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Monday, October 16, 2017
Celiac Disease Foundation New York 5K Turkey Trot
My friend Craig is at it again organizing an awesome event for the celiac community. Join Craig and the Celiac Disease Foundation on Saturday, November 4th in Oyster Bay, NY for the 2nd Annual New York 5K Turkey Trot. Read on for more details.

Celiac Disease Foundation is excited to host its 2nd Annual New York 5K Turkey Trot run/walk on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in Oyster Bay, New York. This year's 5K event will again take place at Theodore Roosevelt Park. 
The 2nd Annual Turkey Trot is sponsored by Namaste Foods
Registration will begin at 8am, and each participant will receive a Team Gluten-Free t-shirt, enjoy music, and take home post-race gluten-free snacks to enjoy. The 5K run/walk will start at 9am, rain or shine, and medals given out to the top finishers in four different age brackets. 
Proceeds from this event go directly toward driving diagnosis, treatment, and a cure for celiac disease. 
We have partnered with Island Harvest Food Bank and are asking that participants please bring canned or non-perishable food to donate to families in need. 
Early Bird Registration is now available through October 13th.  
For more information, contact Craig Pinto at

If you cannot attend in person, you can always donate online at: 

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Thursday, October 12, 2017
The Bold Beyond Celiac Research Symposium

Many of my readers often tell me that the celiac events are too far or too expensive to attend. Now is your chance to participate in real time!

On November 9, 2017, join Beyond Celiac in person or via webcast for The Bold Beyond Research Symposium. They are calling this the "premier event for celiac research!" It is free to participate, but registration is required. Click here to register today.

The Bold Beyond Research Symposium
November 9, 2017
5:00PM — 6:30PM EST

Drexel University 
Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building 
Chestnut St & S 33rd St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

Moderated by Alice Bast, Beyond Celiac CEO, with panelists:

Ciaran P. Kelly, MD, Director, Celiac Center and Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship Training, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Anthony J. DiMarino, Jr., MD, Chief, Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Ritu Verma, MD, Section Chief, Gastroenterology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Assoicate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

The symposium will also be webcast, offering viewers nationwide the opportunity learn about the most current celiac disease research developments. Local and national corporate sponsors, including media sponsor CBS Radio Philadelphia, will support the event.

Click here to register today.

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Monday, October 9, 2017
Introduction to Mend Hunger, A Free-From Food Pantry
While in Indianapolis two weekends ago, I had the honor of meeting part of the Chicago-based Mend Hunger team. Mend Hunger is "a nonprofit that works with food pantries to provide gluten free and allergy safe foods to individuals with a medically restricted diet and financial need."

As we all know, gluten-free and allergen-safe food costs significantly higher than "regular" food and this can be a financial burden for families. For those of us with multiple celiacs in the family, we know how expensive mealtime can be. Without access to safe foods parents and children are left to choose between health and hunger.

Mend Hunger partners with food pantries in Illinois to provide allergy and gluten free food at no-cost. Today, they serve the residents of more than 10 cities including Glencoe, Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glenview, Northbrook, Lincolnwood, Skokie, Niles, Golf and Morton Grove.

In order to help close the gap between hunger and health, Mend Hunger needs our support to continue providing this vital service to their Illinois neighbors. They are having a fundraiser on November 11th in Glencoe, Illinois.

Candlelight Cabaret: A Jazz Experience
Saturday, November 11, 2017

Join Glencoe Rotary International in supporting Mend Hunger at the Takiff Center on November 11th. Guests will enjoy a live candlelight cabaret celebrating the greatest singers and songwriters of our time, while enjoying a charcuterie style dinner featuring gourmet cheeses, artisanal breads, fresh fruit, and sliced meats. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in the silent auction and win raffle prizes while enjoying seasonal craft beers. This event is Gluten-Free. Guests must be 21+.
Tickets start at $75 and sponsorships are still available. Please contact Aleksa Hacker, executive director of Mend Hunger, at

Tuesday, September 19, 2017
2-day Gluten-Free ABC T-Shirt Sale

Back by popular demand, the GF ABC T-Shirt!

