Time for another quick update of what GFM has been up to.  In case you missed it, you will not want to miss the fifth episode in my Quintessentially Gluten Free New York (QGFNY) series.  This episode finds me dining high above Manhattan at the Mandarin Oriental’s Asiate restaurant.  While you are checking this out, don’t miss the previous episodes featuring some of the most unique dining experiences in the City. 

Oh, and if you are looking for gluten -free or -friendly restaurants you can find them in the Dining section as well.

GFM will be hitting the road again this week with my travels taking me south to the North Carolina coast.  I am looking to sample some of my reader’s favorite places to dine while I am down there gluten-free or otherwise.  So, if you are familiar with the coast from Wilmington to New Bern and know of a place I should check out, please contact me and let me know.  I am really looking for places you frequent that can at least adapt to dietary restrictions…and remember if it is seafood exclusive it is a no-go for me.  See, you knew there had to be at least one condition.

Finally, if you haven’t checked out my Resources and Links section lately, please do.  I have added some new GF blogs that are definitely worth a read.  If you have a blog that is not listed, just use the blog submission form and I would be happy to add it.  All I ask for is a reciprocal link on your blog.  I am always amazed at the great quality and wide-range of topics and interests that my fellow Celiacs cover in their blogs.  I always learn something new and what better resources than ourselves to help guide us as we continue our journey to gluten-free fabulousness.

So there you have it in a nutshell.  Be sure to check out my real-time Tweets and Facebook updates as I make my way down the Eastern seaboard as I am certain it will be a interesting journey – particularly given the amount of snow that is supposed to transpire over the next two days.  It should be a very interesting journey indeed.

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