Look What Came In The Mail!

3 Comments 23 October 2007

Gluten-Free Geek

Look what my fellow gluten-free blogger friend, Karina, sent me! It’s cute and funny – the best combination!  As you may have heard, Karina had a bad fall, but is on the mend now.

Thanks, Karina! Get well soon!

More fun stuff…

E79e9212a4b3523e1f9e54602a807be7 Get A Little Nutty with Nut Tea Cookies! These were at the Fancy Food Show this year and they are crazy good! Although these fine cookies are a bit crumbly they are wheat and gluten free; they are kind to the carb conscious; they contain no refined sugars and they are completely free of trans-fats. Nut-Teas contain healthy walnuts and almonds, and provide 15% of the RDA for Vitamin E and 430 mcg of Omega-3 fatty acids! (These do contain butter.)

Since these are only available in a few specialty shops nationwide, the easiest way to get some is to order online. It would be smart to squirrel a few boxes of these kooky treats away for a rainy day, or as a fun, not so easy to come by, gift for someone special.

1 Cameo the baker at Crave Bakery in San Francisco, has come up with the perfect little lemon tart! These are gluten-, dairy-, soy- and corn-free! Mmmmm. While I was munching on one of these I had a pre-gluten-free flashback of a formal tea at the Empress Hotel in Victoria, B.C. My dream is that eventually every tea salon ends up serving these lovely little tarts to gluten-free visitors. No one else will ever have to know that they are gluten-free.

These are only available at stores in certain areas.

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3 Comments so far

  1. 1
    Karina says:

    Hola, Kelly! Ah- I love the photo of the tee! Cool. Thanks for the shout-out and good wishes. Happy Fall- and be well, Chica. xoxo 🙂

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    Seamaiden says:

    How sweet of Karina! I love the shirt. I have some of her shirts too. DH got me a few for Christmas- he went a little overboard.

    I know that Crave tart! They carry it at the Los Altos Whole Foods (near Mt. View, California). It’s funny- it came up at our last gluten free meeting. It’s reasonably priced (for California) and it’s fabulous that it is so allergy friendly- but… er… I kinda didn’t like the crust. It tasted sort of underdone to me. The filling was pretty tasty though. The woman who brought it up at the meeting lurved the tart though, so maybe it’s just me bein’ picky. They are adorable, I have to admit. And I’m all for gluten free teas! *wistful Sigh*


  3. 3
    CeliacChick says:

    Maybe someday we’ll be able to meet up and have a tea party! 🙂

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