Thursday, December 9, 2010

A Gluten-Free Holiday Party

I belong and am on the board of a  women's business group called the Azalea Coast Executive Network. Usually we meet once a month at Bluewater Grill. The menus are set and we have a choice of three items to order from. Although Bluewater does not have a gluten-free menu, the events coordinator was more than happy to sit down with me put together a few gluten-free options for the gluten-free gals in the group and boy are they tasty. (I hope to put together an entire gf menu for them but so far they don't seem too interested.)

For our holiday party, however, we wanted to do something new and special. The Vice President of the group was thoughtful in her planning and chose Carrabba's, a restaurant with a gluten-free menu. Now, I've never been a huge fan of Carrabba's, mostly because they're gluten-free options require ordering everything without seasoning, grill bastes, pastas and dressings (they do have gf dressings, but most are not dairy free). I find that ordering things sans gluten is not quite as exciting as ordering a regular dish that has been made gf with a brown rice pasta or gf marinade, but alas I did not complain. It didn't help that the last time I was there, the staff had no idea what I was talking about when I asked for a gluten-free menu. It also didn't help that when I'd finally decided on a very bland looking entree and a gluten-free beer they didn't have either available. Seriously?  But back to the night of the party......

I ordered the grilled salmon (no grill baste) with the sauteed spinach. It.....was....amazing. The fish was grilled to perfection, not something you can usually say when dining out at a chain restaurant. And the service was superior. Both of my young (and easy on the eyes) waiters were well informed and educated on all things gluten (and dairy) free, one even apologized to me when he brought bread to offer the table (my table mates declined, how sweet). Another thing I liked about the gluten-free menu there was their inclusion of cocktails and desserts. I had a white sangria that was both delicious and potent.

So what are we to learn from all of this? Always give people, places and restaurants a second chance....and the waiters at Carrabba's are adorable.

Until we eat again....

Eat at Carrabba's, Drink at Carrabba's and Be Gluten-Free

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Friday, November 12, 2010

Who Stole the Gluten-Free Cookie from the Cookie Jar?

I know. This post has been a long time comin'. But I was doing a review on cookies! And unless I wanted to destroy all the hard work my personal trainer has me do on a weekly basis, I had to take this task slow.  In all honesty, I'm not even that big on cookies. I'd much rather have a brownie, some cheesecake or an ice cream sundae. But, after receiving  a ton of gluten-free cookie samples at my local Gluten-Free Friends meeting and a few packages for my birthday, I decided to delve into it.

Snickerdoodles by Enjoy Life

I can't say I've ever had even a regular snickerdoodle so this one was hard  to judge. Free of the 8 common allergens, this cookies was not only moist, rich and flavorful.....it was amazing. And did I mention free of the 8 common allergens? NO: wheat, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish or shellfish. How'd they even make this cookie?! I don't know if it tasted like a real snickerdoodle or not, but I was impressed.



Coconut -Lemon Macaroons by Liz Lovely



Gluten and dairy free, baked with fair trade organic ingredients, Liz Lovley's coconut-lemon macaroon cookies pack an interesting punch.  They are so rich (they came in a package of two and I couldn't even finish one), coconutty (yes I know that's not a word) and doughy it almost tastes as if they weren't even baked....yet they're strangely addictive and tasty. I can't describe it any better than that. You're just going to have to try them.




Nana's Cookies



Nana's Gluten-Free Cookie Bars and Cookies come in delectable flavors like Berry Vanilla, Nana Banana, Chocolate Munch, Ginger and Lemon. What I do like about Nana's: the variety and goodness of the flavors, they're moist. What I don't like:  they crumble and fall apart like many gluten-free cookies do, they're very cakey like many gluten-free cookies are.






Mary's Gone Crackers Love Cookies



Hard crunchy gluten-free cookies like Chip's Ahoy?! Is it really possible? Mary's Gone Crackers does cookies RIGHT! The chocolate chip cookies could use a few more chocolate chips, but the ginger snaps were soooo super snappy! And the flavor profile of both was excellent.





