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17 Nov

Gluten Free Thanksgiving Ideas

17 Nov

This week we have a lot going on.  Check in on our:
(1) Deliveries
(2) Future Deliveries
(3) Saturday November 24th, 2012 – Get a $25 American Express credit for shopping at Gluten Free Specialty. In store, online or by email (order by 7pm to ensure your card gets run on Saturday)
(4) Samples of cupcakes and pies are available… ask if you don’t see them
(5) Specials are posted throughout the store:
2 for $1 Simpli Oatmeal Packets – regularly $1.29 a piece
All Thanksgiving and throughout the winter – Check out more recipes and other updates by newsletter, or join us on facebook or on twitter
Whether it’s your first or 50th Gluten Free Thanksgiving check out our:
How to Stay GF Safe for Thanksgiving Tips for you, your family and friends
Need Ideas for Thanksgiving?
We have some funs ones:
Recipe for Green Bean Casserole
Quick Turkey Basting Ideas
Ham Glazing Ideas
Gravy Recipe
Stuffing Recipes (corn bread, foccacia bread, white & wholegrain combo, sausage cornbread)
Veggie Ideas
Fruit Ideas
Side Dishes
Quick Pie idea: Fill your pre-made shell, bake on 450 degrees for 15 minutes, turn down the heat based on your filling type (top your pie dutch crunch style about 15 minutes before you take it out of the oven to prevent burning)
Dessert Ideas
Or do a non-traditional style Thanksgiving
The most important part of Thanksgiving is that we be grounded in Thankfulness for what we have in our lives.
Thank you for being a part of our Gluten Free Community, we are thankful for your support and we are filled with gratitude as we enter into our 5th holiday year!!!
Shop at Gluten Free Specialty Grocery Market on Saturday November 24th and get a $25 reward from American Express.  See there site for more information.

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Friday Update for the Weekend Ahead

17 Nov

Only 5 1/2 days to go before Thanksgiving Dinner.
Stock up NOW on your favorite items for Thanksgiving. Bread, pie crust, pies, stuffing, mixes, ect…
Remember to stock up on your favorites as soon as you can…
Today’s Deliveries:
New Grains (2nd delivery Saturday)
Breads From Anna – Flour Mixes – black bean brownie, pumpkin, banana, yeast free bread, multiple allergen free bread (including rice & corn), herb bread
Authentic Foods – Super Fine Flours, Flour Mixes, Dough Enhancer, Rye Flavor
Cultured Kitchen Dairy Free Cashew Cheese
Natural Decadence Bakery Pies (pumpkin, lemon meringue, chocolate mousse)
Earth Cafe Pumpkin (dairy free and vegan cheesecake)
Canyon Bakehouse
Fabe’s Natural (sugar-free & vegan) pumpkin & apple pies
Mary’s Turkeys– Limited Supply
Applegate Hams – (Uncured) Plain, Maple Hand tied, Virginia, Black Forest – Limited Supply
Awaiting Arrival:
New Grains – In Stock, but Saturday or Monday delivery as well (eta unknown)
Haven on Earth – Sunday (eta unknown)
Miglet’s Bakery – Monday (eta 10am)
Zest Bakery – Monday (eta unknown)
7 Sisters Gluten Free – Tuesday (eta unknown)
In Stock:
Bread… Rolls!!!!
Pie Crusts (get them before they’re gone)
Stuffing (get yours before its gone) – more stuffing arrives Sunday
Moondance Cheesecake
Earth Cafe Pumpkin Cheesecake & Cheescake NEW TODAY
 Miglet’s: Pumpkin Pies and Apple Pies – Small & Large – Frozen

