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13 November 2012

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 November 13, 2012
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Swiss Riviera GF Travel Guide, Part III, The Food

With the recent bout of bad weather we experience here in New York City (and the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic for that matter) coupled with an extremely busy work schedule have prevented me from updating as often as I would have liked. I am pleased that I have now finished the third and final installment to my Gluten-Free Swiss Riviera Guide which spotlights some of my new food finds in Montreux and Geneva from my September trip…

9 June 2012

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 June 9, 2012
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Restaurant Review, Rodizio Grill

I was invited by my friends at Rodizio Grill to check-out their new Stamford location for dinner one evening. Now, I typically am not a “chain restaurant” kind of guy but when I found out that this location was owned by the same owner of the Tri-State area Melting Pot locations I knew that this experience would be different than walking into any old chain. You see, my two experiences at the Melting Pot of White Plains were absolutely amazing from a food allergy and Celiac perspective…

8 June 2012

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 June 8, 2012
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Soul Dog

A couple of weekends ago I found myself near Poughkeepsie, New York and thought it would be the perfect time to head over to [...]

8 June 2012

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 June 8, 2012
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The Melting Pot Revisited

When my friends at the Melting Pots of White Plains (N.Y.), Darien (CT.), and Westwood (N.J.) invited me back for another visit to sample [...]

27 May 2012

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 May 27, 2012
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Lima GF Travel Guide, Part Three, The Food

Lima has been called the Culinary Capital of the Americas and let me be the first to tell you that it definitely lived up to the title on my recent visit. Now, I was first a bit apprehensive because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean which meant that fish and shellfish would likely be plentiful and featured at restaurants throughout the City – and given my shellfish allergy this always makes me a bit antsy. I mean the City is famous for it ceviche after all with entire restaurants dedicated to this popular dish. I need not have worried though as Lima’s amazing culinary scene has quite literally something for everyone and finding gluten- and shellfish-free options…