I remember reading about how Unos Chicago Grill is offering gluten free pizza. We were all over in Altoona today, which just happens to have a Unos and it was dinner time, so we stopped. I made sure to ask the host if they offered the GF pizza, and she said yes sir. Score!
Casey and I shared a GF Cheese Pizza and the kids had regular personal cheese pizzas. Unos GF cheese pizza came very quickly, almost as quick as the kids. Unos GF Cheese Pizza was a very thin crust, much thinner than Corinado’s and extremely thing compared to my gluten free pizzas I make at home. Unos GF Cheese Pizza had decent flavor and I would most likely have it again when traveling with the family. The price was decent too: $10 for a 12-14 inch pizza.
So if you are out and about on travel, and looking for a decent GF pizza, give Unos a try.
I know that I have posted about my gluten free pizza before, but this time the photos are better. Enjoy. I think I have gotten this recipe down perfect now, I haven’t made a less than perfect pizza in over 6 months. Here are some photos of the yumminess.
Tonight was my first time attending the State College Celiac Support Group. I am just so excited to see a local group is now present because the next closest group is in Harrisburg, PA and that is just too far to drive.
Heidi Watson is the group organizer / contact person. Kudos to her for getting the local support group started! I enjoyed the meeting agenda. I especially enjoyed the meeting’s inclusion of two local business owners: Natures Pantry Owner and Corrinado’s Pizza Owner. Continue reading →
Tonight was pizza night at our place (gluten-free of course). I make my pizza crust using a recipe from “Gluten-Free Baking Classic” 1st Edition by Annalise G. Roberts. If you don’t own this book, get it. This is by far the best pizza recipe that I have come across. I have tried many and this one just comes the closest to the real thing. The aroma that this dough gives off when making it is also wonderful.