Epicure

Epicure Promise. Our products are 100% gluten-free and Epicure is a nut-free facility. All Epicure products are guaranteed 100% gluten-free, and so are these recipes!

  • Made with buckwheat flour, potato starch, rice flour & tapioca starch.
  • One mix makes bagels, pancakes & waffles! Follow recipes on the pack.
  • Makes 1 dozen bagels or donuts, or up to 24 pancakes or waffles.
  • Source of fiber.

 

 

 

 

 
  • Bake Southern-style chicken with all the flavour of fried without the calories!
  • Make a better-for-you bucket of oven-baked chicken pieces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Decadent, rich chocolate flavour.
  • Made with wholesome organic cocoa and cane sugar, black beans & chickpea flour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Prep 5 min, cook 15–20 min.
  • Tastes just like homemade—but better.
  • Gluten free, no breadcrumbs needed!
  • Makes 24 meatballs or 1 large meatloaf.

Read more about different Gluten Free items:

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

 

Stone’s Throw Coffee Collective

Best little coffeehouse north of the Pecos! By the university, we are eclectic, cool, friendly and fun. Peace. Love. Coffee.

Stone’s Throw Coffee Collective always has gluten free baking (cupcakes, brownies, granola bars, energy pucks, cookies). We also have Joe’s European Deli & Catering GF bread as an alternative so can make any of our sandwiches or paninis gluten free. We always have mini quiche (unless sold out!) and at least one, usually two, GF salads in our mix (currently a lentil salad, soon to come a rice bowl). Thanks ”

Often Features gluten free options
1101 Kramer Boulevard
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W4
(306) 949-1404

Facebook page

Instagram

Canadian Brewhouse

 

Welcome to The Canadian Brewhouse

Where you feel right at home because our house is your house!

The Canadian Brewhouse opened it’s the first restaurant in 2002, in Edmonton, Alberta. Over a decade later, that one location has grown to 31 and we plan to continue expanding across Canada!

Our restaurants are mostly found in Alberta, including Edmonton, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Grande Prairie, Lloydminster, Red Deer, Camrose, Fort McMurray, Calgary, Okotoks, Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane, and St. Albert! We also have locations in Regina, Moose Jaw, and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Winnipeg, Manitoba!
We opened our first Canadian Brewhouse & Grill in Kelowna, British Columbia in 2015 and have since opened several additional restaurants in BC. Our Abbotsford location opened in 2016, and Prince George, Fort Saint John & Richmond opened in 2017.

Whether you are at a Canadian Brewhouse, or a Canadian Brewhouse & Grill, our one-of-a-kind Canadian themed restaurant & sports bar has an extensive menu of appetizers, entreesdrinks and amazing specials every night of the week. Plus we have our brunch menu every Saturday, Sunday, and holiday until 4 pm, and we offer special feature menus every season.

When you come to The Canadian Brewhouse, you’ll feel like you’re right at home because our house is your house…only we have way more TVs! That’s right, you won’t find a better selection of screens for watching the sports you love anywhere else! We even provide tabletop speakers for those nights when multiple sports and teams are playing.

Being an active part of our community is another important part of The Canadian Brewhouse culture and we give back in as many ways as possible. We are often fundraising for charities like The Stollery Children’s Hospital FoundationThe Canadian Cancer SocietyThe MS Society, SCITCSand many local initiatives that are important to the individual neighborhoods we are located in. To learn about fundraising opportunities for your program, click here.

If you love sports, great food, awesome drinks, and having fun, then grab your crew and meet the Brew Crew down at our house any day of the week.

The menu including Gluten Free options

Facebook- Grasslands, 
HAS A GLUTEN FREE FRYER
4820 Gordon Road
Regina, Saskatchewan S4W 0B7
(306) 522-2246

 

Facebook- Eastgate
2005 Prince of Wales Dr. A3
Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 3A3
(306) 522-1613

Old Fashioned Foods

 

Home

Why Old Fashion Foods?

We know that today you have many choices available to you when it comes to your grocery and supplement needs. Heare are some of the reasons that we feel you should turn to us:

Staff and Service

We take pride in the fact that we have known some of you as customers AND as friends for years (even decades in some cases!) Our staff know many of you by name, and some of you know them as well. We like it that way.

