This video might be the most fun one so far. The kids are are very good sports about sampling gluten-free pizza, and really entertaining. I like the pizza at Carmen's, but more than that I love that it is a totally comfortable kid-friendly place. I also love it that even though it looks just like probably a million other neighborhood pizza places on the outside, the real difference is that they offer not only gluten-free pizza, but also vegan pizza (but not vegan AND gluten-free because their gluten-free crust has dairy and eggs, but you COULD get it with soy cheese if reducing the volume of dairy is desirable.) I also love it that they know what they are doing and take care to avoid cross contamination. This is what they say on the gluten-free page of their website:
Gluten Free Pizza: Carmen's now offers a 10" gluten free pizza, available in red, white, or tomatoe pie. Since we make our own dough fresh every morning, we coud never guarantee our equipment to be sufficiently flour free to make our own gluten free products. Therefore we purchase this dough from an outside vendor, and it contains both dairy and egg. We use separate and sterile smallwares for baking and slicing the gluten free pizzas. Please don't order meatballs as a topping, since we use our own breadcrumbs when we bake our meatballs and they are not gluten free. Do not order Vegan sausage either since it contains wheat.
You can see from the rest of their gluten-free page that they take the same care with their gluten-free sandwiches. This is EXACTLY what we with celiac need to see and hear from restaurants to have confidence that we will not get sick from eating their food. How cool are they?
And how does it taste? Check out the video here. Watch my kids try to scam me out of my gluten-free pizza, like their big ol' pie wasnt't enough food.