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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. On CA tonight they had to come up with a recipie for a frozen food company. The winning team came up with a gluten free pasta and meatball meal. They kept mentioning how gluten free is such a big thing now due to "wheat allergies" and celiac disease!! you can acually buy the meal at: http://www.schwans.com/ Wonder if it's any good!! LISA
  2. I don't post here much, but I had to let all of you Long Islanders know about this place. I don't know why there is not anything posted here about them. I went last week and here is what I had: Mozzarella sticks ravioli cannolli for desert!!!! It was SOOOOOOOOOO good, and I DID NOT GET SICK!!!!! . Their gluten free menu has a ton of options. Seriously, I can go back there and eat something DIFFERENT next time (and the time after that....). They also had a lot of options for desert: apple pie, brownie, and the awesome cannolli. They are located in the Waldbaums shopping center on East Main street in Smithtown. Oh, and DH and friends said the regular food was great too! LISA
  3. Meatloaf

    I have been using quinoa flakes in place of the oatmeal in my meatloaf recipe....it comes out awesome!!
  4. Jules Thin Crust Pizza Expanding!

    I just got back from a trip to Philadelphia and I made sure to go to Jules, even though our hotel was over 30 minutes away. My husband and kids were making comments like"this better be worth it", "how good can it be if they have gluten free" etc. They LOVED the pizza!! My husband even tried some of mine and ended up eating 3 pieces. (you have to order a medium pie if it's gluten free, not by the slice) I took the rest back to the hotel and ate it the next day. I was in heaven.!! Now don't laugh at me, I live on Long Island and have yet to try Mama's Pizza, which I read so much about here. I don't know if they will be able to top Jules. I'll have to give it a try. LISA
  5. Hi Liz: I am glad that you and your daughter enjoyed it!! I do not think there is a way to make it "creamier" according to my italian family, that is how a "real cheesecake" is supposed to taste. (I like the kind made with cream cheese too, so I don't mean to sound like I'm knocking it!!) I am making it next week to bring to a get together with some friends. It is so nice to be able to enjoy desert with everyone else!!!! I offered to bring it so I knew I would be able to have dessert with my coffee!! LISA
  6. I Hate Winter...

    Have you ever been tested for thyroid disease? That is one of the symptoms, many people with celiac have it as well. (I have hashimotos).LISA
  7. I have been reading this board for a long time but have never posted because my questions are always answered when I search and I never felt I had anything to contribute. Finally, I have something!! Here is my Grandfather's Italian Cheese Cake recipe. It has no gluten, and is AWSOME if you like an "authentic" cheese cake. 3 1lbs Ricotta 6 eggs 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 tbs vanilla pinch salt 3 tbs cornstarch grated orange and lemon mix ingredients and put into a springform pan Bake at 400 degrees for 1/2 hour then at 325 degrees for 1/2 hour or until nice and golden **leave in the oven to cool then put in fridge I remember this from when I was little, I actually did not like it until I got older, but now I LOVE it!!! Only make it on special occasions because I will eat the whole thing!! LISA