Without being too obvious, you can proudly display your gluten-freedom across your chest. These t-shirts are quite the conversation starter! Show off your GF in a unique way. 

White, Gildan Cotton T-shirt
Adult sizes Small, Medium, Large, and XL
Very limited quantities. 

These shirts are on sale now for $19.99 which includes shipping and handling. You can shop directly via Facebook or you can email me to reserve your shirt today. All shirts will be mailed out before the end of this week. 

Sale ends on 9/20/2017 at 9pm PT.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Indianapolis Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest and Ticket Giveaway
I am so excited to head to the Indianapolis Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest on September 23 and 24th. It will be my first time in Indiana and I cannot wait to connect with all of my gluten-free friends in Indy! I am also excited to try some gluten-free restaurants, so send me your favorites.

I have a jam-packed schedule while at the GFFA Fest. You can find me at the blogger booth both days, come hear my share my top gluten-free travel tips, or join me in a celiac roundtable discussion with the awesome team behind the Celiac Project Podcast.

My favorite part of these gluten-free events is meeting new people. I would love for you to come up and say hello during the GFFAFest. Don't be shy!

Tickets are on sale now. Use coupon code 10OFF to save 10% when you check out. You can also enter to win two tickets below.

Saturday, September 23 - Sunday, September 24, 2017
10am to 4pm each day

Indiana State Fairgrounds
Exposition Hall
1202 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Lecture Stage: Saturday
11:30-12:20 pm – Celiac Project Podcast – All Things Gluten-Free Discussion
12:30-01:20 pm – Erin Smith – Gluten-Free Globetrotter™: How to Plan Your Gluten-Free Vacation

Lecture Stage: Sunday
12:30-01:20 pm – Celiac Project Podcast – All Things Gluten-Free Discussion
01:30-02:20 pm – Erin Smith – Gluten-Free Globetrotter™: How to Plan Your Gluten-Free Vacation

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Wednesday, September 6, 2017
8th Annual Gluten-Free Awards Winner
I am thrilled to announce that my Gluten-Free Globetrotter blog made it on the Top 20 Gluten-Free Blogs list of the 8th Annual Gluten-Free Awards. Considering there are now hundreds of gluten-free blogs on the internet, this is a huge honor.

Josh and his team work very hard year after year on these awards and the Gluten-Free Buyers Guide to help the gluten-free community find the best of the best. These awards are your opportunity to highlight your favorite brands, blogs, and more. Don't miss your chance to vote.

Now is your chance to cast your votes in the Gluten-Free Awards is open. Voting is open now through October 10, 2017.

Be sure to vote for Gluten-Free Globetrotter on question #3! 
One ballot per computer.
Please skip any questions you are not sure of.
Share this with your friends, family and support groups.  
9/5/17  Gluten Free Award voting opens
10/10/17 Gluten Free Awards “Locked-In” 10:00 PM EST
Late November The 2018 Gluten-Free Buyers Guide publishes 8th Annual GFA Results 
This should take you less than 10 minutes to complete and one lucky voter will win a $50 Amazon Gift Card courtesy of The Gluten-Free Buyers Guide

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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Super Grain Pasta Dinner with GoGoQuinoa and Giveaway
Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

One of my go-to dinners is a hearty meat sauce with a gluten-free pasta that doesn't go limp in the pot. As we all know, GF pasta can be temperamental and quickly wind up being a gluey mess. When I was recently approached by GoGo Quinoa to give their Super Grains Fusilli Pasta a try. I jumped at the chance to cook up one of my favorite meals and test out this new pasta.

The brand new package of GoGo Quinoa Super Grain Fusilli Pasta

Super Grain Fusilli Pasta
Nutrition Facts
The brand new GoGo Quinoa Super Grain Fusilli Pasta is made from sorghum flours, organic white quinoa flour, organic amaranth flour, and organic chia flour. These pastas are certified organic, gluten-free, vegan, rice free and corn free. They are also part of the NON-GMO project. GoGoQuinoa is based in Canada and most of their ingredients are imported from Bolivia.

