I think I may have found the answer to eating pizza when I know that I should not out of fear of feeling sick. A couple of weeks ago, my family and I tried the new gluten-free pizza at California Pizza Kitchen.
On October, 16, 2013, California Pizza Kitchen (CPK), the authority on California-style pizza and industry leader in creative dining, announced the launch of a new line of gluten-free pizzasavailable at restaurants nationwide through a partnership with the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). The four gluten-free pizzas are prepared using strict procedures set forth and approved by the GIG, including a certified gluten-free crust and other ingredients verified by California Pizza Kitchen’s suppliers as gluten-free. GIG will also conduct regular site inspections and audits to ensure all guidelines are being met.
We ate the THE ORIGINAL BBQ CHICKEN PIZZA – With their legendary BBQ sauce, smoked Gouda, red onions and cilantro. You can add Nueske’s applewood smoked bacon for even more flavor, but we do not eat bacon so we did try but, I am sure it taste good. We really enjoyed it. The flavors of each topping were bursting with flavor. I do not eat a lot of bread, so the thin crust was perfect. My daughter does not eat a lot of bread, because of her asthma and prefers thin crust as well. The gluten-free pizza worked out well for us. My son loved as well, but he loves pizza. We likeCPK, so this post may be a little biased, because we have enjoyed everything we have ever ordered on the menu.
The other three pizzas are: