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7 April 2015

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 April 7, 2015
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Outrageous Baking

Review: Outrageous Baking

I have a tremendous sweet tooth so when Outrageous Baking out of Colorado reached out to me to sample some of their products it took about a second to reply with yes. There has been a proliferation of gluten-free sweets over the past few years – a far cry from my original celiac diagnosis days when I was happy if I could find a gluten-free cupcake…

4 April 2015

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 April 4, 2015
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Bistango

Bistango at the Kimberly Hotel

One of the benefits of living and working in NYC is that it is an extremely easy city to navigate gluten-free and there is pretty much anything that any celiac could ask for on the food front.  From gluten-free Chinese to pizza and everything in between the options are seemingly endless. I tend to be a creature of habit when it comes to lunch…

29 March 2015

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 March 29, 2015
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Gluten Free Snack Attack

If you follow me regularly you know that there are three tings in life that truly make me happy: cocktails, snacks, and travel — the perfect trifecta in my opinion. So you are likely wondering what those three things have in common. Oh, ye of little faith. Let’s connect the dots. You see when I am imbibing in a cocktail I like to nibble on something savory…

23 March 2015

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 March 23, 2015
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Living Luxe GF

Living Luxe GF Cookbook Review

If you are a regular visitor to my site you’ll likely notice that there is one area that I tend not to review and that is cookbooks. Over the years I have received many offers for review copies but to be quite honest – it is really not something that piques my interest. Don’t get me wrong, cookbooks are great and definitely serve a purpose – be it for instruction or inspiration.

13 March 2015

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 March 13, 2015
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Accidents Do Happen…

Hello Everyone! You have probably noticed that it has been a little longer than usual since I have updated my blog but alas I have become a victim of the terrible winter we had here in the Northeast. While trying to traverse a large pile of what I now affectionately refer to as snow-ice (the piles and piles of cleared snow that continued to grow after each storm…