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6 November 2016

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 November 6, 2016
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Shun Lee Palace Gluten-Free Chinese Restaurant New York City

Shun Lee Palace NYC

One of the most crushing blows of my celiac and shellfish allergy diagnoses was having to remove Chinese food from my restaurant repertoire. When I was originally diagnosed there simply were not options out there and my love of Chinese food would remain something akin to looking for a gluten-free unicorn. When I was in Hong Kong and Macau it was definitely…

3 November 2016

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 November 3, 2016
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Marcus' Bermuda Fairmont Hamilton Princess

Marcus’ Bermuda

The Fairmont Hamilton Princess has been undergoing a significant renovation over the past couple of years and one of those changes was the addition of the first celebrity chef outpost on the island – Marcus Samuelsson’s Marcus’ restaurant. Being married to a Bermudian we try to visit often to see family and friends.

28 October 2016

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 October 28, 2016
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Restaurant L'Olivier La Tour-de-Peilz

Restaurant L’Olivier Revisited

One of my favorite restaurants on the Swiss Riviera is quietly tucked away in La Tour-de-Peilz between Montreux and Vevey. L’Olivier is located in the Hostellerie Bon Rivage and features some of the most impressive views of Lake Geneva from its terrace paired with a changing seasonal menu that capitalizes on local ingredients.

8 October 2016

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 October 8, 2016
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CzecHouse Grill & Rotisserie Prague

CzecHouse Grill & Rotisserie

Prague is fast emerging as a culinary center in Europe. You can find pretty much anything that your taste buds desire and I found it to be extremely celiac-friendly. One restaurant that stood out during my visit was actually tucked-away in the Hilton Hotel. Yet, this is definitely not a hotel restaurant – it’s a restaurant that happens to be in a hotel.

26 June 2016

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 June 26, 2016
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passport stamps travel

GF Travel Tips

Summer and travel are synonymous. As a world traveler who happens to also be a diagnosed celiac with an allergy to all things shellfish, I have developed a checklist that I always follow to ensure that things flow smoothly wherever I might be in the world. A celiac diagnosis or food allergy does not mean that you need to be relegated to a second class travel experience..