|Nectar's soy wrap roll with tuna, |
striped bass, avocado and cucumber
(Photo courtesy of Nectar)
Penndel's Steak and Hoagie Factory (313 W. Lincoln Hwy., 215-741-6555) has gluten-free rolls for $2 additional. (Thanks Ina M.) A separate grill is in place for prep of the gluten-free sandwiches and the owner has plans to add other items.
Reader Jaime L. let me know that Piatto Grille in Conshohocken (410 W. Ridge Pike, 610-825-1300) can make most dishes gluten free.
|P.F. Chang's new Shaking Beef dish|
|Thai Basil Sambal Noodles from P.F. Chang's|
Glutino's newest product, unveiled at Expo East, is gluten-free pretzel chips.
We haven't heard from Glutenfreeda for a while, but the company, which makes burritos, pizza wraps and ice cream sandwiches, has unveiled another niche product: all-natural "Hot Pocket"-like Pocket Sandwiches made with gluten-free whole grain bread wrapped around "delicious, gooey, savory fillings" that cook in under one minute. Varieties include nitrate-free Bacon & Fluffy Eggs with Cheddar Cheese, Savory Roast Beef with Caramelized Onions & Provolone Cheese, nitrate-free Hickory Smoked Ham with Cheddar and Monterey Jack Cheese and Southwest Chicken Chipotle with black beans and corn.
The company is also extending is instant-oatmeal line with Instant Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cups with resealable lids. All Glutenfreeda products are produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility and certified gluten-free at less than 5 ppm.
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I hope to see many of you at the CHOP celiac event on Sunday. Have a great weekend!