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Posts tagged: rosie’s plate

Gluuteny–Pittsburgh’s Gluten Free Bakery

Those of you long-time Celiacs may remember Raleigh’s Rosie’s Plate  (http://www.raleighcelkids.com/?s=rosie).  It was one of the first local gluten free bakeries.  They had the BEST cinnamon rolls!  Sadly, business declined, with the increase of national brands, and Rosie’s Plate closed a few years ago.  Since then, we have sought other gluten free bakeries.  A year […]

More ‘Local’ Fresh Baked Goods

**Updated Email Below–6/7/2011** While we love going to Whole Foods, Earth Fare, and other chains for great goodies, it definitely makes a difference when you can get fresh baked, local products.  Plus helping those trying to help us definitely makes winners on both sides!  Unfortunately we lost Rosie’s recently in Downtown Raleigh, but we recent […]

Sad, But Optimistic News for Raleigh

If you read the recent Gluten Free Raleigh blog (http://glutenfreeraleigh.blogspot.com/2011/03/sad-day-for-raleigh-gluten-free.html), you saw one of the gluten free institutions in Raleigh will close.  Yes, Rosie’s Plate the first gluten (and other allergen) free kitchen in the area will hang it up from their Person Street location.  As Rose says, after three years, we have been lucky […]

Cinnamon Rolls for Christmas

A family tradition for me, dating back as far as I can remember, is to have cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning.  Simply the Pillsbury ones in the can, we would do this every year Christmas morning.  Unfortunately, until recently, we could not do this for our two Celiac girls.  We recently reviewed Rosie’s Plate cinnamon […]

Cinnamon Rolls

Our other purchase at Rosie’s Plate recently was their cinnamon rolls.  We heard how great they were, and we can agree…a yummy, gooey, sugary mess!  You buy them in a container of four.  After putting them in the oven to cook, we all sat down to a roll and a large glass of milk.  The […]

Tuesday October 12th, 2010 in , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Rosie’s Chicken Quesadillas

We recently took the girls Downtown (Raleigh) for the George Washington exhibit at the NC Museum of History.  The Saturday we went, it also turned out to be Colonial Family Day, with lots of crafts, games, and information for the kids.  A fun outing for us.  Anytime we make it Downtown, we like to stop […]

Sunday October 10th, 2010 in , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Rosie’s Biscuits

We finally remembered to pick up a pack of Rosie’s Plate buttermilk biscuits at Earth Fare.  We heard awhile ago that Rosie’s was starting to carry gluten free products there (yeaa!) and picked some up on our latest trip. Besides buttermilk biscuits, we also saw pizza crusts and cinnamon rolls!  Yum!  We can’t wait to try those […]

Wednesday September 29th, 2010 in , , , , , | No Comments »

Gluten Free Cooking Class at Rosie’s Plate

A great opportunity was recently shared on our Raleigh Cel-Kids listserv from one of the Board members, Becky: Hi there- There are 2 seats left for this wonderful opportunity at Rosie’s Plate; Cooking Demo; Easy Meals Kids Will Love, enjoy complimentary samples and recipes to take home!  Saturday, August 28, 2-3:30, cost $35.00…Call to reserve your spot! 833.0505 […]

Wednesday August 11th, 2010 in , , , , | No Comments »

Rosie’s Plate

Thank you Rosie’s!  We can again eat doughnuts in our house.  Recently, at the Whole Foods Gluten Free Fair, Rosie’s Plate brought samples of their cinnamon sugar doughnuts.  In our house, we LOVE doughnuts, but try not to get them, due to the girls not being able to eat them.  We began to hear rumors […]

Cel-Kids Google Maps

Most of us know by now Raleigh serves the Celiac community pretty well.  From restaurants offering gluten free items like fries (Red Robin, Chick-Fil-A) to those with GF pizzas (Bella Monica, Z-Pizza, and soon Mellow Mushroom) to stores catering to the gluten free set (Earth Farm, Harmony Farms, Whole Foods), you can find a lot […]