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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 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…

1 July 2013

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 July 1, 2013
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Baba Louie’s in Hudson, N.Y.

*+-I tend to spend a fair amount of time up in the Hudson Valley throughout the year and I am always on the hunt for new gluten-free locales to sample. Just a few years ago the area was truly lacking in any significant gluten-free options but in the past five or so years there has been an explosion of restaurants either with dedicated gluten-free menus or…

23 June 2013

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 June 23, 2013
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Company Cafe Dallas

*+-A visit to Dallas yielded a few gluten-free surprises but one of the real standouts was a dinner at Company Café. Prior to hitting the road, I put out my feelers for a few places that should not be missed during my visit. I received quite a few recommendations for Company Café so decided to check it out one evening for dinner.

20 June 2013

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 June 20, 2013
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Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

*+-The New York City steakhouse is perhaps among the most quintessential of dining institutions. I simply adore a well-prepared steak and particularly love when a restaurant transports you to an earlier point in time – where great service and great cocktails reigned supreme.