Purely Elizabeth

Certified Vegan. Free of gluten, dairy and refined sugars. Made with organic, alternative, nutrient rich flours and sweetened with organic coconut palm sugar.  Purely Elizabeth was developed by a holistic nutrition counselor with a love of baked goods. Loaded with health benefits and free of all the bad stuff, Purely Elizabeth is a gluten-free cookie bakers dream. You only have to add three ingredients to the mix!    When I tried the chocolate chip cookies, I had not baked them myself. I could tell the flavor had potential, but all I could taste was baking soda with every crumbly bite. As baking soda is not one of the three ingredients the baker at home has to add, I found myself wondering was it the baker's fault or the mix? With so many healthy ingredients and so little everything else, I think I'll give Purely Elizabeth another try the next time I have a cookie craving. This time I'll bake them myself.


Gluten-free wannabe Oreos

Kinnikinnick K-Toos Chocolate Vanilla Sandwich Cookies - just okay.

Mi-Del Chocolate Sandwich Cookies - almost broke my teeth when I bit into one, they were so hard.

Glutino Chocolate Vanilla Creme Cookies - delicious and dunks well, the closest I've gotten, but still no Oreo.


Now, the terrible wannabe Oreo cookie that Mi-Del put out really surprised me. Mi-Del's chocolate chip cookie was my very first gluten-free cookie experience and I remember very clearly how surprised I was that 1.) my (at that time) boyfriend's sister had been thoughtful enough to bring gluten-free cookies, and only gluten-free cookies, on our ski trip 2.) they tasted like a real chocolate chip cookie and 3.) they were delicious! In fact, Mi-Del's chocolate chip cookies remain a favorite of mine to this day. I also love their ginger snap cookies, although they're not quite as snappy as Mary's Gone Crackers' version.


So how many of you are craving cookies right now? Hold your horses because I've saved the best for last.  And the runner up is.......


Glenny's Oatmeal Raisin and Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies - Not only gluten-free, but also dairy free, the oatmeal raisin cookies (not normally my favorite cookie flavor) were to die for. Soft chewy texture and lots of spice, I thought these were better than the glutenous version my mom (sorry Mom) made when I was a kid.  The  AWESOME Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies (my all time favorite cookie flavor) were better than Pillsbury (sorry doughboy).



And finally, the hands down winner, cookie of all gluten-free cookies, a cookie that I don't even normally like in it's regular form....drum roll please.......

Shabatai Gourmet's Black & White Cookie - Produced in a gluten-free bakery that specializes in gluten-free, lactose free, soy free, cassein free, peanut and dairy free cookies and cakes, these phenomenal Black & White Cookies take the Cookie (get it? instead of take the cake?....nevermind) I don't know how to describe them other than perfectly amazing. I couldn't stop eating them. This company also makes a Florentine Lace Cookie (I love lace cookies!) but I have not gotten to try them yet. I will be ordering them promptly.

Hope this helps your sweet tooth the next time you're in the mood for a cookie, which is probably now considering all the tastiness I've just told you about.  Until next time.....

Eat (and dunk) cookies, Drink your (soy, almond, rice, etc.) milk and Be Gluten-Free

Monday, September 27, 2010

Hittin' the bars of Bora Bora

I must say I feel a bit guilty. Right now you're thinking "Wow! There are gluten-free bars in Bora Bora?!" Well no. Or rather I don't know, I've never been. What I have experienced are the Bora Bora fruit and nut bars and as usual I am addicted. The gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO, no refined sugar, vegan, kosher and organic nutrition bars are divided into three categories: antioxidant, superfood and energy. May I recommend the Exotic Coconut Almond, Wild Pomegranate Pecan, and Paradise Walnut Pistachio as the first of ten flavors to try? I first tried one that I found at a boat dealership in New Jersey. Seriously. A gluten-free organic nutrition bar being sold at a boat dealership. How cool is that? Imagine how excited I was to find them at the Harris Teeter when I got home!  WooHoo! However, the Harris Teeter is missing some important flavors (Volcanic Chocolate Banana and Tiki Blueberry Flax for starters) and I'm going to have to talk them into getting them.

