Grilling season has arrived, which is my favorite time to cook gluten-free. There is nothing easier than adding a bit of spice to a few pieces of meat and veggies and throwing them on the grill.
A must have for my gluten-free grilling summer is a grill basket. This makes cooking vegetables on the grill a snap.
Here are some other musts for my grill:
San J – On this page you can see a list of their gluten-free products: http://www.san-j.com/glutenfree.asp
McCormick Spices- They are good about labeling their spice mixes that do contain gluten.
Olive Oil- Pretty safe with most brands
Heinz Ketchup & Mustards – They are great about their gluten-free products. Here is link to a list: http://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Bush’s Baked Beans- Who doesn’t need baked beans
Hebrew National Hot Dogs
Since going gluten-free I have found that I do not really miss hamburger buns or hot dog buns. But on occasion, I really want one. Udi’s and Rudi’s are great national brands that you can find at local stores. Unfortunately they are generally only available in our area frozen.
If you are willing to do a little more preplanning and want something fresh, Organic Bliss can bake up some great buns. You just need to order them ahead of time.
The best part- most of these products are easily found in the area. So light um up and let the grilling begin!
Wishing you great food and happy tummies,
I would add a word of caution when it comes to barbeque sauces too. Many of them contain gluten or are just full of chemicals. I personally like Bullseye as it doesn’t have High Fructose Corn Syrup listed as it’s first ingredient, but tomato puree.
Also you can got get your standard BBQ sauce right from City Barbeque if you are in the Sylvania area.