GFG 2012: We were feeling the g-free tummy love!
We’re super excited to announce Gluten Free Garage, the sequel:
SUNDAY APRIL 28, 2013
10 am – 4 pm
ARTSCAPE WYCHWOOD BARNS
If you were one of the 1,500 patrons who flocked to the Gluten Free Garage on November 11, 2012, you’ll be happy to hear that many of your favourite vendors will be returning to our upcoming pop-up marketplace with the products you love and trust. And we’re sure you’ll be excited to meet the fantastic new exhibitors who will be joining us this time!
If you missed the inaugural Gluten Free Garage, we hope to see you on April 28th! With 50+ vendors, fresh gluten-free food prepared onsite, guest speakers, free tote bags and more, we’ve got a lot in store for you! Check out some more photographs from GFG 2012 here and read testimonials from happy sponsors, vendors and attendees here.
Stay tuned for more information and updates about our upcoming event…it’s just around the corner!
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Many thanks to everyone who came out to the Gluten Free Garage! And congrats to Grace H. and Cristina G., the lucky winners of our 2 amazing door prizes!
Photo credit: Lisi Tesher
Thank you to everyone who helped make the inaugural Gluten Free Garage such a huge success—our amazing sponsors, vendors and volunteers—and to all 1,500 (!!!) of you who came out to the Artscape Wychwood Barns to sample and shop and enjoy the day. Let’s do it again!
Photo credit: Danny Pustil
Lasagna made with fresh gluten-free lasagna sheets!
Rob declared this the best gluten-free lasagna we’ve had yet. The girls licked their plates clean. I had seconds.
It was the usual recipe, so what made this lasagna different from all other lasagnas I’ve made?
The pasta was fresh.
I took the noodles out of the package and simply started layering. No muss, no fuss. No starchy, slippery, wet noodles falling apart or sticking together. If you’ve ever boiled gluten-free lasagna noodles, you know what I’m talking about. And not only was it easier and more time effective to make lasagna with fresh pasta, it tasted so much better. Once you go fresh, you never go back!
Hollywood Foods is the place to go for fresh gluten-free pasta. The thing about their pasta is that it’s made from a rice-free egg noodle, so it tastes like real
authentic pasta and holds together way better than its rice-based competitors. Located on Ossington north of Queen West, Hollywood Foods sells its gluten-free products under the brand Antipastos Kitchen. If you can’t make it there, in October you’ll be able to find their cut pasta, ravioli and gnocchi—along with several frozen gluten-free entrees—at supermarket and specialty stores throughout the GTA. Entrees will include meat and vegetarian lasagna, manicotti, meat and veg cabbage rolls, eggplant Parmigiana (can’t wait for that!) and a variety of raviolis and gnocchis.
If you want to impress your family and friends and make your own lasagna with Hollywood Foods/Antipastos Kitchen fresh GF noodles, read on for the recipe…