Friday, February 12, 2010
I was lucky that I was able to get into Anello's Gluten Free Cafe in Portsmouth, NH before they closed. So sad. I had one of the most delicious sandwiches, and the owner (Traci) is the sweetest woman who really cared about delivering quality, good-tasting GF products to people. She talked to me for a while about my trials and tribulations with flours, and what had a weird taste, and what was normal. Then a man came in to get some flour mix, and she gave some suggestions, and even pulled out a personal recipe & wrote it down for him so he could go home & bake it himself. So great!
I know a few of you have been there, and I'm not sure if you even knew it closed, so I hate to be the one that just had to tell you!
BUT - Traci is now doing some cooking as a private chef, so if you're in the New England area, I would DEFINITELY recommend getting in touch with her to organize something. I am just trying to figure out some kind of even to organize so I can hire her to do a whole gluten free feast!
She has a page on Facebook - Anello's Gluten Free Cafe -- friend her!
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
I may be a little behind, just starting to read blogs & start blogging again. Although life is still crazy for me! Anyway -- just saw this gluten free site that General Mills came out with called LiveGlutenFreely.com -- how cool?! BTW, I really really love their chocolate cake mix... Makes the best cupcakes!