I know many here are serving gluten free foods to one or more family members. Some of us will try it this year for various reasons. Some people report great changes when they or their child switches to a gluten free diet. We tried it several times over the years just to see if it would help difficult child function better, thank you cope better, everyone's allergies, etc... It seems much easier to go gluten free now than it was even 5 years ago. If nothing else, labeling on some products makes it easier to figure out what is and is not gluten free. I was just reading Bon Apetit's January 2010 issue and they have a short paragraph about a gluten free pasta cook-off. They compared various gluten free pastas and listed the best ones and why. Here are their results Riso Bello Spaghetti al Riso $7 per package; www.olioandolive.com Mild flavor and tender texture make these noodles a fantastic sub for regular pasta. Ancient Harvest Supergrain Quinoa Pasta $20 for 12 boxes; www.quinoa.net Hearty texture stands up to meat sauces Rustichella d'Abruzzo Organic Corn Spaghetti - $8 per package; www.markethallfoods.com al dente texture and mild corn flavor would be delicious with seafood like clams, shrimp and even lobster. Article is by Nina Elder p. 32 January 2010 Bon Apetit I thought this might offer some choices for those with picky eaters who need gluten free diets.