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15 February 2016

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 February 15, 2016
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Steve’s PaleoGoods Review

If you follow me regularly than you know that my take on gluten-free is from more of a decadent and indulgent perspective – so I have to say that when Steve’s PaleoGoods reached-out to me to sample some of their products I was a bit hesitant. I mean Paleo was never really something that was even remotely on my radar.

7 February 2016

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 February 7, 2016
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Riceworks Review & Giveaway

I have long been a fan of Riceworks snacks since they seem to be one of those brands that you can find pretty much anywhere you might be – kind of like an old gluten-free friend looking back at you from the shelf. I typically tend to grab a small bag with my lunch when I am looking for a salty treat. I also always grab a bag (or three) of Riceworks…

1 January 2016

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 January 1, 2016
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GF LUXE

GF LUXE: The Winter List

Happy New Year everyone. I am so pleased to announce the launch of my newest endeavor — GF LUXE. A new online luxury gluten-free lifestyle publication proving that gluten-free and luxury are indeed synonymous. I’ll be publishing quarterly on a seasonal basis. The next issue will be Spring 2016. I hope that you find inspiration…

5 December 2015

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 December 5, 2015
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Four Seasons Restaurant Pool Room Autumn

The Four Seasons Revisited

The Four Seasons restaurant has been a part of my life since I was a child and holds very special memories for me. It was one of the most magical and fascinating restaurants to me growing up and remains one of the most iconic restaurants in the City today. Walking-in is like stepping back in time – a time when dressing for dinner was de rigeur…

8 November 2015

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 November 8, 2015
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Buvette La Saletta

Buvette de Saletta

Located about 45 minutes outside of Montreux in the Canton of Fribourg is a hidden gem of a mountain restaurant in the town of Les Paccots. Getting there is half of the fun as you eventually find yourself on a single lane road that runs both up and down the mountain – just don’t imbibe too much because the way down is quite harrowing in the darkness of night.