Posted by Mike in GF Product ReviewDec 30th, 2009 | one response
My mom had some of these Schar Gluten Free Pizza Crusts around for my dad and sister, so she gave me one to try. There are two in each box. You don’t have to keep them in the freezer, just in your pantry. I made a BBQ chicken pizza with San-J’s Asian BBQ sauce, which is gluten free!
I was pretty skeptical at first and assumed they would be really dry and brittle. They were NOT! They were actually very good. I could see going to a normal pizza place and enjoying this pizza as if they had made it on site. I would buy this product again!
Posted by Mike in Gluten Free BusinessesJul 7th, 2009 | 17 responses
Today I had the opportunity to interview Daniel, the manager of the Overland Park, KS Godfather’s Pizza location, and try one of their gluten free pizzas. The pizza was great, and Daniel was very knowledgeable on gluten free food preparation. I feel very safe eating at Godfather’s after seeing first-hand the steps they take to ensure there is no gluten or cross-contamination.
When the pizza arrived at my table it was in a to-go box. This first took me by surprise, but then I realized how serious they were about cross-contamination. In the photos above, you can see the bright...
Posted by Mike in Mike's JourneyJun 10th, 2009 | 3 responses
A few nights ago, I went to a meeting for the Kansas City Cigar Aficionado Club. I skipped dinner, because I had to leave at 5:30 to get there. I guess everyone else skipped dinner also, because the organizer ordered a bunch of pizzas to be delivered. When I heard he was ordering them, surprisingly I didn’t get all excited and thought this was going to be easy. I was wrong. Once everyone started grabbing pieces of pizza, I was still doing OK, but was starting to want some of that hot Domino’s pepperoni pizza, but I resisted! 30min later, I was starting to get hungry and...
Posted by Mike in Gluten Free Businesses, Mike's JourneyMay 6th, 2009 | 17 responses
*UPDATE* Some Godfather’s Pizza locations do have gluten free pizzas!
Here is my official review of Godfather’s Pizza’s gluten free pizzas. It was a great experience! Please check all the photos and detailed description of the kitchen.
The following story is now proven inaccurate, and is for comedy only…
I heard Godfather’s Pizza was now searving Gluten Free pizzas. I am a pizza LOVER, so I was very excited!
I went to the Godfather’s near my house on an afternoon while they were serving their lunch buffet. After I paid, the guy at...
Posted by Mike in Celiac Jokes, GF Product Review, Gluten Free Businesses, Guest Writers, Mike's Journey, Misc, RandomMay 6th, 2009 | one response
digg_url = 'http://switch2glutenfree.com/mikes-journey/faq-frequently-asked-gluten-free-questions/';
digg_title = 'Frequently Asked Gluten Free Questions';
digg_bodytext = 'On a daily basis, I check to see what search terms people used to end up on my blog. Some are pretty basic and some get complicated. I am going to try and cover a bunch of them now...\n\nChipotle: My "go to" for a quick and tasty meal. I can always find one nearby when in a hurry. I get a chicken burrito bowl! I like it so much, I decided';
On a daily basis, I check to see what search terms...
Posted by Mike in Gluten Free BusinessesFeb 20th, 2009 | 4 responses
digg_url = 'http://switch2glutenfree.com/gluten-free-businesses/review-waldo-pizza-kansas-city-mo/';
digg_title = 'REVIEW: Waldo Pizza: Kansas City, MO';
digg_bodytext = 'Let me start by saying... AMAZING! By far, surpassed my expectations, of ALL pizza.\n\nNine out of ten stars, on the: "Mike\'s Official Gluten Free Pizza Review Scale!" I gave it a 9, instead of a 10, because I have to leave room for the chance that someone could top this experience, but it would be tough.\n\nWaldo Pizza is nearly a Kansas City ';
Let me start by saying… AMAZING! By far, surpassed...
Posted by Mike in Gluten Free BusinessesFeb 19th, 2009 | 2 responses
digg_url = 'http://switch2glutenfree.com/gluten-free-businesses/review-amicis-east-coast-pizza-lombard-st/';
digg_title = 'REVIEW: Amici\'s East Coast Pizza: Lombard St.';
digg_bodytext = 'During my recent trip to Half Moon Bay and San Francisco, I insisted that we stop at Amici\'s East Cost Pizzeria. They use Still Riding Gluten Free crusts. It was a very nice pizza restaurant and even had gluten free signs on the windows. \n\nAll of the pizzas are a little more expensive than I am used to in the midwest, and the gluten free 12';
During my recent trip to Half Moon Bay and...
Posted by Mike in GF Product Review, GF RecipesFeb 5th, 2009 | no responses
A few nights ago, the thought of eating the same old gluten free dinners, sounded too boring. So, for the first time, I went to the store and bought a gluten free product… La Tortilla Factory’s Smart & Delicious Gluten Free Wraps!
The felt very similar to normal flour tortillas! They were not brittle and did not fall apart. They cost $4.19 for 6 god-sized tortillas.
I’m really starting to miss pizza, so I decided to make my own. I used some HyVee pizza sauce, ground beef and a pizza blend of shredded cheese. I broiled them in the...