Being gluten-free can be hard when you're on the road, running errands or out and about late night. Nutrition, protein and snack bars make great car, and even bar (the go hang out and have a few cocktails kind) food and I like to have them on hand always.  Larabar is another favorite of mine. With umpteen flavors, it's hard to get sick of them and they always offer a healthy, raw, gluten and dairy free snack.  May I recommend Coconut Cream Pie (seems like I push a lot of coconut things on you guys doesn't it?), Cashew Cookie, Peanut Butter Cookie, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (unbelievable how much it tastes like it), Peanut Butter and Jelly (who needs a sandwich with all those extra carbs?) and Key Lime Pie. I encourage you NOT to get Tropical Tart (recently tried and the only flavor I would never buy again). I desperately want to try Carrot Cake but I haven't seen it at the store recently.


Natural, healthy, organic, kosher and gluten-free Pure bars are a more recent discovery for me. The Wild Blueberry is reminiscent of a blueberry Pop Tart and I LOVED blueberry Pop Tarts. I cannot get enough of this delicious, though a bit pricier, bar and I must admit......I haven't tried any of their other flavors because I'm pretty sure it will not compare. Blueberry is my all time favorite fruit and Pure bar nailed it on the head.

A newer addition to the Shaklee catalog this year is the gluten-free, dairy-free Chewy Apple Cinnamon Fiber bar. With a whopping 8 grams of fiber, at only 120 calories and 1.5 grams of fiber, this bar packs a filling punch.  And let's face it, we're all lacking in the fiber intake department.  Order from a local Shaklee distributor, online or if you're in the Wilmington, NC area through KB Organic Skin Care (a shameless plug for my other business I know, but why not?)

Bars. Leave 'em in your car, pack 'em in your purse, or stick 'em in your desk at work and save yourself the stress of the drive-through, the convenience store or the temptation of the late night pizza joint after a night of inhibition reducing drinking. You'll be happy you did.



Until we eat again,

Eat bars, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Gluten-Free in New Jersey?

New Jersey. In the land of Wawas, where bakeries and delis rule, it is extremely difficult to be gluten-free. Thanks mom and dad for moving there. I knew my trip to the Jersey shore would be Snookie and The Situation free, but could it be gluten-free? As it turns out, yes, but temptation free, definitely not. My destination was Wildwood, New Jersey. My family's condo sits two blocks from the boardwalk filled with pizza and hoagies, ice cream and candy, deep fried Oreos and funnel cakes.......and you can smell it from a block away. So what's a gluten-free gal to do?



The first night we grilled out before heading to the adventuresome rides on the boardwalk. After a couple coasters and the big slide we stopped for a gluten-free, dairy-free boardwalk treat: TLC's Polish Water Ice. Hands down the best water ice ever. My favorite flavor is mango and despite the fact that I've tried all the other flavors I still get mango water ice every single time. Next stop (I'm about to get gluttonous here) Laura's Fudge. For the greatest fudge in the world since 1926, even better than Mackinac Island's in Michigan, you must go to Laura's. Gluten-free (but not dairy-free, I'm such a cheater) coconut vanilla fudge is worth the extra pound or two you may gain eating it. (On a side note, why is there so much delicious junk food at a place where you have to bare all in a bikini on the beach during the day? Why God, why?!!)



The next day we headed over to Villas, NJ and stopped at Mel's Diner for breakfast. The first thing I noticed when I walked in, besides the leopard print carpet, was Mel (a life size stuffed gorilla) sitting at the bar. I wonder if they move him when it gets really crowded? Pictures of movie stars adorned the walls and one sassy, but cute, waitress bustled around the tables. I started with a cup of joe and proceeded to look over the menu. Stuffed french toast, pumpkin pancakes....ohhhh the temptation, but I ordered two eggs over medium with home fries (super good), a side of pork roll and a glass of ruby red grapefruit juice. All gluten-free, yay!



For dinner that night, also in the Villas, we headed over to Jake's Bar & Grill. The first thing that caught my eye on the menu was their crab stuffed flounder. Every time I see that listed on the menu I want it, but inevitably it is never just fresh lump crab meat that's stuffed into the fish of choice. It's always the same mixture they use to make crab cakes, bread crumbs and all, put into it.......Until now. I asked the waiter, who asked another waiter, who got the chef, and glory hallelujah it was GLUTEN-FREE!! Just sweet, delicious, fresh Maryland blue crab meat (and nothing else) stuffed into a huge piece of flounder and broiled!! And man was it good.  Later for dessert?.......another piece of Laura's fudge.



