Sunday, April 5, 2009

Gluten-free Biscotti From New Cascadia Traditional

It's been a while since I've plugged the New Cascadia Traditional Bakery. This is our local gluten-free bakery in Portland, Oregon. I go to their kiosk in Nortwest or at the farmer's market at least once a week. They come out with new products pretty regularly, and I have recently started enjoying their biscotti. These look, taste, and feel like the wheat kind, and they soften perfectly in your coffee.

4 comments:

Endless Possibilities said...

Do they have eclairs?

Gina said...

They don't have eclairs. In fact, they don't have any fried products. you can see a list of their most common products on their website, but often they will have other things available when I get there.

Rebecca said...

Are eclairs fried? I think you just shoot the pastry out of a pastry bag and inject them with cream after baking them. Or are they more like a cream-filled donut?

Gina said...

I wasn't sure, so I looked it up. They appear to be a cream-filled donut. I imagine that the cream gets added after the frying. Gluten-free eclairs - that would be tough, but not impossible!