Monday, September 17, 2012

Share the Love, Spread the Word - Simply Gluten Free Magazine GIVEAWAY!


As you may know, I will be a regular contributor to the new magazine Simply Gluten Free.  The magazine will be making its debute with the Nov/Dec issue.  Carol Kicinski of the blog Simply Gluten Free, and author of 2 cookbooks:  Simply Gluten-Free Desserts and Simply Gluten-Free Quick Mealsis the mastermind behind the new magazine.  And from what I've seen I believe it's sure to be a winner!

This week I have 2 FREE subscriptions to give away!  A one year subscription is 6 issues... and it will be hot off the press in time for your holiday preparations.
Sign up below for a chance to win!

Here's some info to whet your appetite...

"We have pulled together the internet’s top allergen free bloggers to create a beautiful, lifestyle magazine for people with food sensitivities  by people with food sensitivities.  These are the people who are not just writing about food sensitivities, they are people who are successfully living allergen free lifestyles every day.
Rather than focusing on deprivation, Simply Gluten Free Magazine will celebrate the abundance of a gluten and allergen free life.  We will provide simple, beautiful solutions to the challenges you face.
Simply Gluten Free will be an aesthetic, high-quality print magazine with a fully digital version, issued bi-monthly which the readership will want to collect and savor throughout the years.
While food and recipes will always remain at the core of the magazine, we will also cover such topics as Beauty, Medical and Nutrition, DIY (Do It Yourself) and Crafts, Fitness, Homekeeping, Entertaining, Travel, Eating Out, Special Needs and Special Diets.  In our Beyond Gluten Free Section we will provide mouthwatering, innovative and simple recipes for diets such as Paleo, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Sugar Free and Vegan.
With an age range of writers that spans four decades, we will move across the age spectrum to include viable solutions from infancy and childhood to teen, college student, and young adult, to issues faced later in life as we are determined to leave no one out."


Carol is generously donating TWO full year’s subscriptions to Simply Gluten Free magazine as a giveaway prize! So there will be TWO lucky readers!  
How to enter the giveaway:
Using the Rafflecopter form below, just leave a comment sharing what you’d most like to see covered in a gluten-free magazine...  Cooking how-tos? Types of recipes? Label deciphering? Meal planning? Gluten-free makeup and body care products? Entertaining? Eating out? Hidden gluten?
Giveaway will run until Saturday, September 22, at midnight. Winners will be chosen at random and announced the next day. I must hear back from the winners within 3 days, otherwise the prize is forfeited and another winner will be chosen.
Contest is open to anyone in North America.
Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

20 comments:

tiny tank said...

i would love to see an article about eating gluten free while traveling overseas.

Walker said...

I always love receipes, and ideas for eating out!

gkmiller said...

I would like to see meal planning and some recipes for Gluten Free and Vegan!

Jennifer Loree said...

I would love to find the best pastry recipe for making pies, as well as makup information.

Unknown said...

I would like to see recipes for kids with multiple food allergies. My son is allergic to dairy, gluten, soy, corn, shellfish, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, and legumes...

Recipes often feel like minefields for me.

It would be nice to see at least one multi-allergy friendly kid dish or treat in every issue.

Amylynn said...

I would love to see more egg free baking recipes.

renatusik said...

I would love to see more baking recipes and where else gluten is hiding.

Unknown said...

A powdered coffee creamer that is gf, dairy-free, soy-free, carragennan-free... I miss my coffee creamer particularly when I'm traveling!

Jen Bridges said...

I would love to see information about gf body care products and multi-allergy recipes, (or ones that can be easily adapted).

The Rabert's said...

I would like to see an article on maybe a list if store bought gf make up or lotions as well as dining out. Maybe restaurants that possibly offer a gluten free menu.

Michele said...

I would like to see some kid-friendly gluten free recipes. Also how do you know if a product has hidden gluten.

DeeL said...

Bread machine recipes that are gluten free. And an updated list of those ingredients that we don't know are gluten.

Sunflower said...

Gluten free and egg free bread that does not include added starches like tapioca and potato!

Jacqueline said...

I would love to see: gluten free party treats, especially for kids, gluten-free make-up/lotions/body care, gluten freekids lunches that are packable for school and picnics.

Shelly Jones said...

I would love to see quick and easy, kid friendly meals and freezer meals.

Monica said...

I would love to see some baking recipes.

Judi Silva said...

I would like to see GF recipes that have been converted from non GF recipes.

'becca nimrod said...

Entertainment!

Unknown said...

I'd like ideas that can be taken to school (college) for lunches, and even those that can be shared with non-gluten-free individuals, that they wouldn't really tell the difference.

I'd like information on how gluten free can help people, even who have not been diagnosed with gluten intolerance.

I also need recipes to be dairy free for my hubby, but can tolerate it for me, so perhaps dairy can be cheese, and can be optional.

erin rogers pickering said...

Thanks for all the comments and suggestions!! I am passing them all along to the editorial staff.

And thank you for entering!
Erin