For our last night at the Jersey shore we grilled out yet again with some primo cuts of filet from Blitz's market, some sauteed broccoli and baby red bliss potatoes.  Then we hit the boardwalk for our last hurrah and stopped at yet another decadent candy shop for the best salt water taffy and molasses paddles in the world. Yes, Wildwood, NJ knows how to do candy right. Again gluten-free but not dairy-free, Douglass Candies' salt water taffy (I love vanilla) and molasses paddles (soft, chewy real molasses caramel drenched in dark chocolate) are to die for.



Alas it was time to return home, still gluten-free but slightly pudgier, and get back to reality and a healthier diet.

Until we eat again,

Eat a bunch of candy, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Coconut What?

Seeing as how I have the misfortune of not only be gluten intolerant but also dairy intolerant, I often use coconut milk as a substitute for cream when I am cooking.  And if you read I Scream, You Scream, you know that I like coconut milk ice cream quite a bit. But coconut water? What? I'd seen it at my local co-op but I'd never really heard anything about it until my former trainer Dillon Martin of dmfitness (from my hometown of Vegas) had posted an update about enjoying the Benefits of Coconut Water.  Forget Vitamin Water! Naturally gluten and dairy-free coconut water is nature's own sports and energy drink! It is full of electrolytes, vitamin c, calcium, magnesium and more potassium than a banana! So I decided to try it, and that.....was a mistake. I AM HOOKED. I make special trips just to get one bottle. Often I have to hit more than one store because they are sold out. I can't even barely afford my new coconut water habit, it is that good.  Now obviously, if you are not a coconut person in the first place, this will not be for you. But I most definitely am. Not only is it delicious but it is completely refreshing, rehydrating and gives me energy after yoga or one of my training sessions.


Now of course I have tried them all (or altleast all the ones available in my area) and I have my favorites, but first things first: DO NOT BUY FLAVORED COCONUT WATER. Not only was it disgustingly sweet, thick and syrupy but it had added sugar on top of the extra sugar content the fruit had! Okay, I've gotten that out of my system. Now for the reviews.


O.N.E. -Just okay and I don't really like the packaging. I found the box awkward and it wouldn't fit in my car's cupholders (it is the little things you know?)


Taste Nirvana - I drink the plain (without pulp) coconut water and it's delicious. Although I like the glass bottle packaging, the serving (a mere 9.5 ounces) is not enough to quench my thirst.


Zico - Fresh, coco-nutty (I know it's not a word) and whopping 14 ounces. The only thing I don't like is where as all the other coconut water ingredient labels read 100% coconut water, Zico's label reads: 100% coconut water from concentrate, natural flavors. Why from concentrate and what natural flavors? I'd like to know.


Nature Factor Organic Coconut Water- The clear winner, not only is it the tastiest but it's the only organic option. And even though it's only .5 more ounces than Taste Nirvana's, it seems far more satisfying. (I could not find a website for Nature Factor so here is a link to Amazon with some information on it.)


And now I'm wishing I had some in the refrigerator. So head to your local grocery store (if you live in Wilmington Harris Teeter, Lovey's and Tidal Creek all carry it) and try some all natural non-allergenic coconut water and tell me what you think!


Helping you stay nutritiously hydrated,


Eat, Drink coconut water and Be Gluten-Free

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

I Scream, You Scream

We all scream for ice cream!   If you are as unfortunate in the food allergy department as I am, then you are also dairy intolerant.  This poses a problem for all of us ice cream lovers out there, especially when you crave a pint at 1:00 in the morning.  If you live in Jersey this is not a problem for you.  Wawa (a quick stop like 7-Eleven, Circle K and Scotchman) carries Double Rainbow soy ice cream in not one, not two, but three fabulous dairy free options:  Very Cherry Chip, Cinnamon Caramel and Mint Chocolate Chip. All are obnoxiously rich and delicious. The Very Cherry Chip flavor tastes like Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia, the Cinnamon Caramel flavor like a Cinnabon (oh how I miss Cinnabon) and the Mint Chocolate Chip is made with pure peppermint oil.  However, they are made on shared equipment and not guaranteed gluten-free.  I've never gotten sick from them but I am not a full fledged Celiac.  I have gluten-intolerance only.

