Some good product news...
First of all, according to the company, Bernard Callebaut chocolates are GF (everything but the chocolate-covered pretzels, which makes sense.) I got a selection of them from the husband for Valentine's day, and they are delicious. Their website is: http://www.bernardcallebaut.com/users/folder.asp
We went to the store in Oakville, but I think there is one downtown too.
Secondly, if you are looking for pre-made pasta dishes, I highly recommend the meals from "Eat Italian." http://www.eatitalian.ca/
My favourite is the manicotti, and the stuffed pasta shells are pretty good. I can't speak to the ones with meat; I am a carnivore, but I do not eat ground beef.
The meals are frozen and take about 45 minutes to heat up in the oven. I get them at a Longo's store in Oakville; there is a Longo's in Toronto at Leslie and York Mills. They're expensive (I think I paid $9.99 for each entree) but really good and I find that I get two meals out of each entree -- very generous portions. Do not get them at Whole Foods, since they cost nearly double there!
I have no economic interest in either company, BTW, just really like chocolate and pasta!
Finally, on a completely unrelated note, McDonald's is being sued in the US for its nondisclosure of wheat and dairy ingredients in its fries:
And no, I am not even remotely interested in making the first case of my legal career a similar lawsuit in Canada. Just thought it was kind of funny how quickly this was launched following the company's announcement about the wheat last week.