Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Kinnikinnick.TV Is On The Air

It's been a bit quiet on the blog and twitter front for the last month or so. The reason? Our secret project.

For the last couple of weeks we have been putting the finishing touches on our new gluten free cooking show "Great Food, Gluten Free".

We're very pleased to announce that our first episode is now available for viewing.

Each week, Hosts Chef Lori Grein and Kim Reiniger will cover some of the issues that often come up in Gluten Free baking and cooking but most importantly, they'll show you just how easy it is to make "Great Food, Gluten Free"

While we do want to showcase our products, the show will cover the entire range of gluten free cooking, from the basics, to holiday meals, to appetizers and even beverages.

The show will be released about once a week, with episodes running from 15-25 minutes. They'll be posted to our YouTube channel but to get the best experience, you should visit our new website The site will let you watch the videos, view the recipes for each video and any links mentioned in the show.

To get everyone ready for the upcoming holiday season, our first 4 episodes will feature everything you need to make a complete holiday dinner. In the first episode Lori and Kim will tackle the main course:
  • Lemon Herb Turkey
  • Sausage Stuffing
  • Gravy
The remaining episodes will feature:
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Caramel Apple Pie Martini
  • Turnips n' Apples Casserole
  • KinniKwik Dinner Rolls
  • Autumn Harvest Apple Cake
  • Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte

Be sure to watch this blog, twitter, our Facebook page or our YouTube Channel for updates on when we release each episode or just visit

The first episode is now online and available from viewing.


Anonymous said...

This is quite wonderful. I enjoyed this episode and am looking forward to seeing all the new ones as they are posted.
Editor: Edmonton's Celiac Circular

Hajo said...

Thank you so much for doing this! I think that of all major holidays during the year, a gluten-free but still tasty Thanksgiving is the most difficult to realize. Looking forward to your other videos and advice!