For the rest of us there are some fantastic choices that have had the pleasure of melting on my tongue recently.

In fourth place:  Purely Decadent gluten-free, dairy-free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Coconut Milk ice cream.  That's right.  I said COOKIE DOUGH.  Did any of you ever think you'd eat that ice cream flavor again?  The ice cream itself is not the best I've ever had but it's filled with so many chunks of gluten-free chocolate chip cookie dough, who really cares?

In third place:  Luna and Larry's Coconut Bliss gluten-free, dairy-free Mint Chocolate Chip Coconut Milk ice cream.  Real mint, pure agave instead of sugar, and chocolate.  Light and fresh.  Mint chocolate chip is one of my all time favorite flavors and this one is a winner.

In second place: So Delicious Coconut Almond Minis. Dairy, soy and gluten-free, agave sweetened. Chocolate and almond covered coconut milk ice cream popsicles.  Reminds me of both the almond Klondike bar and what I would imagine a frozen version of the Mallow Cup to taste like.  So Delicious indeed. If it was a character in Grease, it would be Grease Lightening.

And in first place (drum roll please): Rice Divine Carrot Cake gluten-free, dairy free ice cream.  It sounds weird, but it's the best flavor for ice cream since pumpkin in my opinion and Rice Divine has nailed it.  Creamy, delicious and filled with gluten-free carrot cake pieces, what more could a Celiac ask for?  Other delicious Rice Divine flavors include a classic Very Vanilla, the decadent Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge, and Mudd Pie (Blend it with a little soy milk and it tastes like a Jamocha shake from Arby's!)

Try one of these tasty choices and tell me what you think.  Or even better, what kind of ice cream do you scream about?

Givin' ya the scoop,

Eat ice cream, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The Muffin Man

Last week I won a contest. WooHoo! I can't believe it.  Last week Mister Belly, another fabulous gluten-free blog, held a contest to win Udi's gluten-free lemon streusel muffins and I was the lucky duck. Mister Belly promptly sent them via two day air and they were on my doorstep. Now I hate to say it but.....I'm not that much of a lemon baked goods fan.  I like lemons, lemon pepper chicken, lemon drop martinis and lemon meringue pies (which might count as a baked good, but I'm not sure). I don't like lemon cookies, cakes, squares, muffins.....usually.

I am optimistic by nature, however, and was very much looking forward to a warm lemon streusel muffin with my morning coffee the next day.  I opened the package and took out a muffin.....(feels like a muffin)....put it in the toaster oven and waited impatiently.  Then I took a bite.......OH....MY.....GOODNESS!  Lemon...heaven....in my mouth.  Go to the store and get these now!  Even if you're a lemon hater, you will be singing a different show tune.  If the lemon is this good, then imagine how brilliant my favorite flavors will be. OK, writing about this has made me hungry again.  I'm off for another muffin.

Bon Apetit,

Eat Udi's lemon streusel muffins, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread

I've been gluten-free for nearly seven years now and have tried A LOT of gluten-free bread.  Many brands were good for toast and sandwiches but a very heavy, dense toast or sandwich.  Then there's the whole crumbly, fall apart factor that comes with many gluten-free breads and the fact that you have to toast them for them to be worth anything.  Although you still have have to toast it, Ener-G's Light Tapioca Bread is by far the lightest and best sandwich appropriate bread....found here in Wilmington.  It's not frozen or refrigerated.  You can find it at Lovey's Market and it comes in varieties such as dinner rolls, hamburger buns and hot dog buns.   Now lately I've been hearing rave reviews for Udi's Gluten-Free bread which you can buy online.  However, Lovey's does carry a few Udi's products, so with a few requests I think we can get them to order some of the breads. I've also heard good things about the new Nature's Own gluten-free bread being test marketed in Atlanta's major grocery stores right in the regular bread section!  It's amazing how far gluten-free has come....maybe my Special K will be available someday......

What's your favorite gluten-free sandwich bread?

