I haven't done this in awhile because I tend to stick with a lot of the foods that I know are good rather than trying new things. But, a few things I've tried recently that I like:
DeBoles Corn Pasta - this was a lot less gummy than the rice pasta and tasted almost exactly like wheat pasta! It was even good reheated, which I cannot say for rice pasta.
Bob's Red Mill Mixes - I've made the pizza crust and the cornbread, both of which are very tasty. They offer a lot of mixes and flour so you can do your own baking.
Annie's Gluten Free Rice Pasta and Cheddar - replacement for the Kraft Mac and Cheese. It turns out better when you don't cook the the noodles as long as the box suggests.
Sticks Kebob Shop is a restaurant in Richmond and Charlottesville that is gluten free. They even use gluten free soy sauce!
Noodles & Company has a few gluten free options. Stick with the rice noodles and avoid the chicken. You can ask for the rice noodles in other dishes.