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Friday, December 9, 2011
Delight Gluten-Free Holiday 2011 Giveaway
Delight Gluten-Free Magazine is a quarterly magazine that recently went digital. Now, those with Apple devices (iPod, iPhone, and iPad) as well people with Androids can enjoy Delight Gluten-Free in the palm of their hands.

For those of you not familiar with Delight Gluten-Free Magazine, it is a "quarterly international food and lifestyle publication for people living with food allergies and sensitivities." It is a great resource for those who are newly diagnosed or gluten-free veterans, such as myself. I love the vivid photos, the easy-to-understand articles, and the nutrition tips.

To celebrate Delight's digital issues, I am happy to announce that I am giving away one free download of the Winter/Holiday 2011 digital issue (see cover) of  Delight Gluten-Free Magazine . This issue is full of tips for a perfect gluten-free holiday season.

Winner will be chosen on December 16th, just in time for a holiday download!


To enter:

1. Leave a comment below with your favorite gluten-free holiday tip.
2. Include your email address and whether you want the Apple or Android download.

Print copies of Delight Gluten-Free are not being offered for this giveaway.

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7 Comments:

Blogger Laura said...

I went gluten free just before Christmas last year so it was all very new and emotional. This year I feel a little better-prepared but am not sure I have a tip to share. We are hosting Christmas dinner and I am thinking of doing a Mexican-themed dinner since I can make enchiladas and side dishes which are naturally gluten-free. Thanks for the giveaway (I'm an Apple user)!

lkollett at gmail

Blogger GothamTomato said...

My favorite gluten free holiday tip is one I figured out recently: Make great pie crusts with crushed gluten free cookies.

I made a great pumpkin pie crust using crushed Glow Gluten Free Ginger Snaps. It was MUCH better than the traditional pie crust; spicy and perfect to go with pumpkin. Just pulse the cookies in a food processor (or crush by hand), then mix with 4 tablespoons of melted butter (or butter substitute), and press into pie plate. Bake crust alone, about 7 minutes at 350, before filling with pumpkin. My next attempt will be using the gingersnaps for an apple custard pie crust.

Blogger Kennell's said...

My tip is simple , yet essential for me! One I found a yummy gluten free bakery, my life was SOuch easier and now I can enjoy my fave toast and jam with berries!(My all time fave real fast when we travel back home to Canada for the Holidays!!)
I am an Apple addict:)
Kennell19@gmail.com

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My tip for the holidays... eat before and bring your own snacks to any holiday events. That way you can enjoy the company without worrying! When we eat with family we know we are safe and I always bake the desserts. Like the other person commented about the crushed cookies pie crust.. it works great! I made a pumpkin cheesecake pie with gingersnap crust and it was better than any gluten pie!! I also use the cookie crust to make ice cream pies... YUM!
kimlewis13@yahoo.com

Anonymous Emily said...

For all those out there with a big gluten eating family here's my tip for you: share the love! Being the only diagnosed celiac in my family, I like to use the big family functions to share all of my homemade gf goodies and explain the importance and seriousness of food allergies. If it's possible, I like to cook and bake with them and show them how easy it is to prepare food gluten free. Knowledge is power people and what better place to start then with our families!

emily.mcdonald324@yahoo.com

Blogger Helen Onulak said...

I was diagnosed in March 2011, so for me, this is my first family get-together Christmas. My oldest son and I have Celiac. We'll take our own gluten-free rolls, hubby is making the fresh ham and I'll make the gravy. My youngest son, a gluten-eater, is attending school for Bakery & Pastry Arts. He has a gluten-free apple pie recipe - that will be dessert!

I'm an Apple user - my iPhone has been such a help in figuring out all this gluten-free stuff while grocery shopping.

helen@hookedonstamping.com

Blogger Shannon said...

My holiday tip - Know what you are eating! If you are attending an office potluck, ask the cooks how they made their meal - or stick with what you KNOW you can eat - salads, popcorn, etc. If you are attending a holiday party - ask the host/hostess in advance what they are planning on making, and see if you could bring something that you know you can eat! For me, this has been a helpful tip!

I'm an Apple user :)

Shannon.Benson@gmail.com

http://glutenfreelivingindc.blogspot.com/

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