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Sunday, May 15, 2011

post card from los angeles! (+ giveaway)

we are in los angeles! we decided to travel from vancouver to los angeles to attend the Celiac Disease Foundation's annual Education Conference & Food Faire which took place yesterday. we had such a great experience meeting new friends and of course trying out some of the best gluten free foods and beverages. 

our highlights were Venice Bakery's pizza and calzones, Green's amber ale, Udi's hot dog buns, Ciao Bella blood orange sorbet bars, and the Pure Pantry's cupcakes! we picked up a lot of great gluten free food samples and swag we don't know how we are going to carry it all home! 

since you couldn't make it, we would like to put together a prize pack full of some of the products we found here, including a Betty Crocker gluten free t-shirt, Pamela's Products cake and frosting mixes, Enjoy Life's new mega chunks chocolate chips, Udi's hot dog buns and granola, and so much more! 

to enter this giveaway please leave a comment with this post by Wednesday, May 18th at midnight. for extra chances to win, comment on our facebook page or tweet the giveaway (please add @gfvancouver to your tweet). good luck to all! we are heading out today to explore some of the gluten free bakeries and restaurants here in los angeles, so stay tuned for some reviews on the blog! Andrea + Robyn 


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23 comments:

just a girl said...

Sounds like a good trip! I'm headed to NYC and have a huge pile of maps to all the restaurants I plan to visit...mmmm, mac and cheese :D

Sondi said...

What a great giveaway! There's a bakery called Babycakes in LA - I hear it's got amazing gluten-free and dairy-free treats!

The Greer Family said...

Wow that sounds so amazing! I am waiting for the day when more restaurants and food places provide gluten-free options. I heard rumour that Subway may have GF options soon but I don't know when.

Griz said...

So jealous! It's so nice to hear about so many new GF options.

Michelle said...

Mmmm hot dog buns!!! I love Udi's bread. It all sounds good to me. ;) Sounds like a fun trip.

Gluten Free Challenges said...

I agree, nice to know that there is a whole month dedicated to celiac awarness. I really would love to attend this conference!

laula said...

oh man I would give anything to have gone to this! I freak out every time i go into ED's and see some new cool gf stuff that Canada doesn't normally carry. It's awesome seeing this kind of awareness, now we need to bring it to Vancouver!

ksquared said...

Sounds like you two had a great time! Can't wait to read the reviews of the new products!

Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome!! I love Gluten Free Goodies!!

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have rt'ed @mariab76

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

maddison said...

Sounds amazing! Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Jen said...

Sounds like a great basket of goodies!

Jen said...

I also Tweeted this giveaway! @jbinvan

BWS said...

I would have loved to have been there. Your posts have really rejuvinated my love and excitement for food... thank you whether it not u win :)

GF Girl said...

Great, now I'm craving hot dogs, now I have something to go with the vendor selling GF hot dogs downtown sans gf buns!

jthor99 said...

I've got a bunch of GF tips for Portland from a weekend trip. Had draft GF beer at the Deschutes Brew Pub and fish and chips at the Hawthorne Fish House.

I'm going to NY soon too, so hope to have all sorts of good info for there!

Jeff

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an amazing experience!

systarke said...

Wow, what a great basket!

Ariane said...

MMMMMMMMMM.... me please!!! :D

former infodesk coordinator said...

i can enter contest? i tweeted too.

Katie said...

Love Los Angeles! So many excellent gluten-free choices. Almost every restaurant we went to had gluten-free options.

Bob said...

Oh. count us in! New to the GF world. North Van thanks you! You've been a great help to a newbie celiac!

Karen said...

This site has been one of the most helpful things I've come across being somebody who's new to gluten free living....thank youuu!!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

post card from los angeles! (+ giveaway)

we are in los angeles! we decided to travel from vancouver to los angeles to attend the Celiac Disease Foundation's annual Education Conference & Food Faire which took place yesterday. we had such a great experience meeting new friends and of course trying out some of the best gluten free foods and beverages. 

our highlights were Venice Bakery's pizza and calzones, Green's amber ale, Udi's hot dog buns, Ciao Bella blood orange sorbet bars, and the Pure Pantry's cupcakes! we picked up a lot of great gluten free food samples and swag we don't know how we are going to carry it all home! 

since you couldn't make it, we would like to put together a prize pack full of some of the products we found here, including a Betty Crocker gluten free t-shirt, Pamela's Products cake and frosting mixes, Enjoy Life's new mega chunks chocolate chips, Udi's hot dog buns and granola, and so much more! 

to enter this giveaway please leave a comment with this post by Wednesday, May 18th at midnight. for extra chances to win, comment on our facebook page or tweet the giveaway (please add @gfvancouver to your tweet). good luck to all! we are heading out today to explore some of the gluten free bakeries and restaurants here in los angeles, so stay tuned for some reviews on the blog! Andrea + Robyn 


celiac disease foundation   |   follow us on twitter   |   follow us on facebook



23 comments:

just a girl said...

