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You’re Invited To A Live Launch Party!

2 Comments 15 November 2011

 
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Date: Tuesday, November 15th, at 10pm ET

Where: Udi’s Gluten-Free Living Community  on BlogFrog

Topic: gluten free recipes and tips for living or starting a gluten free lifestyle

Prizes tonight: bundles of gluten free bagels and a $150 Williams Sonoma gift card

LATE TO THE PARTY?! No worries!!!!
It will be a constant party AND just by joining the Udi’s Gluten Free Living Community and replying to this discussion with your favorite gluten free food you will be entered to win an iPad2!

I’ve been invited to accept the role of a Community Leader in this new community along with some top notch food bloggers. I’m honored to be included in this circle. It looks like some are big time mommy bloggers and I’m the token single lady in the crowd. What a nice mix!

Community Leaders

A Spicy Perspective Sommer is all about easy recipes.
Flour On My Face  Arlene is a craftsy grandma that loves to bake.
Foodie City Mom Kimberly is my neighbor in Queens! How small world is that?!!
Musings Of A Housewife Jo-Lynne is gluten-free
Savor The Thyme Jennifer chooses to eat gluten-free
Tasty Eats At Home Alta is gluten-free and dairy-free
The Menu Mom Christine is all about menu planning
This Mama Cooks  Anne-Marie is gluten-free
Untrained Housewife  Angela’s has created a collaborative sight to support parents

WHY?
So, really we are conversation facilitators. You see, the gluten-free community – that includes YOU- is very knowledgeable. So, this group of bloggers was carefully picked by Udi’s to invite their audiences to participate. There will be a mix of people there. Some visitors might not be gluten-free, but are trying to help a friend, family member or house guest that is gluten-free. Some might be gluten-free due to gluten intolerance. Others will have celiac disease. Some are just experimenting with the gluten-free diet for various reasons. And some are really good cooks that have learned a few things from their vast and varied audiences.

The community is on BlogFrog, which is an interesting platform. You don’t have to be a blogger to participate, but if you are, BlogFrog is a cool way for bloggers to connect. The BlogFrog platform has some fun bells and whistles that other message boards and Facebook doesn’t have. For instance, you can’t search discussions on Facebook. So, even if your Facebook group is large and has a lot of great info on it’s page, it’s pretty much time sensitive to when it was posted and how visible it was at the time. On BlogFrog you can search discussions and easily find what you were looking for. And it has a similar fun Facebook vibe where you have a little profile picture and can connect with people.

So come on over and check it out! Let’s partay!!
 

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    Patricia Bivens says:

    Thank you for this delightful site! I finally was diagnosed with Celiac after suffering for 10 years. I am a Grandmother! But I have always loved to cook so this has been a wonderful challenge for me, to make things I love and my husband and kids/grandkids like too
    I will be here a lot.

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    Rodica says:

    Dear Patricia,what was your symptoms for 10 years?Thank-you


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