Convenience

Unlike many other retailers, we carry a wide variety of both grocery products and supplements. Why should you have to visit several stores to get what you need when you can simply come to us? Also, if you can’t find a product, or if we don’t stock it, just ask and we will do our best to find it and bring it in for you.

Quality

We carry the top names of quality vitamins, herbs, groceries and personal care products. We’ve also had our own brand of products for over 30 years. We take pride in putting our name on a product, and we go to great lengths to make sure the quality goes in before our name goes on the label!

“These are the first GF crunchy spring rolls I have had in a decade. They were awesome. Sold at Old Fashioned Foods.”

Old Fashioned Foods

20Ten

Notes From 20ten

“Almost everything is gluten free on that menu at 20ten, or can be modified to be gluten free. We try to cater to go as much as we can. All our soups are GF, our creme brulee is…and soon our cheesecakes will be too.

We have even done custom menus for gluten free vegans…but that has to be called in a day or 2 in advance”

HOURS

FREE VALET PARKING

You can also call us at 306-751-2010 to make your reservations or for catering inquiries.

Monday 11:00am-close
Tuesday 11:00am-close
Wednesday 11:00am-close
Thursday 11:00am-close
Friday 11:00am-close
Saturday 5:00pm-close
Sunday CLOSED

Website

Telephone: 306.751.2010

Email: contact@20ten.ca

Twitter: http://twitter.com/20TenEatery

Facebook: http://facebook.com/20TenEatery

Instagram: http://instagram.com/20TenEatery

Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/109362470997406125464/

Things Learned at Costco

Recently I have taken a side job at Costco in Regina, Sask. This is what I have learned:
At the end of the month
The store will be 30,000 Sq.ft. bigger than the current store
It will have wider isles
It will have more checkouts and more gas bar lanes
It will be adding 300 new items
The food courts will have chicken wings
There will be no alcohol sold
There’s bigger carts
The new Costco is one of the bigger stores in North America
Costco has only done one other move
YES, there will be more parking!

 

UPDATE:

The New Costco is open today November 2nd!

We started out with speeches and clapping the first customers through the doors.

The gentleman who opened the  Costco warehouse (520) 25 years ago was there to shut it down! Emotions were high. There were people who have been in that building for most of their lives.

The staff had no idea what to expect Nov.1. We had no Idea floor models would be put on sale. We had heard a rumour maybe meat and produce would be put on sale at about 3ish. Head office came in. Not even supervisors knew the whole plans for the day. They Started slashing prices at 2:30 and it was pandemonium. It was like Black Friday in the U.S.

 

 

Costco Facts for Regina:

– The Costco flowers come from Winnipeg and Columbia.
– Employees don’t get a discount
– When the store it closed employees have to wear safety vests because the forklifts have the right of way.
– The old Costco was the only Costco with a basement.
– If you see your cashier “doing a drop” it means the till has locked them out until they complete a transfer of money to the vault. *cool fact* The old store did its drops via a pneumatic tube system

– Our Costco donates “food waste” (food that’s not pretty enough, is missing an item, has 1 in a package that has gone bad etc.) to the food bank.
– When our location is “busy” it is a million dollar day.
– People come in at 4 a.m. to prepare for a day of shoppers. During the holidays, it’s running 24/7.
– Regina has 421 Staff members.
– The reason why we ask for your membership card way in advance is that most people have to look for their card and by the time it’s your turn to go through the check out we need your card to start. The cashiers are timed on their items per transaction. So they need the cards to make sure the lines are moving fast.
– If an employee can’t tell you exactly where something is, it’s because pallets are moved nightly.  We might not know exactly what we have on the floor as it is easy to sell out of an item in a day.

Regina sells the most pumpkin pies out of all the Costcos. This year (2018)  Costco sold over 11,000 in Thanksgiving week. The record for this store 12,500 on this week. The bakery for this week runs 24/7 with all the staff it can fit into the kitchen and will still sell out up to 3 times a day.

Coming from the Vanbelle Nursery in Abbotsford, Regina location is the #1 seller of fruit-bearing shrubs in western provinces (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, haskaps)

Our top sellers are chicken and beef.