Sounds like a good trip! I'm headed to NYC and have a huge pile of maps to all the restaurants I plan to visit...mmmm, mac and cheese :D

Sondi said...

What a great giveaway! There's a bakery called Babycakes in LA - I hear it's got amazing gluten-free and dairy-free treats!

The Greer Family said...

Wow that sounds so amazing! I am waiting for the day when more restaurants and food places provide gluten-free options. I heard rumour that Subway may have GF options soon but I don't know when.

Griz said...

So jealous! It's so nice to hear about so many new GF options.

Michelle said...

Mmmm hot dog buns!!! I love Udi's bread. It all sounds good to me. ;) Sounds like a fun trip.

Gluten Free Challenges said...

I agree, nice to know that there is a whole month dedicated to celiac awarness. I really would love to attend this conference!

laula said...

oh man I would give anything to have gone to this! I freak out every time i go into ED's and see some new cool gf stuff that Canada doesn't normally carry. It's awesome seeing this kind of awareness, now we need to bring it to Vancouver!

ksquared said...

Sounds like you two had a great time! Can't wait to read the reviews of the new products!

Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome!! I love Gluten Free Goodies!!

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have rt'ed @mariab76

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

maddison said...

Sounds amazing! Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Jen said...

Sounds like a great basket of goodies!

Jen said...

I also Tweeted this giveaway! @jbinvan

BWS said...

I would have loved to have been there. Your posts have really rejuvinated my love and excitement for food... thank you whether it not u win :)

GF Girl said...

Great, now I'm craving hot dogs, now I have something to go with the vendor selling GF hot dogs downtown sans gf buns!

jthor99 said...

I've got a bunch of GF tips for Portland from a weekend trip. Had draft GF beer at the Deschutes Brew Pub and fish and chips at the Hawthorne Fish House.

I'm going to NY soon too, so hope to have all sorts of good info for there!

Jeff

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an amazing experience!

systarke said...

Wow, what a great basket!

Ariane said...

MMMMMMMMMM.... me please!!! :D

former infodesk coordinator said...

i can enter contest? i tweeted too.

Katie said...

Love Los Angeles! So many excellent gluten-free choices. Almost every restaurant we went to had gluten-free options.

Bob said...

Oh. count us in! New to the GF world. North Van thanks you! You've been a great help to a newbie celiac!

Karen said...

This site has been one of the most helpful things I've come across being somebody who's new to gluten free living....thank youuu!!

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

post card from los angeles! (+ giveaway)

we are in los angeles! we decided to travel from vancouver to los angeles to attend the Celiac Disease Foundation's annual Education Conference & Food Faire which took place yesterday. we had such a great experience meeting new friends and of course trying out some of the best gluten free foods and beverages. 

our highlights were Venice Bakery's pizza and calzones, Green's amber ale, Udi's hot dog buns, Ciao Bella blood orange sorbet bars, and the Pure Pantry's cupcakes! we picked up a lot of great gluten free food samples and swag we don't know how we are going to carry it all home! 

since you couldn't make it, we would like to put together a prize pack full of some of the products we found here, including a Betty Crocker gluten free t-shirt, Pamela's Products cake and frosting mixes, Enjoy Life's new mega chunks chocolate chips, Udi's hot dog buns and granola, and so much more! 

to enter this giveaway please leave a comment with this post by Wednesday, May 18th at midnight. for extra chances to win, comment on our facebook page or tweet the giveaway (please add @gfvancouver to your tweet). good luck to all! we are heading out today to explore some of the gluten free bakeries and restaurants here in los angeles, so stay tuned for some reviews on the blog! Andrea + Robyn 


celiac disease foundation   |   follow us on twitter   |   follow us on facebook



23 comments:

just a girl said...

Sounds like a good trip! I'm headed to NYC and have a huge pile of maps to all the restaurants I plan to visit...mmmm, mac and cheese :D

Sondi said...

What a great giveaway! There's a bakery called Babycakes in LA - I hear it's got amazing gluten-free and dairy-free treats!

The Greer Family said...

Wow that sounds so amazing! I am waiting for the day when more restaurants and food places provide gluten-free options. I heard rumour that Subway may have GF options soon but I don't know when.

Griz said...

So jealous! It's so nice to hear about so many new GF options.

Michelle said...

