You can get a Gluten Free Fair Food list at each of the Information Booths buy the fair entrances! How convenient is that?! Remember this is a great starting point but be careful and always ask to see the ingredients at each vendor. Look for one of these information booths…
or stop by the Northland Celiac Support Group booth in the Health Fair 11 building. It is located right next to the Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy Association of Minnesota (AFAA) booth. They both have a lot of great information available.
Also, in the Health Fair 11 building is the Caring Bridge booth. Our girls had a caring bridge site when they were born as 32 week preemies. What a GREAT service Caring Bridge is for keeping family and friends connected when you have a health event. For each photo they take that gets tagged on facebook, $1 will be donated from Pear Tree Greetings. Stop by and take a photo to help raise money for Caring Bridge.
This is how we start our day…Fresh French Fries for breakfast! Noah and Grandpa.
Anna is enjoying a little fries with her ketchup! These fries are on the Gluten Free Food List.
Luigi’s Italian Ice is Gluten Free and Dye Free. A great cool treat on a hot afternoon.
The Giant Slide! As Noah says, “It’s tradition!”
My parents took pictures of my sister and I in front of this same gopher as little girls.
Josie loves to visit the horse barn.
Cotton Candy…a sticky favorite!
Josie and Grandma
If you go to the fair, I’d love to hear what gluten free foods are your favorite. Just leave a comment below. And enjoy the great Minnesota get together!