I have been visiting family and friends in Bermuda for twenty years and during all my visits never visited Ascot’s so had to rectify that on a recent visit. Located in the Royal Palms Hotel – a small boutique hotel – Ascot’s is an award-winning restaurant that has been a staple on the island from more than twenty years.
Spending a fair amount of time in Bermuda over the past twenty years I have been able to witness the explosion of gluten-free options available to celiac travelers. Even many longstanding restaurants have tailored their menus to not only accommodate but specifically cater to celiac guests. On a recent visit, we popped-into Angelo’s Bistro in Hamilton…
I was tickled to have been asked to share what my celiac diagnosis meant to me and the change that it played in my life in the January/February issue of Gluten-Free Living magazine. The article, Celiac Disease: Look at the Bright Side featured several well-known celiacs focusing on the positive-side of a celiac diagnosis — so I am in very good company.
I have long been a fan of Canyon Bakehouse’s gluten-free breads. They are truly among the softest most “normal” breads on the market today. So when they reached-out to me with the offer to sample their brand new sandwich-sized Heritage Style breads it was a no-brainer. Small loaf syndrome is something that has been the bane of carb existence for celiacs like myself.