Mini Cupcakes – Ask for the $9 Thanksgiving Special (reg. $11.99)
Udi’s Baguette’s and Rolls
Schar Baguettes, mini subs and Ciabatta Rolls
Against the Grain Baguettes and Rolls running low (next shipment eta Tuesday)
Gluten Free Mama – running low (next shipment eta Mon-Wed)
Orgran Cornbread – running low (next shipment eta Mon-Wed)
Candy Tree – running low (next shipment eta Mon-Wed)
Crostini from Mariposa Bakery (running low) – LAST OF SUPPLY – DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER
Thursday we will be CLOSED!!!!
Friday we will be open with BLACK FRIDAY SPECIALS
Saturday  – November 24th is Small Business Saturday
Use your American Express Credit Card at our Gluten Free Specialty Grocery Market for a purchase of $25 or more and get a $25 credit back on your statement

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Gluten Free Thanksgiving Tips

16 Nov

Whether this is your first Thanksgiving, you’re preparing Thanksgiving for a gluten free friend or family member, or whether you’ve been eating gluten-free for a long time, below are some helpful tips to get you through the holiday, happy and healthy.
Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Tips (general)
(1) Make sure that you always have something to eat (protein, starch, veggies, fruits, snacks, ect…)
(2) Don’t be afraid to help prepare the food you are eating (to ensure its safeness)
(3) Make sure your turkey is gluten-free and that it hasn’t been basted in a gluten containing sauce
(4) Don’t let anyone flour your turkey (this is sometimes done to increase the crispiness of the meat)
(5) Stuffing can be made with gluten free bread or cornbread, rice or potatoes. I like to add veggies, herbs and a little bit of chicken broth (I haven’t found a gluten-free turkey broth option that I like).
(6) Use a prepared liquid or powdered gravy or make it from scratch. Learn how to make gravy from scratch at:
(7) If you haven’t perfected your gluten-free dinner roll recipe, Thanksgiving is not the day to do this. Preparing rolls from scratch takes work and is not a skill learned over night. Easy options include: frozen cheese rolls, dinner roll flour mixes, sourdough rolls (frozen dough balls or prepared), garlic toast (served with italian spices and garlic).
(8) Desserts can be bought prepared (some come in individual size portions) or in easy to make kits. Pie crust mixes and prepared pie crusts are good starters, but it’s okay to go away from the traditional (especially if you are new to gluten-free cooking). Other dessert options include: cookies, cupcakes, brownies, carrot cake, banana bread and pumpkin bread.
(9) Offer to make gluten free versions of your favorite dishes.  If your host declines your offer, make small portions of your favorite dishes anyway and throw them in a lunch box and pack the lunch box on ice.  Throw the lunch box in a car, backpack, bag or in the fridge.  Think of it as a emergency back-up kit.  You may need it and you may not, but better safe than sorry.
(10) Bring staple ingredients (mustard, gravy, dressing, cranberry sauce, applesauce, olive oil, fresh herbs, ect…).  As a side note, at holiday dinners, applesauce may contain butter or brown sugar.
(11) BYOB Bring your own bread and dessert option.  Talk to your host ahead of time if you want to try to match up your replacement bread and dessert with the items being served for dinner.
Tips for Keeping Thanksgiving Dinner Gluten-Free:
(1) Use a gluten-free kitchen or dedicate an area to preparing gluten-free products and if possible, make gluten-free dishes first (flour dust can sit in the air for approximately 24 to 48 hours)
(2) Use separate utensils for gluten-free dishes
(3) Avoid using cast iron skillets and wooden surfaces or utensils that have been used for cooking products that contain gluten
(4) Make sure that gluten-free hand soaps and lotions are used while preparing foods.
(5) Don’t be afraid to serve yourself first.  This helps to prevent cross contamination, which often happens when serving spoons shuffle around on the buffet table.
(6) Lastly, don’t be afraid to say no to foods that are unfamiliar.  Your body will love you for it later.
Wishing you and yours a fabulous, health filled weekend of Thankfulness!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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Shop With Us and Get a $25 Rebate from American Express – One Day Only

16 Nov

When you spend $25 or more at the Gluten Free Specialty Grocery Market on Saturday, November 24th.
Shop at our store:
Shop Online:
Send your order by email to:
Please note, credit card information may be given by phone or on voice mail.  Do not email credit card information!!!
For more information go to the American Express Small Business Day Rules, contact American Express direct, or check out their Small Business Page:
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