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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.

3 October 2014

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 October 3, 2014
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Restaurant L'Olivier

Restaurant L’Olivier

We dined here on the recommendation of friends who live in the area (who also happen to appreciate good food) and it is one of their favorite local spots. We were staying in Montreux but getting to L’Olivier in La Tour-de-Peilz could not be easier. The restaurant is located in the Hostellerie Bon Rivage a lovely small hotel on the shores of Lake Geneva.

8 June 2014

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 June 8, 2014
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BA Featured

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…

20 January 2014

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 January 20, 2014
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Bermuda View

GF Guide to Bermuda Updated

Those of you that follow me regularly know that I have spent a fair amount of time in Bermuda since marrying my other half fifteen years ago – who happens to be Bermudian. As my in-laws and many of our friends are still there we go back pretty regularly. What many people do not realize is how close Bermuda is to New York City…

31 December 2013

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 December 31, 2013
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2014_Featured

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…

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