sick afterward, but it may have been from all the grease. The onion was good, the fries ok, they were out of ribs, and I took home my hamburger (on a gluten-free bun) because I was full-but, since I had been sick I had my Bucket o' Luv devour it the next day, rather than risk it myself.
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We have enjoyed many meals out, so reviews of <b>Jason's Deli</b>, <b>Yeah! Burger</b>, <b>Sugo</b>, <b>Braves' Stadium</b> (yuk), and a brunch place are on the horizon.
<b>Random Menu for a day</b>
Breakfast: nectarine and Glutino Granola bar
Lunch: Hormel Natural gluten-free honey ham sandwich on Sally's gluten-free bun with lettuce, tomato,etc.
Snack: Strawberries, peaches, SkinnyCow fudge pop
Dinner: Amy's frozen Indian meal with tomato and veggies with hummus