I have been spouting to everyone to eat seasonally and locally lately. So much so, that I just wrote a nice piece for Rudi’s GlutenFree Bakery where I talk about nutrition and farmers markets (SEEN HERE). Yet in the middle of my seasonal scavenger hunt to the farmers market, I found a package on my doorstep. As excited as I always am to get a package, I rip it open only to get even more excited of the contents. What can get me so excited you ask?...a wrap, that’s what! I received three nice packages of Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery’s new wraps from my good friends at Rudi’s to take for a test run, and I couldn’t be any happier.
Yep, wraps are that exciting to me and for good reason. If you are not gluten free, then you may not understand this. If you are gluten free but have no issues with egg or soy then you may still be scratching your head why this is so exciting. So let me put it this way; no eggs and/or no soy equals a dry crumbly, non-pliable wrap. Which to be honest sort of sucks. Let’s just say, there is a lack of quality product out there that are gluten, soy and egg free that are actually good. Luckily, we have Rudi’s to the rescue to end this wrap fiasco once and for all! But will they hold up to the tests? Let’s see.
Check out my last article on end of the summer veggies on Rudi’s Gluten Free BLOG ( link will be up shortly ) to learn how to oven roast your tomatoes for the Tomato and Goat Cheese Quesadilla (as seen in the picture above). Then just add some goat cheese crumbles, get out a flat grill or a large pan and grill over a medium-low heat until the wrap starts to brown and crisp…it’s that simple.
Well, that’s a wrap!
Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery: www.rudisglutenfree.com