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Gluten-Free Chicago: Spring Flours Annual Benefit

7 Comments 18 April 2012

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Hello, Gluten-Free Chicago!!!

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is having their annual Spring Flours Benefit this Friday! There’s still time to get  your ticket and sample gluten-free food from over 30 restaurants! It sounds like a super fab event!

And don’t you love the name?!

WHEN
Friday, April 20, 2012

WHERE
Chicago Ballroom at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers 

DETAILS
Join us starting at 6:00 p.m. for a cocktail reception featuring Martinis from 4Rebels Vodka and appetizers from Blue Plate. Tastings from nearly 30 restaurants will follow along with a special tribute to the chefs, a brief program, live auction and grand raffle.

COST
Tickets are $175 per person. Reserved Tables of 10 are available for $2000.

Click here to purchase your tickets.

Have fun, Chicago! And please have a martini for me!!!!!

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    Suzanne says:

    Thanks Kelly for the great information. I flew back home to AZ already so won’t be in Chicago for that event:( It was great to see you at the expo and I couldn’t believe how many people were there. We will be at the Scottsdale AZ expo this weekend. Looking forward to meeting some of our local AZ gf vendors as well as seeing so many others that we met this past weekend:)

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      Kelly says:

      Suzanne…I think you may be mixing me up with Kelly over at http://www.thespunkycoconut.com/ ? I wasn’t at the expo in Chicago this last weekend. :( You sound like a lovely person to meet …nice to “meet” you here on my blog. :) Have fun in Scottsdale! I [heart] AZ!

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        Suzanne says:

        I’m so sorry Kelly. I will look forward to meeting you in the future for sure. I follow your blog and it is wonderful. You have lots of great information. Your blog is so much fun to read with all your travels:)

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    Bob Roth says:

    Kelly, thank you so much for posting about our event! A note to your readers, we’ll be accepting walk-up attendees at the event on a first-come, first-served basis. Check-in starts at 6pm! Hope to see you all there!

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    Becky says:

    My eight year old daughter was recently diagnosed with celiac disease. She’s been such a trouper about not eating gluten but we’re having trouble with breakfast. She likes eggs and gluten free pumpkin bread but does not like any of the gluten free cereals. She really wants to have the Cookie Crisp Sprinkles which does not have any gluten in the ingredients or a warning about being manufactured in a facility that has wheat like the regular Cookie Crisp cereal but when I called the company, they or course said that they could not guarantee that it was gluten free. I know this is not the healthiest of breakfasts but she eats a lot of fruits, vegetables, nuts and other healthy foods that if I could just give her this cereal for breakfast once in awhile, I know she would be so happy. Does anyone with celiac eat this or could give me some advice as to what to do when a food doesn’t have any wheat/barley/rye but isn’t certified gluten free? I would really appreciate any comments!

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    Chloe Boggs says:

    Thanks for having this, I think this will be way to let people be aware and recognize events or offerings being dedicated for people to come! Great and hope to hear some more!


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