 

What you’re not told:
– The people giving out samples don’t actually work for Costco.
– Bag your meat! There has been a lot of bloody accidents, literally. Save the back seat of your vehicle, the cashier and the bagger from getting covered in blood from the leaky meat.
– Pick up a box- Often times cashiers have no boxes because none have been delivered to the front. So if you’re shopping and you see one you like, grab it.
– Reusable bags drive us nuts- If you’re going to use them have them clean and ready, you wouldn’t believe the things we have found in them.
– Bag the Rotisserie chickens too. The condensate and spill chicken water everywhere in your vehicle. SAVE YOURSELF, GET A BAG!
– Leave the heavy things in the cart, you don’t want to lift them, neither do we.

Weird Facts:

– There are geese that nest every year in the old parking lot. They are mean, will chase members, and stop traffic. They are the Costco geese. They are usually by the tire centre. The seagulls aren’t much better.
– Costco said it sold 87 million rotisserie chickens last year. Thus, they have their own chicken farm.  The plant processes about 100 million birds per year, or about a quarter of Costco’s annual appetite.
– Costco has a poultry farm that produces one-third of all its chickens, raw or otherwise. Costco sells roughly 80 million on average of its rotisserie chickens per year.

 

Organic:

Costco has already made investments in the organic food space in the hopes of ensuring greater organic food supply in the future, according to the Seattle Times.

Gluten-free:
See some of the gluten-free items

Visit their:

Facebook Page

or website– Note** The store doesn’t carry everything that is online and online doesn’t carry everything in the store. The sales are often different as well.

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

641- In Craven Sask.

641 in Craven Has Gluten Free Options!

This cute and cosy little restaurant has the small town feel with big city eats! I had a GF grilled cheese (sans beef) and salad (no separate fryer).

Today we went to Craven. I watched the Sasktel Commercial that 641 was featured in. I messaged them asking what they had for GF options and they returned with:

“Hi! Pretty gluten friendly! We have quite a few GF options & have gf bread so can substitute most sandwiches & burgers. However, our deep fryer isn’t totally gfree.”

The salad came with beets, walnuts, goat cheese, and raspberry(?) vinegarette. The Grilled Cheese had smoked gouda, which usually I hate, but it was delicious! My friend laughed at me because it was so cheesy I had to cut the strings with my fingers to eat it. The grilled cheese usually comes with beef, but because I’m a vegetarian I nixed it.

My friend had a pulled chicken sandwich and enjoyed it! It’s got that small town feel and I would recommend it!

Local. Fresh. Homemade. food + drinks with a funky vibe. Owned by the Eddy family, a farm-loving family of five!

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Open

Making Vegetable Broth

This week I tried my hand at making vegetable broth!

via GIPHY

I’m not a big fan of tomato based vegetable broths so when I found a blog about saving your vegetable scraps to make your own broth I thought it was worth a try. Being a vegetarian it didn’t take long for the scraps to add up. I kept them in the freezer and just added to the bag as I was cooking.

In the scraps, there were onion peels, the inside of peppers, the ends and middle of garlic cloves, dill stems, celery, parsley, thyme and rosemary stems, Jalapeno gits, Bok Choy ends. Pretty Much anything I used in the kitchen. I wrapped the frozen lump of vegetable into cheesecloth and boiled them.

I read somewhere for the best flavour to boil for an hour. Which I did and I simmered for a couple hours. I also ended up adding salt…Because I’m a salt junky.

While boiling the stock I also multi-tasked and boiled my jars and lids. Sterilize, Sterilize, Sterilize. As you can see I’m a huge supporter of Classico because you can reuse their jars. However, you have to be sure they seal. I have had lids that the rubber melts off.

 

Setting everything aside that was sterilized I didn’t realise exactly how much broth I boiled so I ended up having to do a couple rounds of jar sterilization to keep up.

As the broth became ready I also got the lids ready to seal. Remember to stir to let the bubbles out and wipe the top of the jars to make the seal.

With both elements going it got quite warm in the kitchen. It of course only got worse when I added the pressure canner.

The pot I made the broth in after jarring was then washed out and became the pot that I pressure canned in. I filled it with various different sizes of jars. I cooked at 15 pounds (Im sure I could have done 10) for 30 minutes.

I ended up cooking 4 batches. In between, I stored all of the broth in the jars in my kitchen sink in hot water. Sometimes if the liquid gets cold the jars will shatter in the pressure cooker.

It took me a few days to complete. The broth turned out delicious. My house smells great and I have enough broth to last me for a year!