Mmmm hot dog buns!!! I love Udi's bread. It all sounds good to me. ;) Sounds like a fun trip.

Gluten Free Challenges said...

I agree, nice to know that there is a whole month dedicated to celiac awarness. I really would love to attend this conference!

laula said...

oh man I would give anything to have gone to this! I freak out every time i go into ED's and see some new cool gf stuff that Canada doesn't normally carry. It's awesome seeing this kind of awareness, now we need to bring it to Vancouver!

ksquared said...

Sounds like you two had a great time! Can't wait to read the reviews of the new products!

Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome!! I love Gluten Free Goodies!!

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have rt'ed @mariab76

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

maddison said...

Sounds amazing! Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Jen said...

Sounds like a great basket of goodies!

Jen said...

I also Tweeted this giveaway! @jbinvan

BWS said...

I would have loved to have been there. Your posts have really rejuvinated my love and excitement for food... thank you whether it not u win :)

GF Girl said...

Great, now I'm craving hot dogs, now I have something to go with the vendor selling GF hot dogs downtown sans gf buns!

jthor99 said...

I've got a bunch of GF tips for Portland from a weekend trip. Had draft GF beer at the Deschutes Brew Pub and fish and chips at the Hawthorne Fish House.

I'm going to NY soon too, so hope to have all sorts of good info for there!

Jeff

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an amazing experience!

systarke said...

Wow, what a great basket!

Ariane said...

MMMMMMMMMM.... me please!!! :D

former infodesk coordinator said...

i can enter contest? i tweeted too.

Katie said...

Love Los Angeles! So many excellent gluten-free choices. Almost every restaurant we went to had gluten-free options.

Bob said...

Oh. count us in! New to the GF world. North Van thanks you! You've been a great help to a newbie celiac!

Karen said...

This site has been one of the most helpful things I've come across being somebody who's new to gluten free living....thank youuu!!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

post card from los angeles! (+ giveaway)

we are in los angeles! we decided to travel from vancouver to los angeles to attend the Celiac Disease Foundation's annual Education Conference & Food Faire which took place yesterday. we had such a great experience meeting new friends and of course trying out some of the best gluten free foods and beverages. 

our highlights were Venice Bakery's pizza and calzones, Green's amber ale, Udi's hot dog buns, Ciao Bella blood orange sorbet bars, and the Pure Pantry's cupcakes! we picked up a lot of great gluten free food samples and swag we don't know how we are going to carry it all home! 

since you couldn't make it, we would like to put together a prize pack full of some of the products we found here, including a Betty Crocker gluten free t-shirt, Pamela's Products cake and frosting mixes, Enjoy Life's new mega chunks chocolate chips, Udi's hot dog buns and granola, and so much more! 

to enter this giveaway please leave a comment with this post by Wednesday, May 18th at midnight. for extra chances to win, comment on our facebook page or tweet the giveaway (please add @gfvancouver to your tweet). good luck to all! we are heading out today to explore some of the gluten free bakeries and restaurants here in los angeles, so stay tuned for some reviews on the blog! Andrea + Robyn 


celiac disease foundation   |   follow us on twitter   |   follow us on facebook



23 comments:

just a girl said...

Sounds like a good trip! I'm headed to NYC and have a huge pile of maps to all the restaurants I plan to visit...mmmm, mac and cheese :D

Sondi said...

What a great giveaway! There's a bakery called Babycakes in LA - I hear it's got amazing gluten-free and dairy-free treats!

The Greer Family said...

Wow that sounds so amazing! I am waiting for the day when more restaurants and food places provide gluten-free options. I heard rumour that Subway may have GF options soon but I don't know when.

Griz said...

So jealous! It's so nice to hear about so many new GF options.

Michelle said...

Mmmm hot dog buns!!! I love Udi's bread. It all sounds good to me. ;) Sounds like a fun trip.

Gluten Free Challenges said...

I agree, nice to know that there is a whole month dedicated to celiac awarness. I really would love to attend this conference!

laula said...

oh man I would give anything to have gone to this! I freak out every time i go into ED's and see some new cool gf stuff that Canada doesn't normally carry. It's awesome seeing this kind of awareness, now we need to bring it to Vancouver!

ksquared said...

Sounds like you two had a great time! Can't wait to read the reviews of the new products!

Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome!! I love Gluten Free Goodies!!

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have rt'ed @mariab76

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

maddison said...

Sounds amazing! Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Jen said...

Sounds like a great basket of goodies!

Jen said...

I also Tweeted this giveaway! @jbinvan

BWS said...

I would have loved to have been there. Your posts have really rejuvinated my love and excitement for food... thank you whether it not u win :)

GF Girl said...