We should all be familiar with quinoa by now, but sorghum and amaranth are just starting to gain popularity in gluten-free products. Sorghum is rich in antioxidants, very nutritious, packed with carbohydrates, fiber, iron, protein, calcium, and phosphorus. Amaranth is another naturally gluten-free grain, high in protein, and lysine (an essential amino acid). Partner these with quinoa and you pack a healthy punch!

As you can see from the nutrition panel, this pasta is higher in protein than your average gluten-free pasta. It also contains iron, potassium, and calcium. While you might be watching your carb intake, you can feel good about the other ingredients that are essential to a healthy, balanced diet.


I boiled up a big pot of water, added a little extra virgin olive oil, and added the Super Grain Fusilli pasta. I checked on the pasta about 5 minutes into cooking to avoid overcooking but it definitely needed more time. GoGo Quinoa suggests about 9 minutes to get the perfect al dente texture. I cooked for about 10 minutes to get the texture I prefer.

I really enjoyed this new GoGo Quinoa pasta. It was firm and didn't turn to mush. The pasta held up to the meat sauce which is really important. No one likes when their pasta absorbs all of the sauce and gets mushy. This Super Grain pasta has a nice taste, texture, and given the excellent nutritional benefits, I would definitely buy this pasta again.

Good news! This GoGo Quinoa Super Grain pasta is launching in Costco in Northern California in mid-September. This includes San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, Santa Cruz (where I live) and beyond. Be sure to visit the GoGo Quinoa website for a complete list of locations and to see a full list of their other products.

GoGo Quinoa Super Grain Fusilli Pasta with Erin's Turkey Meat Sauce

Pasta Cooking Instructions: 
Bring 3-4 liters of water to a boil. Add salt if desired. When the water is boiling well, add the pasta and cook for 9 minutes for an Al Dente texture while stirring occasionally. Drain and rinse promptly with cold water. Serve immediately with your favorite sauce and condiments.

Naked but cooked GoGoQuinoa Super Grain Fusilli Pasta

My meat sauce has no set instructions. I usually just brown turkey meat or ground beef, throw in a bunch of garlic, basil, spinach, and other spices, and then pour in a jar of my favorite tomato sauce. I let the pot simmer for about 30 minutes (if I can wait that long) and then add to my pasta. If I have it on hand, I will top with shredded cheese and then dig in. I think I could seriously eat pasta every day and not get bored. I am sure my waistline would disagree with that life choice. ha!

Pasta with meat sauce... DINNER!

In addition to pasta, GoGo Quinoa has a full line of quinoa-based products including cookies, pancake mix, cake mix, and quinoa flour. They also have some really interesting products that I am excited to try like lentil flakes and quinoa flakes. I see some veggie patty experimentation in my future. To learn more, please visit You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Do you want to win your very own GoGo Quinoa Super Grain Pasta? Enter to win below! All entries must be submitted by September 1st. 

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Monday, August 21, 2017
WEGO Health Lifetime Achievement Award Nomination

I am thrilled to announce that I have been nominated for a 2017 WEGO Health Lifetime Achievement Award. This is the sixth year in a row that I have been nominated and I am beyond proud to be a two-time winner! These awards are nominated by peers and readers within distinct health communities and I am quite honored to be a 2017 nominee. 

WEGO Health is a very helpful community that links health advocates with other patient leaders across the country. A Patient Leader "uses their own health journey to raise awareness, share knowledge and help others. They leverage social media to amplify their voice, connect with peers, and build community. They are the thought leaders and transformers industry leaders turn to for insights and expertise they need to build a more patient-centered, consumer-driven health care ecosystem." I've learned a lot from other patient leaders including how to be the best advocate I can be for the celiac disease community. 

In case you missed it, here are a few more of my contributions to our celiac disease community:
  • Living with celiac disease since 1981!!!
  • Blogger at Gluten-Free Fun since 2007
  • Blogger at Gluten-Free Globetrotter since
  • Leader of the Santa Cruz Celiac group since 2016
  • Leader of the NYC Celiac Meetup group for more than ten years (2005-2015)
  • Volunteer for the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California since 2016
  • Tireless advocate for the celiac community across all social media platforms
I will continue to be the voice of the celiac community for as long as I can. I am living with this disease and if my blog, social media, and volunteerism can help just one person with celiac, I feel like it is all worth it.

