Finely chopped with a classic french dressing, this salad will have your mouth watering. Plus, learn how to prepare it in a jar as a to-go meal! Continue reading My Favorite Cobb Salad To Go! (GF, DF)
New Zealand is known for it’s strict food labeling laws, but it can still be difficult to find coeliac friendly restaurants. Fortunately, The Lime Room is 100% gluten free with delicious food and in a beautiful coastal town. Continue reading The Lime Room- 100% Gluten Free in New Zealand
I love summertime. From my travels between hemispheres, I’m managing to enjoy three summers in a row. Needless to say, this upcoming winter is going to feel extra cold. Now, it’s not summertime without a good barbecue! When I’m traveling it’s hard for me to cook on the available grills because of cross contact with gluten or my other allergens. However, there are plenty of solutions from … Continue reading 3 Gluten Free Dishes for the Grill this Summer
The best part about traveling is trying local cuisine. As a celiac with food allergies, I find it easy to travel by cooking my own meals, but eating local food rarely happens. However, when in New Zealand, you’ve got to try fish and chips. And, that’s why I was so lucky to find the Ancient Mariner in Auckland, where everything is “Kiwi as Fish-n-Chips!” Now, … Continue reading Gluten Free Fish & Chips in Auckland!
After another trip away, I’m officially back home again. And, here to stay for a little while. So far the sun’s been shining and I haven’t been too cold as I adjust from the Australian (and Floridian) heat. But, the best bit about being home is my mom’s cooking. While there’s a long list of new recipes to try out, we began with this Mojo … Continue reading Mojo Grilled Chicken Breasts
The Outback. It’s a mysterious place that gives you a full “Australian experience” according to many backpackers. But, unless you really and truly feel comfortable driving 4WD and fixing up a car off road it can be difficult to reach as a celiac, especially if you have additional dietary requirements. Once you determine that you don’t have enough time to drive yourself through the middle of … Continue reading Gluten Free in Ayers Rock
I’m back home! And, for real this time. I headed straight to Universal Studios in Florida after my last trip home for an early summer vacation with my sister before surge pricing began this week. (That’s one of the good parts about college, you can just barely beat the rush to summer vacation spots.) However with the real summer just around the corner, we certainly need … Continue reading 3 Dairy Free Treats to Help You Cool Off This Summer!
100% gluten free and located all around Australia! Learn more in my review of the Paleo Cafe, focusing specifically on the Cairns. Continue reading Paleo Cafe (100% Gluten Free Chain in Australia)
You guys, I’m home! While I loved Australia, New Zealand, California, and Maryland, there’s nothing like the feeling of your own bed. And, in my case flannel sheets. (Seriously, if you’ve never tried them, I highly recommend them for winter.) BUT, even better than my own bed (because to be honest I miss having hostel mates from around the world) is my mom’s cooking. And, … Continue reading Chocolate Coated Cookie Dough (GF, V)
I’m back in America! And, slowly making my way home. (I just left Yosemite today.) So there will be more recipes are coming your way soon as I re-enter the kitchen. And, I’m looking forward to baking some desserts. To kick things off here are three ideas to allow your celiac kids decorate their own desserts! (Side Note: I’m co-hosting Fiesta Friday with the lovely Laurena @LifeDietHealth. Details below!) … Continue reading 3 Kid-Friendly Gluten Free Desserts