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31 December 2013

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 December 31, 2013
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2013: Favorites of the Year

As 2014 looms on the horizon I thought I would wax nostalgic and compile a list of my Top Five Favorites of 2013. 2013 was a great year for this Celiac and there were so many wonderful products, restaurants, airlines, and hotels that I came across – proving that living with celiac disease is always an adventure, never boring, and the gluten-free…

29 October 2013

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 October 29, 2013
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NFCA GREAT Kitchens Logo

NFCA GREAT Kitchens Chef’s Table

There are very few things that will get me to schlep downtown in the middle of the day here in New York City but I have to say that the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is one of them. I was recently invited to the kick-off of their GREAT Kitchens National Chef’s Table Tour at chef Jehangir Mehta’s Mehtaphor in TriBeCa…

25 October 2013

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 October 25, 2013
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Spud Vodka

Look to the Potato (Vodka)

Those of you that follow me regularly know that I like a good cocktail from time to time (read often) and that my preferred spirit to imbibe with is hands-down vodka. My local liquor store carries a very nice selection of vodkas (thanks to my proximity of living close the Russian Consulate). New brands seem to pop-up on each visit…

9 October 2013

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 October 9, 2013
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Montreux View

GF on the Swiss Riviera: 2013 Update

I am finally making progress on posting about my trip to Montreux last month and this trip visited some new favorite locales that I wanted to share. To make things a bit more streamlines I decided to do a hybrid post with some reviews here and others housed on TripAdvisor (all easily accessible in one click)…

30 August 2013

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 August 30, 2013
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Do You Know The Cherry Man?

Perhaps one of the coolest items from my recent Food Fête quite literally came in the one of the smallest packages. Now I have loved Maraschino cherries ever since they topped my sundaes and sweetened my Shirley Temples – God, there was something magical to fish out that bright red jewel as a kid. Of course now that I am an adult and my tastes have…