I would love your help with an endorsement of this award. Simply click on the link above or visit this page to submit your endorsement today. Thank you for your continued support! 

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Gluten-Free Magazines
Exactly 5 years ago today, I posted about all of the gluten-free magazines available for purchase. I thought it was time to revive that list. Some publications have stopped production, while others changed names. Is your favorite magazine on this list?

Celebrate Gluten-Free (Published by the Gluten Intolerance Group)
Digital format
Bi-monthly publication

Generation GF Magazine (Published by the Gluten Intolerance Group)
Print format
Quarterly publication
FREE (with Generation GF membership)

Gluten-Free Food Solutions Magazine
Digital format
Bi-Monthly publication

Delight Gluten-Free
Available in print and digital formats
6 issues per year

Simply Gluten-Free
Available in print and digital formats
6 issues per year
$29.95 (USA, print/digital); $44.95 (Canada, print/digital) $26.99 (USA/Canada, digital only)

Gluten-Free Living
Available in print and digital
6 issues per year
$34.00* (USA); $40.00* (Canada); $45.00* (International)
* $5.00 additional for digital and print subscriptions

Gluten Free & More (affiliate link)
Available in print and digital formats
6 issues per year
$23.00 (print/digital); $19.00 (digital only); $33.00 (Canada, print/digital); $43.00 (International)

gff Magazine
Available in print and PDF
4 issues per year
$35.00 (print); $20 (PDF)

Allergic Living
Available in print
4 issues per year
$19.99 (US)

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Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Gluten-Free Fun in August: Proceed with Caution
When I started this blog all the way back in 2007, the celiac and gluten-free blogging community was quite a different place. There were only a handful of us in the world! There was no Instagram or Twitter and Facebook was still mostly a college-only social platform. There was most definitely no such thing as paid posts. I simply wanted to share my story of living with celiac disease since 1981 and how I was navigating the gluten-filled world.

My, how times have changed.

Today, the gluten-free blogging community has ballooned tremendously and almost has become an information overload. There are celiac bloggers, non-celiac gluten sensitive bloggers, Fodmappers, plant-based bloggers, and so many more niche blogs that I cannot even keep track. There are blogs giving great scientifically-backed information while others are using scare tactics. It really has become an over-saturated and crazy place that has become really difficult to navigate.

My friend Annalise wrote a fabulous post a few years ago called The Wild West of Celiac which is a great summary of the gluten-free blogger world today. It sometimes feels like a free for all out there in the world wide web and Annalise summarizes this perfectly in her article. In just the past week, I have seen too many products or services mentioned that are unsafe for people with celiac. These posts include:

  • products documented to make people with celiac sick yet being promoted to celiacs
  • products that have no FDA approval for treating gluten exposure
  • products that claim to test for allergens from the comfort of your own home without needing to see a doctor (WTF?) 
  • products that will "cure" your celiac through a cleanse (It won't!)
  • products that are unnecessarily being marketed and labeled as gluten-free (water, eggs, clothing, accessories, oh my?!?)

I am not only disappointed in these posts but I am also really worried for those who are newly diagnosed and hungry for any information they can find. This information could be VERY dangerous and make someone with celiac very sick. I want you to all proceed with caution. If you find an article that is too good to be true, it probably is. If a product is being pushed, look to see if the blogger is being compensated in some way. It is an FTC regulation that all compensation must be disclosed to readers!

ALWAYS see a doctor. PERIOD!

Over the next few weeks, I am going to do my best to debunk some of the stories floating around that are putting celiacs at risk or that are just plain false. I am keeping true to my roots of this blog by wanting to help those people living with celiac. I want to share with you links that are backed by science and not by dollars. Basically, I just aim to help those with celiac disease to protect themselves from being duped or glutened. If the post says you can eat a gluten-filled product in a different country or that a little bit won't hurt, IT IS WRONG. Please be careful and double check your sources.

What stories do you want more information on? What posts are floating around that make you go "HMMMM??" Tell me below and I will start digging deep.

