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New York Post (Oct 11, 2010)
Most revelers were too hung over from Friday-night karaoke to make it to Martha Stewart’s Milk & Cookies party on Saturday morning. Instead of Food Network personalities downing shots, you had kids sampling sweets from local bakeries and restaurants as Martha herself made the rounds. Read the whole story.
Eater (Oct 11, 2010)
We pity a) the fools who loves cookies but didn't pony up a paltry $40 for yesterday morning's Milk and Cookies event hosted by domestic goddess Martha Stewart at the New York Times Cafeteria, b) the fools who brought small children to a morning event with 18 different cookie stations, most of which had at least two different kinds of cookies, virtually ensuring a weekend-ruining sugar high, and c) the fools who actually ate breakfast before coming over. If you showed up sans little ones and with an empty belly, high five! Extra points if you remembered to bring a ziploc to sneak your giant cookie hoard home. Read the whole story.
Slash Food (Oct 11, 2010)
Americans eat about two billion cookies a year, said Martha Stewart, who has just the iPhone app for all those cookie lovers. But, she added, that's probably a little shy of the actual number. The domestic doyenne was speaking to guests at the milk-and-cookies event she hosted at the New York City Wine & Food Festival on Saturday morning at the New York Times building in Manhattan. Read the whole story.
NFCA - Celiac Central (Oct 11, 2010)
Homemade goodies are always best, but sometimes I just need a cookie. Not a whole batch. Not a fancy one dipped in chocolate with sprinkles on top. Just one good old cookie. There are gluten-free options out there, and one of the latest I’ve sampled is Glow Gluten-Free. Read the whole story.
Natural Solutions (Oct 11, 2010)
Glow Gluten Free Double Chocolate Cookies: These dessert goodies achieve a perfect balance of chewiness to crunch with garbanzo, fava bean, and coconut flours. Read the whole story.
NYC Wine and Food Festival (Oct 1, 2010)
Don't forget to visit us at the NYC Wine and Food Festival... "A film and entertainment industry executive turned real estate developer, Jill Brack rarely spent time in the kitchen. That changed in 2004 when she and her daughter Stella were both diagnosed with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the intestines become damaged by eating gluten. Jill began baking allergy friendly treats that they both could enjoy and discovered her passion for creating gluten free goodies." Read the whole story.
Be Free for Me (Oct 1, 2010)
Friday Favorite: Glow Gluten Free Cookies
Some Gluten-Free cookies can be ho-hum. Tasteless, not worth the calories, and let’s face it… a true disappointment. Funny how one cookie can make a gluten free gal like me smile (or should I say Glow!) fromear-to-ear. The cookie I am speaking of? Glow Gluten Free Ginger Snaps, this week’s Friday Favorite on BeFreeForMe.com.
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Food Living and Everything Else (Oct 1, 2010)
Gotta "GLOW" about these new GF Cookies...
I like this story. “Jill and Stella were diagnosed with celiac disease and now Jill makes delicious cookies”…..well, there is a lot more to it than that, and I do not wish the diagnosis upon anyone. What I do like about it however, is that Jill Brack reminds me of, well, me! Except for the fact that she has a brand new successful line of cookies hitting store shelves under the company name "GLOW" that are seriously delicious that is of course. Read the whole story.