Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Just wanted to mention some new products I have seen at various Kroger stores in the Durham area. Look for the special display of Udi's gluten free products available in the deli/bakery section of the store. Most other GF products are located in the Nature's Market area of the store. I have seen this at both the Kroger on Hillsborough Road and the South West Durham location near Kohls. Products available include: bread, granola, muffins, cinnamon rolls, pizza crust, cookies and bagels. Kroger continues to offer many great gluten free options for their customers. See my previous posts on Kroger here.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Crunch master crackers and NFCA are sponsoring a holiday recipe contest:
Enter a gluten free recipe using crunch master crackers by Jan 1, 2011 and be eligible for one of five prizes:
1) One Grand Prize Winner will receive: $500 in cash
(4) First Place winners will receive: $50 in Crunchmaster products (4 – 21oz packs of Crunchmaster Baked Rice Crackers & 4 -20oz boxes of Crunchmaster Original Multi-Grain Crackers)
All participants (that's you!) will receive a coupon for a FREE 4.5oz bag of Crunchmaster crackers.
For contest details and further information click here. I personally love these crackers, they are a hearty alternative from rice crackers. The Crunch master crackers are available locally at Costco.
Looking for some gift ideas for a gluten free friend or something to add to your own holiday wish list, well I have a few suggestions of things you might enjoy:
-Gift certificate to Rosie's Plate or Twin Cakes Bakery for gluten free goodies
-Toast It, Toaster bags to toast your gluten free bread in any toaster
-Gift subscription to a magazine that offers lots of gluten free ideas such as: Living Without, Delight, Gluten Free Living
-Elisa EZ Gluten testing kits for testing foods
-Gift certificate to a restaurant that offers a gluten free menu see restaurant reviews
-Personalized gluten free cereal from Custom Choice Cereal
-Registration Fee for "gluten free week" at Camp Kanata
-Attendance at a national support groups annual conference
-Soy-Yer gluten free "play-dough"
-Great book released in 2010: Real Life with Celiac Disease
-Gift certificate to a gluten free cooking class
-Gift certificate for gluten free specialty products at local grocers or on line shopping sites
These are just a few of my ideas, if you have a great resource or product that others would enjoy leave a comment on Gluten Free Durham. We all learn from each other. Happy Holidays!
Note: I do not receive any compensation from the above companies mentioned.