A celiac friendly review of this gluten free and vegan juicery in Boston that features smoothies and açaí bowls. Perfect stop on a sunny day in the city! Continue reading Gluten Free at Thirst Juice Co. in Boston
We had heard lots of good things about 110 Grill from another celiac family for a few years before it came to Wayland, so when it arrived I was excited, and of course I went immediately. Actually, somehow, it took me 2 years to go. And after eating there, I have no idea why it took me so long. The waitstaff and manager was impeccable. For … Continue reading Gluten Free at 110 Grill (Wayland, MA)
There are so many juice shops popping up, but here are a couple of my favorites in the Boston area. Plus, they’re celiac friendly! Continue reading Juice Shops in Boston! (Dedicated Gluten Free)
A New Leaf is a shop featuring many gluten free products that are hard to find elsewhere in Needham, MA. Learn more about it in this in depth review! Continue reading A Celiac Review of A New Leaf (Needham, MA)
Local New England Flavors and an allergen fryer come together at the Local in Wayland. You won’t want to miss this review featuring some of their gluten and dairy free options! Continue reading A Celiac Review of the Local in Wayland, MA
Road tripping is actually my FAVORITE way to travel with celiac disease. I don’t need to worry about airports, arriving at locations that cannot accommodate my dietary requests, or any of that hustle and bustle. Instead, when I road trip the control is in my hands. And, hopefully, I don’t get a flat tire. Here are a few of my favorite “Rules of the Road.” … Continue reading How to Road Trip with Celiac Disease
A couple weekends back I attended a talk entitled “Naturally Healing Foods” at the New England Celiac Conference. I must admit, that I avoid all my allergens and gluten, but the idea of “healing foods” is still foreign to me. While I’m open to new ideas, it’s not really my “thing.” However, the demonstration could not have been better! The focus wasn’t on which herbs to … Continue reading Boston Bound? Head to Elephant Walk!
Update: This restaurant is now closed. If you have a nut allergy, secondary to Ming Tsai’s close connection with food allergies, I recommend you look up his current endeavors to see if they could benefit you as well. Ming Tsai is an all-star. He’s a national spokesperson for FARE (Food Allergy Research and Eduction), made an Allergy Awareness video for Massachusetts restaurants, raised a son with … Continue reading What If Every Chef was Like Ming Tsai?
Welcome to Twist Bakery and Cafe– a magical place for celiacs and those with peanut allergies alike! The entire cafe is free of gluten and peanuts, so cross contamination is never a concern. Also, winner of GFreek’s Local Boston Restaurant Award this year. So, despite being a thirty minute drive, I decided to head out to Millis for one of the most peaceful dining experiences … Continue reading No Cross-Contamination Ever! – A Review of Twist (Millis, MA)
“Do you enjoy being Irish?” “Seriously?” “I’m always serious – I’m Czech. Are you enjoying your life right now?” “Sorry, what?!…” – Girl and Guy This was just the beginning of my laughter for the afternoon as I saw Once (the musical) at the Boston Opera House. The quips guy and girl made at one another alongside the lively music kept me smiling for two … Continue reading The Regal Treatment- Review of Legal Seafoods