So another great trip to St George’s Market only this time to see what’s out there for those who eat gluten free. 11th – 17th May is Coeliac Awareness Week so off I went with my coeliac sibling to keep me right. Here are some of our finest traders and food producers who cater for those who go against the grain.
So this yummy looking brekkie comprises of potato bread from the Gluten Free Patisserie, sausages from Hillstown Farm Shop and bacon (hidden under the bread) from Liam at the \belly Busters stand who also cooked the whole thing up for me. Cheers to these guys, it was very yum!
Gluten Free Cooking Demonstration
A very popular crowd gathering demo of cooking and sharing of experiences.
The Gluten Free Patisserie
Soda bread, potato bread, pancakes, wheaten farl and the flour to bake your own at home.
Hot Lips Natural Curries
Some tasty looking curries, Korma, Jalfrezi and Thai Green as well as Stew. Tried the Thai curry for lunch. Deliciously hot!
Curry Sauce Co.
A selection of curry sauces ranging from mild to ‘mouth on fire’. All but one (the Rendang) are gluten free.
Hillstown Farm Shop
Gorgeous gluten free sausages made to order. Tasted great with my bacon & potato bread for breakfast.
And for something sweet…
Check Out My Buns (brilliant name!)
Coeliac & vegan friendly bakery.
Melting Pot Fudge
This superb fudge comes in all different flavours from the traditional butter fudge to the more adventurous stem ginger and dark chocolate.
For more information on these and the other traders in St George’s Market visit the Belfast City Council Website at the link below.
A couple of resources on Coeliac Disease and gluten free living:
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