Till my next rambling,

Eat, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Monday, June 14, 2010

Special K

When people find out they have gluten intolerance a whole slew of things runs through their heads. No pizza, no bread, no cupcakes or brownies, etcetera, etcetera and so forth. My first thought: "No more Vanilla Almond Special K??!!" I'd already been on a health kick for years, having been overweight when I was younger, so pizza, pasta and baked goods were not even a part of my diet. But my Special K...I loved my Special K. I started my day right every morning with that cereal and was hard pressed to find it's gluten-free equivalent. That was seven years ago and believe it or not, I still thought about my loss regularly. Then something magical happened. Nature's Path came out with a new cereal....Organic Crunchy Vanilla Sunrise (cue the choir)!!! I quickly purchased a box and took it home, got a bowl, poured the cereal, added almond milk and OMG!.....it's better than Vanilla Almond Special K!!!! It's a miracle, thank you Jesus! I love you Nature's Path!

Needless to say I highly recommend the stuff. Get it now.

Till we eat again,

Eat, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Fast Food

Needing to eat quick, fast and in a hurry or on-the-go is one of the biggest challenges when living a gluten-free lifestyle. One of my most favorite on-the-go meals is a smoothie, especially in the summer time. I always keep frozen fruit in my freezer and even purposely buy old bananas that I can break into little pieces and freeze myself. If you have frozen fruit on hand, you don't need to water down your smoothie with ice. You can just pick some fruit, add juice, milk or water, protein powder (atleast 10 grams of protein in every meal or snack is what nutritionists recommend) and blend! Voila! A smoothie in about 3 minutes. Put it in a to go cup and you're on your merry way.

If you're not much of a smoothie maker or already out and about, stop by one of the many specialty smoothie shops. Their employees are usually very knowledgeable and they offer many different types of protein powders with gluten-free and dairy-free options. Not only will a smoothie fill you up and give you a couple of your daily fruit servings but let's face it, they are delicious.

Try my latest favorite smoothie recipe:

1 frozen banana
1 tablespoon natural peanut butter
2 tablespoons ground flax seed
2 scoops vanilla protein powder ( I use Shaklee Cinch Soy Vanilla Protein Powder)
1 cup of water

Throw all ingredients into the blender and blend!

Till next time,

Eat, Drink (Smoothies) and Be Gluten-Free

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Gluten-Free Friends

Getting ready for the Gluten-Free Friends support group at Lovey's Market & Cafe. The GFF meet once a month and offer gluten-free support, stories, samples of fabulous gluten-free products, and time to share our experiences, reviews and recomendations. It is a wonderful group that not so long ago, did not exist at all. After several failed attempts at putting a gluten-free support group together, the Gluten-Free Friends is finally in full swing and hopefully here to stay.

Is there a gluten-free support group in your area?

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Monday, May 24, 2010

Gluten-Free Pizza

After a multitude of disappointing frozen gluten-free pizzas, I am in love. Never before frozen Ener-G Foods rice pizza shells, are reminiscent of Totino's pizza. Just brush with a little olive oil, top with whatever your stomach may desire and bake for about 20 minutes. Fast, easy and delicious.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

On Today's Menu

I am put to the task of making onion rings. The batter calls for buttermilk (I don't do dairy) and of course flour, fresh parsley and thyme, and a little salt. So I chopped up the parsley and thyme (measurements to my liking) and added them to a cup and a half of almond milk. Coating the onions in the batter, I then dredge them through a mixture of white rice flour (because it fries so crispily, if that's even a word) and all-purpose gluten-free flour, with a dash of salt. Deep fry in canola oil for 3-5 minutes and Voila! Super tasty, crispy, gluten-free onion rings. Enjoy with a pint of Woodchuck Summer Cider (naturally gluten-free). Just thought I'd share that.

Until I post again......

Eat, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

Friday, May 21, 2010

Patience

Working on my blog development and branding. I'm so anxious to have it all done right now. I'm ready to go right out and start making every restaurant in the world gluten-free friendly! Patience is a virtue I do not possess and there are still so many things to do to get this business up and running. I welcome comments and/or advice from all my gluten-free readers & wheat-ers (wheat eaters) alike.

Until my next post.....

Eat, Drink and Be Gluten-Free