I struggle to wrap my head around the fact that we are nearly to the Superbowl. That the President has been in office for an entire year already. That it’s 2010! The pace of life has remained a steady gallop for quite some time. Not that I would have it any other way. I know it’s sounds so cliche, but, time really does appear to literally fly by right before our eyes.
This year, my family will be watching the Superbowl with my parents who are going to be stopping through Colorado on their way back from a business trip. They are fantastic people. And I’m not just saying that because they are my parents. Truthfully – even if they weren’t mine – I would thoroughly enjoy every moment of their company. They are fun, easy-going and they just recently decided to take the gluten free diet by the horns. They have been calling, asking for guidance, checking and double-checking throughout the process. And I have remained their enthusiastic cheerleader. I give them an enormous amount of credit. Going gluten free in your sixties is no easy feat – especially when you have a lifetime gluten imprint begging impatiently to be indulged.
Even though the Patriots or Broncos are not playing I still intend to enjoy the game. Because it’s really all about spending the day with the people you enjoy most. My parent’s visit gave me the idea to throw out some Superbowl love to all you gluten free football fans (myself included). Perhaps your party is going to be gluten free. Or maybe a few of your party-goers have special dietary needs. Give some of these nutritious and satisfying treats a whirl (mangorita is sort of healthy, right?) I ‘ll be serving some of these apps to my parents so they can appreciate that a more limited diet certainly does not have to mean being deprived.
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