A celiac disease diagnosis can make you feel a wide range of emotions. I was happy I didn’t have cancer or Crohn’s (two suspected diseases!), but I grew up on a diet of pasta, pasta, and more pasta (Italian American through and through). The thing I worried about the most wasn’t having to replace my … More Celiac Stories: Little things that make all the difference!
After a long day in Newcastle hiking up a castle (?!?!), we were starving for dinner. The streets of Newcastle were lined with Christmas lights so we took our time walking along the main streets to find dinner. I had a list of places that were coeliac accredited and I stopped by each one before … More Review of Gluten Free at Carluccio’s, Newcastle, UK
I had such a wonderful UK trip a few months back and I was told to check out Dishoom. Dishoom has several locations around London & the UK, but we visited the Kings Cross Station location. Dishoom is a Bombay cafe, featuring Indian fusion. I definitely recommend reservations as the locations are very popular and the wait … More Review of Gluten Free at Dishoom, London, UK
The whole reason we went to the UK in the first place was because my husband, Ryan, was visiting his favorite chocolate factory, The Chocolate Smiths. The owner is incredible and allowed us to tour the facility. Sadly none of the chocolates are celiac safe, but my husband (a non-celiac) is obsessed–if you or a … More Review of Gluten Free at Monsieur Crepe Cafe, Newcastle, UK
One of my go-to restaurants for pasta and delicious Italian cuisine in Philadelphia is Bocconcini. Right in the heart of Philly, Bocconcini is a small sit down restaurant with an expansive gluten free menu and wonderful celiac knowledge. Whenever I visit home, I meet up with one of my best friends here because it’s one … More Review of gluten free at Bocconcini–Philadelphia, PA