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10 July 2013

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 July 10, 2013
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Dolce Kingston New York

Dolce in Kingston, New York

*+-Continuing with my Hudson Valley gluten-free finds that I have been meaning to review for a while is Dolce on the Kingston Waterfront. I was doing a bit of research and came across Dolce on Broadway on the way down to the waterfront. There was one thing on the menu that particularly caught my eye – gluten-free buckwheat crêpes…

28 March 2013

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 March 28, 2013
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Gluten Free in the Hudson Valley

*+-There was a great article that I came across from Newsday on gluten-free bakeries and restaurants in the Hudson Valley though they have an interesting view on where the Hudson Valley actually is.

2 October 2012

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 October 2, 2012
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Swiss Riviera GF Travel Guide, Part I, The Flights

*+-My annual trip to Montreux and Geneva, while always wonderful, someone exceeded all of my expectations this trip. Perhaps it was because we mixed it up a bit this time trying a new airline on this particular route; tried a new hotel in Geneva; and visited some new locales on this trip. As always, the focus was on traveling gluten-free from a luxury p.o.v…

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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Seasonal

*+-The next locale in my QNYGF series is Seäsonal, an Austrian-inspired restaurant that just happens to be the proud recipient of a Michelin star.  I am always on the lookout for different dining experiences in the City and there never seems to be a shortage of options.  On this occasion…