Monday, December 15, 2008

Holiday gift ideas for your sister, husband, nephew, best friend, roommate, co-worker or anyone else you know who can't eat gluten. (Or wheat.)

Newsweek Magazine calls this book "a delightful memoir of learning to eat superbly while remaining gluten free." From $11.91.

A personal fridge that is great for office or dorm, from $39.99.

A gluten free cookbook that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether they have a gluten intolerance or not, from $12.63.

Well, I'd be silly not to include a gluten free gift basket from Vanilla Spoons. $69.95-$139.95.

A stainless steel 2-pound breadmaker, to make gluten free bread, of course. From $70.98.

A gift certificate to Risotteria Restaurant in New York City. (It's worth a trip to New York.) Read the article in The New York Times.

Even though it has nothing to do with gluten free stuff, I couldn't resist adding this German film. (For obvious reasons.) From $6.87.