Super Bowl: Going Gluten-Free

Posted On: February 1, 2017

The Big Game approaches! How are you placing your bets? Even if you’re unsure which team to root for, one thing is clear: your choice of gluten-free eats should be festive, delicious, and enticing to both celiac and wheat-eating revelers alike. Hey, no problem with a few savvy resources, right? Have we mentioned our middle […]

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Gluten-Free: Your Guide To A Healthy New Year

Posted On: December 22, 2016

So, it’s a brand new year. We don’t like to suggest it’s time for a “brand new you” because we think you’re pretty great already. But, if you’re like us, there’s a habit or two that could do with a little attention; small things that get overlooked in our hectic day-to-day and slowly, over time, […]

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A Wheat-Free Thanksgiving: So Good, They’ll Never Know

Posted On: November 3, 2016

If you have lived gluten-free for a while now, you are likely intimately familiar with the trial-and-error experience that is the holidays. Even the most well-meaning hosts slip up, or another dinner guest gets ham-handed (after a few glasses of wine, who doesn’t) and drops a roll in the pan of gluten-free stuffing. What’s a […]

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The Teal Pumpkin Project: Supporting Food Allergy Awareness

Posted On: October 3, 2016

Autumn is here! Which means so are the holidays. Look! We can see them just there, on the horizon… As the experienced among us know, the holidays can be hard on a celiac. Cross contamination at dinner parties abounds, everyone forgets about you at the office potluck, cocktails contain a bevy of unidentified gluten-packed liqueurs, […]

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Lunching: Gluten-Free Ideas For The School-Year

Posted On: August 30, 2016

Having a full household is usually a chaotic, busy affair… but never more so than after the quiet summer months wane and back-to-school arrives. While it can be fun to start new activities and re-establish comfortable routines, the growing pains of starting the new school year almost always require a little forethought and preparation. That is, if you want […]

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Gluten-Free Chill Out

Posted On: August 15, 2016

Gluten-free friends and celiac countrymen, lend us your ears! It’s hot as can be outside and all we can dream of is enjoying a few chilled refreshments with some of our favorites. Won’t you join us? This post is all about sweet, savory, frozen, fresh and (yes) tipsy treats that are simple enough to enjoy […]

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Bastille Day: Vive Sans Gluten!

Posted On: July 8, 2016

It’s the season for Red, White and Blue! After the Fourth, don’t ditch your patriotic decor. Have a backyard soiree again on July 14th – Bastille Day! A quick history for those who don’t know: Bastille Day is a celebration of the storming of the Bastille in Paris (a prison and symbol of the monarchy) thus marking the start […]

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Bright Ideas: Gluten-Free Father’s Day

Posted On: June 14, 2016

Bright Ideas: Gluten-Free Father’s Day Whether Dad is celiac or the doting father of a gluten-free household, he deserves to be toasted in wheat-free style this Father’s Day! And of course, you can just consider us the butter for that toast…‘cause we’re on a roll. See what we did there? #DadJoke Below, find a bevy of recipes, gift […]

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It’s Celiac Awareness Month!

Posted On: May 3, 2016

May is a very special month for those with celiac disease and gluten-intolerance. This is a time for both individuals and organizations to unite in a concentrated effort to spread knowledge and access to educational tools regarding a still misunderstood illness. And you can (actually) help. Why Is Awareness Important? Simply put, awareness is the first step toward building understanding. […]

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Gluten-Free Cooking: Get Sauced

Posted On: August 6, 2015

What’s the one thing standing between you and the perfect gluten-free dish? Obviously the correct answer is THE RIGHT SAUCE. Of course, that said, we all know that store bought sauces tend to be unexpected vehicles for gluten delivery. Does your BBQ sauce NEED gluten in it? Absolutely not. So why not make your own? […]

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