Tuesday, October 12, 2010

I love CSN Stores!- CLOSED


Take a look at my sidebar to the right...

I'm now a CSN Stores Preferred Blogger!  How cool is that?!  CSN Stores has everything you can think of.  Need a new bar stool for your kitchen?  CSN Stores has you covered.  How about a heart shaped waffle maker?  No worries, CSN Stores has those too.  But that's not the best part...

The best part about my new CSN Stores Preferred Blogger status is that you, my readers, have the chance to
win a $45 gift card to CSN Stores!   

 All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling me something that has to do with gluten free (GF) (even if you're not gluten free).  I don't care what it is.  It could be info on why you went GF, your favorite GF recipe or product, another favorite GF website I should check out, how many people you know who are GF, your random thoughts on GF, etc.  Anything at all.  You can leave up to 2 comments (each about something GF) for 2 separate entries.  The giveaway will end October 26 at midnight (Utah time).  I'll use a random number generator to pick the winner and announce who it is the next day.

So, to summarize, here's what to do to win:
  • You can enter twice (leave a different comment for each entry)
  • Each comment should have something to do with Gluten Free
  • The giveaway will close October 26 at midnight (2 weeks from today)

Good luck!
And if you don't win this, don't worry... I've got another giveaway coming up soon.

24 comments:

Sara Ann said...

Wow, I have never shopped there, looks fun! I want to make those cookies that are in your picture. One of my friends and her kids have Celiacs. I want to make treats to share for Syds birthday so I will make some gluten free things. Those cookies look so yummy! I am assuming the recipe is on the blog...I will look around:)

Sara Ann said...

Ok here is my 2nd entry. Does Celiacs run in families? Will you test your kids, or just moniter how they do eating gluten products? It has been really interesting for me to learn more about this. Every time I am trader joes and see a GF product I think of you:)

Telfords said...

Here's another gluten free blog I look at...
http://www.glutenfreegallery.com/

Telfords said...

Here is a link to one of my all time favorite gluten free cookie recipes, they are awesome.

http://www.glutenfreegallery.com/2008/11/magnificent-macaroons.html

Marly said...

I have 2 friends, well other than you, who have celeacs disease and I am horrible at remembering and am one of those friends who gives them things they can't eat. I am getting better at it though!

Ponczoch Family said...

Remember when I went gluten free about 9 months ago? It was hard. You're amazing.

Ponczoch Family said...

I agree with Sara... those cookies look good. Will you make me some?:)

Alexis and Justin said...

hmm let's see, I really really love Pamela's pancake mix, I think it is the best stuff ever and even those who are not gluten intolerant would love it!

Alexis and Justin said...

let's see another gluten free comment, I'm not totally sure that I am gluten intolerant, I just suspect it at this point because of how yucky I feel after eating a bunch of pasta, bread, etc. I've just been experimenting to see the difference. That's all!

Paige said...

The cloud cookies on here are AMAZING. I think everyone should try them :)

Paige said...

Being gluten free is HARD. Thanks for helping me through it :)

quitecontrary1977 said...

I am trying . Trying. To go gluten-free right now. I have had some chronic, little health problems since I was a teen. A chiropractor friend of mine suggested the gluten-free lifestyle. I am having difficulty avoiding wheat products. They are abundant and inexpensive.
quitecontrary1977@hotmail.com

Benjamin said...

we use recipes on your blog and they are great, thanks.

Benjamin said...

this is another one of our favorite gluten free things to make.

Brooke Bennett said...

I'm not gluten free, nor want to be.... seems too hard. Seeing family members eat gluten free is stressful.

Brooke Bennett said...

I like that website. Fun fun stuff. Love your gluten free blog too! Even though I hopefully will never have to eat gluten free.

Colton said...

My wife is GF therefore i am in a lot that i do. ive noticed its not as hard as i thought it would be and her food, when done right, is actually pretty good.

Colton said...

I have that awesome GF poppyseed cake that we still need to post for everyone. it is pretty AMAZING!

Nathan said...

I have lots of gluten free friends and family members. I want to learn to make more gluten free.

Nathan said...

I may want to try going gluten free again...see if it helps me feel better more often.

pura vida said...

I feel so different after going gluten-free. It's like I'm a new person and I have to get to know my body and its signals all over again. But it is so good. I didn't realize just how bad I had been feeling until I started feeling so good off gluten. (o: It's been about 3 weeks now.

pura vida said...

This was one of the first articles I read when I went gluten-free. It helped me realize there are lots of options in a gluten-free diet.

http://www.myrecipes.com/healthy-diet/starting-gluten-free-diet-10000001724598/

Liz said...

I'm interested in the gluten-free lifestyle and have been told it might improve my general health, I'm interested to read more about it and try it out!

Liz said...

I saw online that Bisquick now makes a gluten-free mix and was planning to buy some and substitute it for the regular to see how different it is!