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Any way you slice it, gluten-free people can have their sandwich and eat it too. For all the sammie lovers out there, check this out.
Organic Works Bakery will be selling and sampling their many varieties of GF bread at Gluten Free Garage—raisin cinnamon; quinoa maple; buckwheat, chickpea and flax; buckwheat chia—along with more of their delicious baked goods. And, get this, owner Peter Cuddy is bringing along the bakery’s buckwheat farmer, George, who grows 300 acres of buckwheat for Organic Works on his farm!
Neal Brothers Kettle Chip-Crusted Chicken with Truffle Mayo
4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
Neal Brothers Truffle Mayonnaise
Neal Brothers Kettle Cooked Pink Himalayan Salt Chips (or any flavour)
Preheat oven to 425°F.
Liberally coat the chicken with the mayo.
Crush the chips, to about ½-inch squared or smaller.
Press the chicken, mayo side down, into the chips, coating quite thickly.
Place in the oven and cook for about 15-20 minutes.
Enjoy with some extra mayo on the side.
Tip: Switch up the mayo and chip flavours for a variety of taste sensations—Sriracha mayo and Srirachup chips for a Buffalo-style chicken; Lime mayo and Vij’s Delhi-licious chips for a Far Eastern flavour; and Classic Mayo and Smokey BBQ chips for a crowd pleaser! Try it on fish, too.
Being new to the “Zipsterhood,” I wasn’t sure how this car sharing would all play out, but becoming a member and picking up the car was a piece of (gluten-free) cake! Literally, you can be sitting behind the wheel of a vehicle in 4 simple steps:
1) Join Zipcar.
2) Reserve a car.
3) Unlock the door (with your Zipcar card).
You can drive by the hour or the day, with gas, insurance and up to 200 km a day included. Best of all, there was a Zipcar location two blocks away from our house. Off we went on a gluten-free shopping spree to the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington!
Zipcar, Organic Works Bakery, Lettuce Love Cafe and Kelly’s XO Bake Shoppe are all sponsors of #GFG2014!
SPECIAL ZIPCAR OFFER FOR GFG PEEPS: Click here to sign up and save on your Zipcar membership!
Celiac may be the first disease most people associate with gluten free, but for JK Gourmet founder, cookbook author and colitis sufferer Jodi Bager, going “g” free (as in gluten and grains) was a key ingredient to being symptom free for the past 16 years.
Launched in 2001, JK Gourmet makes natural whole foods and baked goods—free from grains, gluten, sugar and preservatives—that taste out of this world and make you feel great, regardless of your reason for going gluten free.
JK Gourmet was one of the first of its kind to bring choice grain-free ingredients together with culinary expertise (and far too many health benefits to list) and stays on top of the trade by coming out with irresistible new products on a regular basis.
We’ve been huge fans of JK Gourmet’s granola forever and these days we can’t get enough of their new artisan chocolate (drop by the JK booth at Gluten Free Garage and taste for yourself!). But with the fall season well underway, nothing makes us feel as warm and cozy as this rustic apple pie, made from none other than JK Gourmet’s famed almond flour.