Southwestern Grilled Vegetable Pasta - [image: southwestern grilled vegetable pasta] Special guest post by Cinde Little! It’s spring in YYC so I thought I would share a favourite recipe for Sou...
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Several of our full time staff are Celiac and eat here on a daily basis with confidence. We truly appreciate what an effort it can be to enjoy a gluten free meal out at a restaurant.
The posting below is up on our website. And I can also assure you as a Red Seal Chef I take this responsibility very seriously. As the post says we use separate boards, utensils, spreads & products all prepared on a separate work surface, we have a glutten free toaster as well.
All Bread products come from Kinnikinnick and are picked up weekly. Our facility also has a spotless health inspection record. With the ever increasing demand for gluten free choices for many people we are happy to provide many options.
And that's just for lunch our dinner menu includes all the salads and soups and pizzas as well as Pan Seared Salmon, Cioppino Pot, Eggplant Parmasean & Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps all gluten free!
- We take great care using separate toasters, cutting boards and spreads.
- Soups, three made fresh daily are gluten free whenever possible
- Salads, any possibilities including rice noodle, bean or greens.
- Pizza's, all available on gluten free crust.
- Sandwiches, we carry white and multigrain and can do almost all of our creations on gluten free.
- Desserts, Chocolate dipped peanut butter balls & Chocolate mousse.
Just wanted to let you know about a new french fry joint that's recently opened up in Edmonton. They're called My Fries, located at 16934 107 Ave NW, in a complex along with Fat Burger, Dairy Queen, etc. Their premise is the "healthy fries"; all their fries are baked and their ingredients are fresh and free of trans fat. They offer sweet potato fries as well. They also have a gluten free gravy. I haven't tried anything but their basic poutine, but it was so delish, and, I have to say, much better than La Poutine. They offer different poutine combinations as well, and I'm not sure which of these options are gluten free but I'm sure you would love to look into it :)So what do you like best, MyFries or LaPoutine?