Friday, April 13, 2012

Guest Post at Celiacs in the House, and Upcoming Events!

Wendy of Celiacs in the House has been hosting a fun series titled, In My Gluten-Free Kitchen. Today, I'm sharing my kitchen and how I handled writing a cookbook without driving my four other housemates crazy. 

Check out my post at Celiacs in the House.

In other news, for readers in the Seattle area, I have two things to share with you:

1. I'll now be teaching private therapeutic cooking classes at Greenlake Nutrition on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. You can learn more about nutrition counseling, workshops, and cooking classes at their website here. For some people, health insurance can be used in these classes!

2. The Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) is hosting their annual Health and Wellness Experience on Saturday, June 16th. Brittany Angell and I will be teaching a gluten-free baking class (and passing out samples from our baking guides).  As a kick-off to the Health and Wellness Experience on June 16th, GIG is partnering with the Seattle Mariners on Friday night June 15th to host Gluten-Free Awareness Night. Before the game, they're having a gluten-free tailgate party at the ballpark which will be attended by GIG leaders from around the country. I'll be there with Brittany and Amie Valpone (of The Healthy Apple). Come network with fellow food bloggers and gluten-free group leaders, enjoy a gluten-free tailgate party and watch the players warm up in the adjacent bull pen. Then enjoy the game in GIG group seating. The tailgate party is from 5 – 7p.m. Game time is 7:10pm. Cost to attend both the party and the game is $65.  Call the GIG office at (253) 833-6655 to make your reservation. Space is limited! Hope to see you there!

If you missed my interview with actress, Jennifer Esposito, check out yesterday's post to hear what she's doing to spread awareness of and correct information on the gluten-free diet!

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