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May 22, 2009

Boston's The Gourmet Pizza

Seriously, more pizza?

Yes, Boston's The Gourmet Pizza now carries a gluten-free pizza crust. Since they are known for their pizza they wanted to make it easier for everyone to enjoy. (Supposedly, it is the same crust that they use at Unos.) You can choose from 13 different kinds of pizzas made on a gluten-free crust. The gluten-free pizza is only available in small and is about an additional two dollars.

Boston's also offers a Healthy Hits menu for those who are looking for a healthier option. All of their locations should carry the gluten-free crust. If you have a large group they recommend calling ahead. Click here to find a location near you.

Luckily we have a BBQ planned for tomorrow night but I'm sure we'll try it soon and let you know what we think. Has anyone tried it yet?

9 comments:

Vin | NaturalBias.com said...

Hi Stacey,

As someone who doesn't do well with gluten but loves pizza, I think it's great that more places are offering gluten free options. Uno's gluten free pizza is actually pretty good (here's my review on it), so I assume that if this pizza uses the same crust, it must be pretty good as well.

Stacey said...

We've tried it, twice actually. I just need to write our review. Yes, this pizza is great.

The Food Allergy Coach said...

Fellow gluten free blogger,

I'm staring a carnival blog as a one-stop shopping place for gluten free information. A blog carnival is like a magazine of articles that gets published on a schedule. Every 3 months (I hope it catches on so that we can do this more often – at least monthly), bloggers submit an article related to the GF lifestyle from their blog. The submission will be combined with all others onto 1 carnival page, which will include links to each participant’s article on their own blog (so you retain the rights to the post, and your trademarks stay intact). We can all take turns being the host blogger (if you are interested in hosting, let me know!). We hope that we can all learn from each other and introduce our readers to other gluten free sites out there.
If you’d like to see a sample carnival, check out http://allergickid.blogspot.com/2009/06/living-with-food-allergies-blog.html.

Joining the community of contributors is a great way to get more readers to your blog. It's easy to do. Just follow the below link and fill in the quick form linking one of your best blog posts to the carnival page. Topic areas will include recipes, tips, research, advice/support, etc. Your post will be posted along with contributions from other GF bloggers.
http://blogcarnival.com/bc/submit_7356.html

The deadline for the next carnival is July 25, 2009. Be sure to let your readers know about the first carnival. It'll be posted on August 1st at http://thefoodallergycoach.blogspot.com/.

Looking forward to reading your post,
Kim

The Food Allergy Coach said...

Fellow gluten free blogger,

I'm staring a carnival blog as a one-stop shopping place for gluten free information. A blog carnival is like a magazine of articles that gets published on a schedule. Every 3 months (I hope it catches on so that we can do this more often – at least monthly), bloggers submit an article related to the GF lifestyle from their blog. The submission will be combined with all others onto 1 carnival page, which will include links to each participant’s article on their own blog (so you retain the rights to the post, and your trademarks stay intact). We can all take turns being the host blogger (if you are interested in hosting, let me know!). We hope that we can all learn from each other and introduce our readers to other gluten free sites out there.
If you’d like to see a sample carnival, check out http://allergickid.blogspot.com/2009/06/living-with-food-allergies-blog.html.

Joining the community of contributors is a great way to get more readers to your blog. It's easy to do. Just follow the below link and fill in the quick form linking one of your best blog posts to the carnival page. Topic areas will include recipes, tips, research, advice/support, etc. Your post will be posted along with contributions from other GF bloggers.
http://blogcarnival.com/bc/submit_7356.html

The deadline for the next carnival is July 25, 2009. Be sure to let your readers know about the first carnival. It'll be posted on August 1st at http://thefoodallergycoach.blogspot.com/.

Looking forward to reading your post,
Kim

Anonymous said...

To whom it may concern;

I am writing to inform you of our new Gluten free menu. About 4 yrs ago my sister Christine and I opened nebo restaurant at 90 N. Washington St. in Boston’s North End. Nebo is a traditional Italian restaurant offering dishes based on recipes that were passed down from our mother and grandmother. After being open for about a year, two of our closest friends were told they had Celiac disease. We then realized just how many people this disease has affected and the need for an alternative for their dining restrictions. Determined to serve our friends their favorites, we set upon making our menu available in a gluten free form. We are thrilled to say that we have now produced 90% of our menu with the same great taste as our regular menu. We don't think there has been an accomplishment that has brought us more pleasure. If you would like us to forward a copy of our Gluten free menu please send a menu request to nebofunctions@gmail.com .

Becca said...

Hi Stacey,

I was reading an article from Star Tribune and read a comment from your husband and he mentioned your blog. I am new to gluten free, so I am doing a lot of research to make the process easier. I am excited to read about restaurants that serve gluten free food. It will help me so much! Thanks :)

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Belsize Park Takeaway London said...

I often prepare pizza myself with the assistance of recipies. some time it is really tasty & some time it is not. However it is nice effort to enjoy your time

kathleen said...

Nice blog. thanks for sharing good info. i like this blog.


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