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

 

Products used:

Gluten Free Products We’ve Tried and Recommend

Gluten-Free Products We Recommend

Gluten Free Regina is a not for profit group out of Regina, Saskatchewan. We are happy to help with any questions you may have and also recommend products and restaurants in and around the city. In this post, we recommend products that we have a tried and enjoyed.

1) Bisquick™ Gluten Free Pancake & Baking Mix

These are easy to make, and taste delicious warm with butter. They can also be used as a great sandwich bun. They are a nice little treat for your gluten-free family member or friend at Christmas, Easter or any gathering.
  • BAKING MIX: Make a delicious meal with this gluten-free pancake mix that makes fluffy, mouth-watering pancakes, waffles, and more
  • GLUTEN FREE: Gluten-free baking mix with all the same great taste; made in a gluten-free processing facility
  • SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: Wholesome pancake mix contains no artificial flavors and no preservatives
  • ENDLESS OPTIONS: Use as waffle mix or pancake mix to create a variety of gluten-free foods the whole family will love; perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert
  • BOX CONTAINS: 454g gluten-free baking mix; An everyday pantry staple
  • Gluten-Free

You can order Bisquick Baking mix here:

2) Only Oats Gluten-Free Rolled Oats, 1 Kg

I’ve written about them before in a blog, I have to admit because they are from Regina I feel like I should be giving them an extra little push! You don’t need to give up your oats! you can have the and several oat based mixes from Avena Foods.

 

You can order online here:

  • Certified by Avena Foods to test to less than 5ppm of gluten
  • Processed in pure oat dedicated plant
  • Excellent source of iron and fiber
  • Non-GMO
  • Free of major allergens
  • Free from wheat, barely and rye
  • Kosher

I like to make Chocolate Haystacks, Chocolate Oat Bars with them or use them in Apple Crisp!

3) Annie’s Homegrown Gluten Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese, 170 Gram

Are you missing your Kraft Dinner? We all get cravings. Enjoy Annie’s gluten-free version!

  • Gluten-free version of our beloved pasta and cheddar
  • Vegetarian, good source of calcium and vitamin B6
  • No Artificial Flavors, Synthetic Colors or Preservatives

You can order it online:

4) KIND Bars Almond and Coconut 12ct, Gluten Free, 40g

On the run? I find these bars awesome for a quick snack. I also, usually have a handful of them if I’m flying. They are delicious and come in a variety of flavours. They also do not taste like meal supplement bars. They are quite tasty!

  • GLUTEN FREE
  • SOURCE OF FIBRE
  • LOW SODIUM
  • NO GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS
  • ingredients you can see and pronounce®

Click to order online:

5) Kinnikinnick Graham Style Cracker Crumbs, 300 Gram

These cookie crumbs are perfect for crumbles and pie crusts. I’ve used them in several deserts.

  • Just the solution for a gluten-free pie crust, ice cream topping or cheesecake
  • Incredibly easy
  • Gluten free has never tasted so good

You can order them online:

 

 

 

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

Only Oats

100% Pure Oats. Uncontaminated. Celiac Safe!

Dedicated gluten-free facility. Produced through Purity Protocol.

Guaranteed less than 10 parts per million (ppm) of gluten*


Avena Foods Limited is the industry’s leading producer of pure, uncontaminated, organic certified gluten-free oats through its Purity Protocol farm to table production model. 

Avena Foods Limited has an established network of over 90 gluten-free and Organic oat growers across the Canadian prairies and a dedicated gluten-free and allergen-free milling facility in Regina, SK.

The Purity Protocol is an industry benchmark process that is based on “Start Clean, Stay Clean” principles proven to produce certified gluten-free oats consistently at or below 5 ppm level that meet and surpass the gluten-free standards of the GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization), GFCP (Gluten-Free Certification Program), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and Health Canada.

 * relative to Health Canada’s gluten-free threshold of 20 ppm 

All ONLYOATS products are produced through Avena Foods’ Purity Protocol, a unique ‘Farm to Table’ industry benchmark process that achieves consistent and superior quality gluten-free oats.

You can order online here:

 

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

ADDRESS:

316 1st Avenue East

Regina, Saskatchewan

S4N 5H2, Canada

CONTACT US:

info@myonlyoats.com

P: 306-757-3663

https://www.myonlyoats.com/