Annie's Table to Host Gluten-free Cooking Classes
(New London, PEI) June 7th, 2013 – Annie's Table in New London, PEI will host several gluten-free cooking class this summer. The classes are designed for those suffering from celiac, gluten-free sensitivities and those wishing to eliminate gluten from their diets. With the coming tourist season these classes will be ideal for bed and breakfast owners and restaurants wishing to offer a gluten-free option.
Anne-Marie Leroux the owner of Annie's Table is pleased to welcome Tracey Allen, author of Easy Gluten-free Lunches and Snacks: Simple Cookbook to teach a cooking class saying, “Tracey is joining us at the studio this summer to share her expertise in cooking gluten-free. She will cover a range of gluten-free products including biscuits, pies, bread, wraps, and
Gluten-free Pastry and Biscuits
Friday, June 14th 10 – 12
Description: As someone who truly enjoyed making pies and biscuits before being celiac, it is exciting to finally have gluten free recipes that everyone can eat. Using a simple one flour mix for all baking, come join me in creating some scrump-delicious
gluten-free pie and biscuits that the whole family will love.
Gluten-free Bread / Hamburger Buns, pita, wraps, and crackers
Friday, July 19 10 –12
Description: The cost of gluten-free bread products is climbing, yet it’s so easy to make your own bread at home with no special equipment needed. In this class we will make wraps, pita, and crackers all from one simple recipe! They’re so easy and taste so good you won’t believe they’re gluten-free.
Gluten-free Lunches & Snacks (Quinoa Salad, Quinoa falafel, & snack bars)
Friday, August 9th 10- 12
Description: In this class we will be using nutritious quinoa to make some great dishes for adults and kids alike. We will be
starting this class with with quinoa salad and quinoa falafel sandwiches. The class will finish with a recipe for easy and gluten-free snack bars - great for taking on the go!
For more information on cooking classes or to register visit Annie's Table http://annies-table.com/ Annie's Table is a place to learn in a beautiful New London, PEI setting with Chef Norm and guest presenters teaching you the love of food and preparing
Why eat gluten-free? A large number of people have celiac disease or gluten intolerance and this prevents them from eating foods that contains gluten. Such foods are: wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt, and other grains. Keeping a gluten-free diet can be a challenge as gluten in various forms is found in a large number of products, especially processed where there are ingredients that contain gluten but are not readily identifiable.
Tracey Allen has been home cooking for over 27 years and gardening for over 15 years, while writing articles on
various topics as a member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada. Currently she has three published books - The Sustainable Table: Take Back Your Plate, Building a Passive Solar House: My Experience Shared, and Do It Yourself Press
Releases. She lives in an earth-berm, ICF, passive solar house (video house tour http://youtu.be/33IWs4H3kL4) with her husband. Allen is working toward creating a sustainable food supply for her and her family in Prince Edward Island, Canada. For more information or to read her blog visit www.simplifyandsave.ca
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