Monday, November 21, 2011

Thanksgiving - Gluten-free style

This may be one of my favorite weeks of the year - and my husband's favorite holiday, where cook together, go to the parade on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and watch football (Go Green Bay!) 

I am so thankful to have a great partner in life who will do a 100% Gluten Free Thanksgiving for me, including gluten-free stuffing, mashed potato casserole, and pumpkin pie in a gluten-free crust.  I have many recipes already on my blog from year's past but here is a quick re-cap with links to all my favorites made gluten-free:

Gluten-free pumpkin pie

Gluten-free stuffing

Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows

Citrus-glazed carrots

Mashed potato casserole

Gluten-free string bean casserole

Gluten-free brined turkey

Gluten-free apple pie

What are you making this year? 

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

I'm lucky to live in NYC where they have amazing gluten-free options for pizza, including Mozzarelli's (with great cookies too!), Pie by the Pound (just had a great meetup there!) and even random places like Pizza Bash (near my office in Union Square).  Side note on this place - we were working late setting up for an event in our office and someone mentioned they ordered pizza.  Which normally for me meant I need to leave and eat at home.  And then I heard - no, I think they ordered GF for you.  I was shocked but yes - a gluten-free pizza was delivered to me and it was pretty good!

But I point in writing this piece was to applaud Glutino for providing great options for gluten-free pizza like this Spinach and Feta cheese pizza I had today for lunch while recovering from a cold.

It is super easy to make, has mass distribution (I can usually find this at Whole Foods, Fairway, and in both NY and other cities like Florida and Milwaukee), and tastes great!

For a quick fix meal this is a great option.  Thanks Glutino!!

Friday, November 11, 2011

Gluten-free Burgers, Fries AND Onion Rings - Oh My!

On a recent work trip to Atlanta, my team and I went out to lunch at Yeah! Burger, and I have to say it should be named OH YEAH! Burger because it was just so great to feel "normal" at a Burger joint. 

The burger comes however you want it and on Gluten free bread - pretty good too as it wasn't too flaky or rubbery.  And you can get a ton of delicious fried foods - normally off limits to us - and they even combine together the fries and onion rings into the "50/50."  

Yum all around...great place to take your family and friends.  They have indoor and outdoor seating.

Check it out online at Yeah! Burger's website.