Lauren from Celiac Teen (who by the way has some amazing gluten-free recipes!) recently put together an eBook for Haiti. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross, which then goes to Haiti to help those in need. The cool thing is that the Canadian Government has agreed to match whatever is made in donations for Haiti until February 12th. Of course, you may continue to donate after February 12th.
I was honored to be a part of this eBook and thought my Balsamic- BBQ pulled pork sandwiches would be perfect for my contribution. There are many gluten-free/dairy-free recipes in this book, as well as non gluten-free recipes. Lots of great information from some of the internet’s best food blogs. Overall, there are 87 recipes from 71 people, WOW! What a great idea Lauren- thank you for being so kind and putting this together.
The minimum donation is $10, but you are welcome to donate more.Click here to buy: A Hand for Haiti
In Austin News:
Vespaio is now serving gluten-free pasta!
Wildwood is taking RSVP’s for their Valentine’s Dinner this Sunday. Menu options include (all gluten-free): ravioli filled with crab & artichoke hearts, lentil soup, lamb with cashew crust & cherry port sauce, tempura vegetables, chocolate coated cheesecake, and much more. RSVP deadline is this Thursday, February 11th. $35 a person.
Snack Bar on Congress has an easy-to-navigate menu when looking for gluten-free options. Each option that may be made gluten-free (or already is) has a small green dot next to it. Thank you Snack Bar for making this easy for us!
Somnio Cafe on S. 1st also has an easy-to-navigate menu. They put the letter “G” next to options that are gluten-free or may be made gluten-free upon request.
Brick Oven’s Brodie site has a full gluten-free menu. Including pizzas, salads, pastas, desserts, and gluten-free garlic bread (WOW!)