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i am going to lynn haven, fl, to visit family (getting a new grandbaby! yay!!!) and spend some holiday time with daughter and her family. they like to cook, but aren't gluten-free by any means. i'm thinking, if i can find somewhere safe, that i could pick up a few meals so that they wouldn't have to worry about what they're making for me. they have a 3 y.o. and will be dealing with a newborn, so, any less stress for them would be my goal. anybody have any good places they could share? thanx so much
notme! posted a topic in Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medicationstried this tonight - it was easy and i didn't hate it (although i spread it thinner than the package says and probably baked it longer) i had seconds. it's a little 'sweeter' than i anticipated but i would try it again <ok, y'all i am sooo gonna play with it lolz it's *dough* already made) it contains soy and egg, so i wouldn't eat it every day (soy hates me) but it sure was easy. anybody else try it? what'dya think?
being born and raised in nj meant one thing to all of us northern nj brats - you cut your baby teeth on a pizza crust so, for the past few years i have been suffering through visits up there and watching everybody inhale their yummy pizza. or travel over an hour to have gluten free pizza by myself. recently, my girlfriend told me about a new place that serves gluten free pizza right near her house in oak ridge, nj (jefferson twp) - after the whole domino's (we can't guarantee that it's celiac safe) dealio, i was pretty skeptical. then she told me she went and talked to the owners and the wife is celiac - well, that made my ears perk up. so, we ordered and i quizzed the girl on the phone. she was very knowledgeable and said they had a separate area where the pizzas are made. they don't make their own gluten-free crust, but the toppings and whatnot are kept separate from 'regular' ones, so no cc also, they have stuffed shells and ravioli, etc.. so, not just a 'trendy diet' offering. you can actually eat here safely. oh, and they give you your own (adorable) pizza cutter and you cut it yourself. it was pretty yummy - yay!! and everybody who ordered 'regular' pizza also said it was delicious. so go eat pizza, lolz
I blog regularly, but not on this site much anymore. I liked this site because it is mostly celiacs, so I will occasionally post here, but no pics for this site. I've been diagnosed since 2005, so here is WHAT I've been eating lately: Trader Joe's gluten free boxed mac n cheese (the ONLY one I'll eat) Gluten Freeda's gluten free ice cream sandwiches (new flavor: Cherry Cheesecake) (Whole Foods) Amy's frozen Gluten Free Burritos (I heat these on my own plate, covered in the work microwave), paired with veggies Beef Brisket- I just sear it with salt and pepper on all sides, then throw it in oven w/beef broth n veggies at 350 deg for 3 hrs. Whole Foods shrimp salads (in the buffet/deli area) with my own avocado and tortilla chips EnviroKids peanut butter krispy bars- I eat for breakfast at work, paired with fruit frozen brown rice- Dr. Oz recommended it, and I notice I DO eat it more when it takes 5 min than 45 min to cook from raw Bell & Evans gluten Free BREADED frozen chicken breasts- they re-formulated it and it's even more awesome (WhFoods) Udi's personal pizza crusts topped with my own veggies and Hormel pepperoni My favorite breads: Sally's Bakery's frozen CRAW and Against the Grain's frozen baguettes (from Whole Foods) Kinnikinnick gluten free S'moreables graham crackers for microwave s'mores or just dipped in Betty Crocker frosting Buffalo Burgers with bleu cheese dressing and Rudi or Udi gluten-free hamburger buns WHERE have I been eating? Cheeseburger in Paradise: bbq chic/bacon sandwich, fresh fried potato chips or loaded chips appetizer or steak salad Tin Lizzy's Cantina: pulled pork skillet w/Tostitos gluten-free chips they bring you in a bag 57th Fighter's Group- WWII themed restaurant in DeKalb Co. GA- steak, ceviche, potatoes, w gluten-free hazelnut nutella torte Five Guys- I bring my own bun and have them change gloves and make me a lettuce-wrapped burger and fries Egg Harbor Cafe- gluten free pancakes (not listed on gluten-free menu- you must ask!), breakfast meats, eggs, I bring my bread Turner Field-- I eat at the gluten free stand at the games PF Chang's- they expanded their menu, but I still get the sichuan beef (spicy) or fried rice with shrimp. I'd like to try the caramel mango chicken, since I love mango, but I'm afraid I won't like it, since I hated the lobster dish. Gluten Free Cutie- the 100% gluten-free bakery, the Devil Went Down to GA cupcake is to die for, also apple pie w/ gluten-free crust- yum Blue Moon Pizza- gluten free pizza DELIVERY, also inside the restaurant. Little Azio's Pizza I'm not copying the full reviews and pasting here, but you get the idea.