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Thursday, July 13, 2017
Gluten-Free Support Groups on the Celiac Project Podcast
I am thrilled to share the latest episode of the Celiac Project podcast. Hosts Michael and Cam asked me to come back to their show for a second time, this time to share my wisdom about celiac and gluten-free support groups. As the former organizer of the New York City Celiac Meetup group for more than ten years and the current organizer of the Santa Cruz Celiac and Gluten-Free Meetup groups, I have plenty of experience in that topic.

Support groups are a very important part of living with celiac disease. Finding someone else that you can say "ME TOO" when it comes to gluten, doctors, restaurants, or anything else unfortunate that comes with celiac (um, like poop?!) is such a comforting feeling. If you cannot find an in-person group, I highly suggest finding a friendly Facebook group or other online forum where you can connect with others.

Take a listen to episode 78 of The Celiac Podcast below.

Jul 10, 2017

Erin Smith's wisdom will blow you away! She was instrumental in building the New York City Celiac Disease Meetup into the largest celiac support group in the world! You can read about Erin's adventures on her 2 great blogs, Gluten-Free Fun and Gluten-Free Globetrotter.

Today, Erin talks all about celiac support groups, which are near and dear to her heart. She has some wild stories, and shares some thoughts and tips about starting or joining a support group in your area. We all need some peer support and Erin is excellent at connecting. Learn from one of the best!


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Monday, June 19, 2017
Run the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon for the Celiac Disease Center

The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University has been allotted seven entries for the 2017 NYC Marathon. This means seven amazing athletes will be running to spread awareness and raise money for celiac disease on Team Celiac.

Team Celiac is "dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with gluten-related disorders through research, which leads to increased diagnosis, expert treatment, development of therapies and, eventually, a cure for those with the disease as well as prevention of the disease in future generations. All major goals of the Center! Team Celiac is the principal community fundraising program for the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. All funds raised from Team Celiac Teammates and Friends go directly toward the Center’s research program."

To learn more about Team Celiac, please visit:

If you have already been accepted for the 2017 NYC Marathon and would like to run for Team Celiac, please contact Cynthia Beckman at the center. While the runners for 2017 have already been chosen, the number of runners on behalf of the Celiac Disease Center for 2018 will be even greater! Please visit the NYRR website for more information on how to qualify for the New Your Marathon next year.

To donate to Team Celiac for the 2017 NYC Marathon, click here. Be sure to reference Team Celiac in the Comments/Special Instructions box on the Gift Details Page.

Thursday, June 15, 2017
Celiac Disease Awareness Night with the San Jose Earthquakes

One of the things I really was missing since my move to the West Coast was being really active in the celiac community. I did start a Santa Cruz Celiac group on Facebook and also became a co-organizer of the Santa Cruz Gluten-Free Meetup group. It just hasn't been quite the same as my involvement in the celiac community as when I lived in New York City. When the opportunity arose last month to help the Celiac Community Foundation for Northern California plan a summer fundraiser, I jumped right in.

I am so excited to announce Celiac Disease Awareness Night with the San Jose Earthquakes. This is a big game between the San Jose Earthquakes and their rivals, the Los Angeles Galaxy which will be held at Stanford Stadium. I am so excited for a few reasons

  1. It's a fundraiser to benefit the Celiac Community Foundation for NorCal and Camp Celiac
  2. I've never been to a professional soccer game.
  3. I've never been to Stanford University.
  4. This "California Clasico" rivals match between the San Jose Earthquakes and the Los Angeles Galaxy is so popular that it usually sells out ever year. 
  5. There is going to be a gluten-free TACO TRUCK! (Thank you Oaxacan Kitchen Mobile!)
  6. There are fireworks after the game.
If those aren't enough reasons to run and buy tickets to this game, I don't know what is! I can't wait to meet more people living with celiac disease in the San Francisco Bay area as well as enjoy an MLS game with fireworks. 

Celiac Disease Awareness Night
San Jose Earthquakes v. L.A. Galaxy @ Stanford Stadium
Saturday, July 1st
Game starts at 7:15PM


Click here for the full event listing and more information about the Celiac Community Foundation. 

