It came to my mind today that some of you may not be aware of the great resource glutenfreedrugs.com. The author of the site says, “This website is authored and maintained by a clinical pharmacist as a public service, receiving no compensation whatsoever for providing this information. Information for this website is obtained from a [...]
According to their Ideas in Action Blog, Starbucks is offering gluten-free food options in a few select stores as a test. Before moving forward, they are asking for feedback and have some specific questions they would like answered. You must sign in to leave a comment, but if you frequent Starbucks it might be worth [...]
If you’re like me, you’re wondering what dal cuore means. Thankfully, Carrabba’s doesn’t leave us hanging. It means “from the heart,” and their Dal Cuore Nights are February 11th and 12th. Before I get to what’s special about those nights, I want to remind you that Carrabba’s has a gluten-free menu with some very good [...]
Not too long ago I wrote a post about eating at Bonefish Grill. I chose one of the specialty items that evening which was topped with Gorgonzola cheese. A reader questioned the gluten-free status of Gorgonzola and I had not come up with a sufficient answer until today. I have subscribed to Gluten-Free Living magazine [...]
If you live in the midwest, you might want to read this article at Chicagotribune.com about Hy Vee pulling some corn dogs and chicken bites that were labeled gluten free.
I thought this post at the Whole Foods Market Blog would be helpful to some. It gives a list of the recalled products they sell as well as a link to the FDA searchable database of all recalled peanut butter products.
SinceI was away last week this news is a bit old, but if you haven’t heard, I think it’s exciting. Uno’s Chicago Grill had such a good response to their gluten-free pizza trial that they are now offering it nationwide. The pizza is available in cheese and pepperoni. I plan on giving it a try [...]