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8 October 2014

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 October 8, 2014
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Montreux Jazz Cafe

Montreux Jazz Café

My annual visit to Montreux always yields surprises and this trip was no different. Sadly, this trip marked the end of Harry’s Bar which was undergoing a renovation to re-open as Funky Claude’s Bar while we were there. This was the end of an era for me as many a fabulous evening (and meals) was had at Harry’s so I was very sad to see it go.

8 June 2014

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 June 8, 2014
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GF in Buenos Aires: The Food

I finally got around to the second – and in my opinion – most important part of my gluten-free guide to Buenos Aires – the food. Now Argentina is primarily known for great steak, empanadas, and wine but there is so much more to Argentinian cuisine. Don’t get me wrong – all of the items listed above were beyond amazing and I ate my fair share…

6 November 2013

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 November 6, 2013
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Don’t Tell My Mother.

Yes, my name ends in a vowel and I was pretty much raised on pasta before my Celiac diagnosis and I rarely go to Italian restaurants because, well, as an Italian it’s not something we really do – because our mothers all make the best pasta and sauce and who can really compare with mom? Well, I think that might have all changed for me…

28 March 2013

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 March 28, 2013
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Gluten Free in the Hudson Valley

There was a great article that I came across from Newsday on gluten-free bakeries and restaurants in the Hudson Valley though they have an interesting view on where the Hudson Valley actually is.

30 November 2012

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 November 30, 2012
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Living Gluten Free from a Celiac P.O.V.

I thought as the year winds down this would be a great opportunity to wax nostalgic and look back on what being gluten-free has really meant to me, the changes to my health, and the changes to the gluten-free landscape. These are my personal realities that I have experienced as I navigated along my Celiac journey…and believe me it has been a journey.

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