Great, now I'm craving hot dogs, now I have something to go with the vendor selling GF hot dogs downtown sans gf buns!

jthor99 said...

I've got a bunch of GF tips for Portland from a weekend trip. Had draft GF beer at the Deschutes Brew Pub and fish and chips at the Hawthorne Fish House.

I'm going to NY soon too, so hope to have all sorts of good info for there!

Jeff

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an amazing experience!

systarke said...

Wow, what a great basket!

Ariane said...

MMMMMMMMMM.... me please!!! :D

former infodesk coordinator said...

i can enter contest? i tweeted too.

Katie said...

Love Los Angeles! So many excellent gluten-free choices. Almost every restaurant we went to had gluten-free options.

Bob said...

Oh. count us in! New to the GF world. North Van thanks you! You've been a great help to a newbie celiac!

Karen said...

This site has been one of the most helpful things I've come across being somebody who's new to gluten free living....thank youuu!!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

post card from los angeles! (+ giveaway)

we are in los angeles! we decided to travel from vancouver to los angeles to attend the Celiac Disease Foundation's annual Education Conference & Food Faire which took place yesterday. we had such a great experience meeting new friends and of course trying out some of the best gluten free foods and beverages. 

our highlights were Venice Bakery's pizza and calzones, Green's amber ale, Udi's hot dog buns, Ciao Bella blood orange sorbet bars, and the Pure Pantry's cupcakes! we picked up a lot of great gluten free food samples and swag we don't know how we are going to carry it all home! 

since you couldn't make it, we would like to put together a prize pack full of some of the products we found here, including a Betty Crocker gluten free t-shirt, Pamela's Products cake and frosting mixes, Enjoy Life's new mega chunks chocolate chips, Udi's hot dog buns and granola, and so much more! 

to enter this giveaway please leave a comment with this post by Wednesday, May 18th at midnight. for extra chances to win, comment on our facebook page or tweet the giveaway (please add @gfvancouver to your tweet). good luck to all! we are heading out today to explore some of the gluten free bakeries and restaurants here in los angeles, so stay tuned for some reviews on the blog! Andrea + Robyn 


celiac disease foundation   |   follow us on twitter   |   follow us on facebook



23 comments:

just a girl said...

Sounds like a good trip! I'm headed to NYC and have a huge pile of maps to all the restaurants I plan to visit...mmmm, mac and cheese :D

Sondi said...

What a great giveaway! There's a bakery called Babycakes in LA - I hear it's got amazing gluten-free and dairy-free treats!

The Greer Family said...

Wow that sounds so amazing! I am waiting for the day when more restaurants and food places provide gluten-free options. I heard rumour that Subway may have GF options soon but I don't know when.

Griz said...

So jealous! It's so nice to hear about so many new GF options.

Michelle said...

Mmmm hot dog buns!!! I love Udi's bread. It all sounds good to me. ;) Sounds like a fun trip.

Gluten Free Challenges said...

I agree, nice to know that there is a whole month dedicated to celiac awarness. I really would love to attend this conference!

laula said...

oh man I would give anything to have gone to this! I freak out every time i go into ED's and see some new cool gf stuff that Canada doesn't normally carry. It's awesome seeing this kind of awareness, now we need to bring it to Vancouver!

ksquared said...

Sounds like you two had a great time! Can't wait to read the reviews of the new products!

Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome!! I love Gluten Free Goodies!!

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have rt'ed @mariab76

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

maddison said...

Sounds amazing! Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Jen said...

Sounds like a great basket of goodies!

Jen said...

I also Tweeted this giveaway! @jbinvan

BWS said...

I would have loved to have been there. Your posts have really rejuvinated my love and excitement for food... thank you whether it not u win :)

GF Girl said...

Great, now I'm craving hot dogs, now I have something to go with the vendor selling GF hot dogs downtown sans gf buns!

jthor99 said...

I've got a bunch of GF tips for Portland from a weekend trip. Had draft GF beer at the Deschutes Brew Pub and fish and chips at the Hawthorne Fish House.

I'm going to NY soon too, so hope to have all sorts of good info for there!

Jeff

Anonymous said...

Sounds like an amazing experience!

systarke said...

Wow, what a great basket!

Ariane said...

MMMMMMMMMM.... me please!!! :D

former infodesk coordinator said...

i can enter contest? i tweeted too.

Katie said...

Love Los Angeles! So many excellent gluten-free choices. Almost every restaurant we went to had gluten-free options.

Bob said...

Oh. count us in! New to the GF world. North Van thanks you! You've been a great help to a newbie celiac!

Karen said...

This site has been one of the most helpful things I've come across being somebody who's new to gluten free living....thank youuu!!