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29 December 2016

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 December 29, 2016
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GF LUXE The Winter Issue 2016/17

New Issue of GF LUXE

I am pleased to announce the release of the latest issue of GF LUXE. The Winter List 2016/17 spotlights some of my favorite airlines, hotels, restaurants, cities and products from around the globe. A celiac diagnosis does not mean a less luxurious lifestyle since only gluten needs to be removed. Having been diagnoses more than twenty years ago I vowed never…

22 May 2016

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 May 22, 2016
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Sweet Note Bagels

There are a few foods that New Yorkers take personally and bagels are definitely top of the list.  While there are now tons of gluten-free replacements for many beloved gluten-filled foods – the bagel is one item that has remained elusive to reproduce in a gluten-free version.  Sure, there are tons of mass manufactured “bagels” lining grocery shelves…

1 January 2016

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 January 1, 2016
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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…

28 December 2014

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 December 28, 2014
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My GF Favorites: 2014

It has been another great gluten-free year chock-full of wonderful journeys, delicious tastes, and fabulous new finds. I first want to thank all my readers around the world for joining me over the past twelve months – it has truly been another amazing journey and I am truly thankful for all of your e-mails, comments, recommendations, re-tweets…

30 July 2014

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 July 30, 2014
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Pizza, Pizza.

When I was first diagnosed with celiac disease going on 16 years now, one of the biggest blows to my food repertoire was pizza. You have to remember that this was before the explosion of gluten-free items to the market so choices were few and far between (and quite frankly many options tasted just plain awful – oh, how far we have come).

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