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Friday, June 2, 2017
Gluten-Free Travel at 2017 Washington DC Gluten-Free Education Day

The Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National Health System and the Walter and Jean Boek Foundation invite you to attend the 2017 Washington DC Gluten-Free Education Day. This annual event brings the best of the gluten-free industry to Washington DC and features a full day of educational sessions with options for adults and kids as well as a cooking pavilion where attendees learn valuable nutritional lessons and tricks for cooking up delicious gluten-free meals. And, of course, time to interact with gluten-free food manufacturers, bakeries and restaurants.

Local restaurants, bakeries, and national gluten-free food manufacturers sponsor meals and snacks throughout the day. The event is live streamed globally to capture an international audience. Attendees leave the event filled with knowledge, jam-packed goodie bags, and many new gluten-free friends. am part of an awesome panel

Gluten-free food, entrance to all speaking sessions, and gluten-free goodie bags are included in your ticket price. The ticket price increases on May 11, 2017 so buy your tickets today! Use code globetrotter for 10% off your ticket purchase.

2017 Washington DC Gluten-Free Education Day
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Doubletree Bethesda Hotel
8120 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, MD

I am honored to be a part of the "Traveling on a Gluten-Free Diet" panel at 11:15am in the Harmony Room at this event. I will be giving my expert gluten-free travel tips on how to plan a family-friendly vacation. I am joining an elite panel of gluten-free travel pros including Kim Koeller of Gluten Free Passport and gluten-free travel specialist Ellen Morse. The awesome Karen Broussard from will be moderating our panel.

If you are coming to the event, make sure you say hello!

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Thursday, May 25, 2017
Caesar’s Kitchen Gluten-Free Pasta Meals
Caesar's Kitchen recently sent me free samples of their brand new gluten-free frozen pasta meals. Caesar’s Pasta, the New Jersey-based pasta expert with 50 years of experience, launched this new Certified Gluten-Free line of fresh-from-the-freezer gourmet pasta meals just a few months ago. The new meals include Gourmet 3 Cheese Herb Rigatoni & Meat Sauce and Gourmet Buffalo Style Chicken Mac & Cheese with Cheddar and Blue Cheese Sauce, both of which are gluten-free.

Caesar’s Kitchen features:

  • Convenient single-serve meals
  • Amazing taste – you won’t believe its Gluten Free!
  • Free of rBST hormones and antibiotics
  • Zero preservatives, artificial flavors or trans fats
  • Great solutions for anyone in the family (work lunches, play dates, sleepovers, off to college or any time)

I first tried the 3 Cheese Herb Rigatoni with Meat Sauce and was pleasantly surprised at the yummy real cheese in this pasta meal. It didn't feel gritty or watery like some cheese-based pasta sauces do in frozen meals. I also liked the way the pasta cooked up in the oven. It gave it more of a baked ziti type of taste and texture. The only downfall is that I don't have a microwave and preparing this dish took much longer than I would have liked. I set the timer for 20 minutes as indicated on the box, but it took almost 45 minutes to heat and eat and I had to bump up the cooking temperature to over 400 degrees.

Next, I tried the Buffalo Style Chicken Mac & Cheese for lunch one day. Blue cheese is not my favorite so I didn't love this meal but I ate it because I was hungry. It does have a kick to it, so if you like spicy you will probably enjoy this dish. I had the same problem with heating this meal and had to cook it for 45 minutes in a 400 degree oven. Keep this in mind if you aren't using a microwave!

Overall, I enjoyed the 3 Cheese Herb dish the best but I probably won't buy it any time soon since I don't have easy access to a microwave. If I was traveling and saw these at the store and my hotel had a microwave, this would be a good option for a quick non-restaurant, gluten-free meal.

Thank you Caesar's Kitchen for the opportunity to try your new products.

3 Cheese Herb Rigatoni & Meat Sauce
Buffalo Style Mac & Cheese

Nutritional panel from 3 Cheese Rigatoni 

Find Caesar’s Kitchen ( at select retailers, including Whole Foods, Wakefern and ShopRite. The price for these gluten-free pasta meals ranges from $4.49 - $5.99.

You can learn more about Caesar's Kitchen from their social media channels: FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

Please note, I was sent free product from Caesar's Kitchen but this does not influence my review. Opinions are my own. 

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